We partner only with legitimate conservation organisations that are focused on reintroducing animals into the wild. Each organisation is vetted before being submitted to the platform and should have a track record of conservation success.
Rhinos Without Borders was formed in order to start moving these endangered animals away from the poaching hotspots to a safer environment.
The number of rhino being brutally slaughtered continues to escalate at an alarming rate with 1 215 killed in 2014 alone. andBeyond therefore joined forces with like-minded conservation company, Great Plains Conservation, and together have committed to moving 100 rhino to safety.
Botswana has been carefully selected for its extremely low poaching rates, thanks in part to its “no tolerance” policy when encountering potential threats. Each rhino, when translocated, will be fitted with specially design telemetry devices for ongoing research and monitoring purposes.
Rhino Revolution was started by the concerned citizens of Hoedspruit, including respected rhino conservationists and private nature reserve owners, who came together to try and reduce the escalating poaching crisis in this critically important rhino conservation area. What started as a community based action group, under the auspices of founder Trevor Jordan, is now an internationally recognised NPO with an office in Dubai and proudly supporting rhino conservation through rigorous anti-poaching activities, conservation awareness programmes and now the provision of a world class rhino orphanage and with a branch in the USA, Australia and the UAE and shortly opening in the UK too.
The Saving Private Rhino initiative relies on a cohesive strategy incorporating an intensive real-time communications campaign to raise awareness and build support both locally and globally.
The Saving Private Rhino initiative has been established to ensure the future conservation of Africa’s rhino and wildlife heritage, by providing the most comprehensive integrated anti-poaching solution free to every private game reserve in Africa that cannot afford to defend its wildlife.
The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) is living proof that people can make a difference to the long-term survival of the planet and its animal inhabitants.
HESC focuses on the conservation of rare, vulnerable and endangered animal species. Cheetah Conservation is one of its core disciplines.
The centre is actively involved in research; breeding of endangered animal species; the education of learners, students and the general public in conservation and conservation-related activities; tourism; the release and establishment of captive-bred cheetahs in the wild; the treatment and rehabilitation of wild animals in need (including poached rhinos); and anti-poaching initiatives on the reserve.
"Technology meets Fundraising meets Conservation! Thanks to Sandor Weyers for agreeing to work with Rhinos Without Borders on this innovative app" - Hilton Walker (Great Plains Foundation)