Rhino Alliance is a group of independent rhino conservation NGO's who have joined forces to share resources, best practices and most importantly work together where possible.
It may sound like a cliche, but the sum of the parts really is far stronger than the individual pieces.
Recent years have seen a number of rhino organisations form, all of which aim to help rhino conservation in the face of a serious poaching epidemic.
The goal of Rhino Alliance is bringing together organisations to:
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Helping Rhinos is a UK based registered charity (registered charity number 1155309).
The Helping Rhinos Mission is to 'Create awareness of the issues threatening the global rhino population and to raise funds to help protect them for future generations'
RhiNOremedy is a UK based NGO which focuses mainly on addressing the demand for rhino horn.
RhiNOremedy is a small charity (HMRC ref: XT37329), which with the help of its supporters aims to grow and ultimately help to save a species threatened with extinction due to the illegal wildlife trade.
WildAct are a new conservation NGO based in Vietnam. Their work focusses on raising awareness among Vietnamese people of key conservation issues.
WildAct also provide information and education programmes for Vietnamese children.
Reserve Protection Agency is a South African based registered non-profit organisation, but have plans to help wildlife across Africa, and ultimately across the world.
RPA links cutting-edge technology with experts from all fields to protect global biodiversity.
Fight For Rhinos mission is to save rhinos from extinction by creating awareness and providing support for rhino conservation projects.
FFR are an officially registered 501 non-profit Organisation in the United States.
Their motto is “Endelea Kupigana”, Swahili for Keep Fighting! Through perseverance and work, we CAN make a difference!
The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organisation is a not for profit, non-partizan, issue oriented organisation. Their members come from all walks of life and share a common cause - to reverse the dwindling spiral of life on Earth and create a healthy habitable Planet on which all life flourishes and prospers.
The Earth and practically all major life forms on it are currently in danger, as ecosystems become degraded and extinctions continue to escalate at an alarming rate.
Thandi's Endagered Species Associtaion (TESA) was set up by Angie Goody after she returned from a volunteering trip to Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa in 2012.
During this time, Angie witnessed the aftermath of the brutal poaching of Thandi and was compelled to do something to help her and the many other anmials sufferling like Thandi. Angie can often still be found at Kariega helping to protect the rhinos.
Saving the Survivors was specifically started in 2012 to care and look after rhino that has fallen victim to poaching or traumatic incidents. This includes rhinos that have been wounded, rhinos where the horn has been hacked off, and victims of snaring and traumatic incidents. Rhino survivors are estimated at between 80 and 120 animals per year that will benefit from this project. This number will increase as the amount of poached rhinos increase.
Working For Wildlife aims to ensure a future for all wildlife whilst retaining the ecological integrity of wild habitats by raising awareness, changing public perceptions, promoting conservation projects, fundraising, educating and petitioning for change.
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.
Founded by Ray Dearlove, the ultimate goal of The Australian Rhino Project is to ensure the survival of these majestic species by making a significant contribution to ex situ conservation breeding efforts in order to ensure species survival outside of Africa where the issue persists.
The objective of such programs is to maintain a viable population outside of South Africa, with targeted genetic and demographic management that will allow for the repatriation of African rhinoceros back to their natural habitat and homelands.
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy works to conserve wildlife, provide a sanctuary for great apes and to generate income through wildlife tourism and complementary enterprises for re-investment in conservation and communities.
The Conservancy aims to become an innovative and sustainable development model that conserves biodiversity (particularly endangered species) and contributes to economic growth and the improvement of the livelihoods of rural communities.