Rhino Revolution is tackling the poaching crisis with a unique three step approach, through
(i) implementing tough and innovative anti-poaching measures today, including funding the dehorning of rhino,
(ii) rehabilitating orphaned calves for release back into the wild,
(iii) educating and inspiring the young people of the impoverished, local communities – the conservationists of tomorrow.
STOP PRESS: We are proud to announce that an orphaned rhino (whose mother was killed by poachers in 2015), has had her own baby in the wild - we think this is a first in Africa!Proud Mum is called Masingitta meaning miracle, and her new baby has been named Lesedi, meaning light.
May this light shine bright and give us all hope for the future of Africa’s iconic rhino. With the catastrophic decline in numbers due to poaching, every rhino counts - and this precious new calf contributes valuable genetic diversity.
Rhino Revolution is located at the heart of South Africa’s greatest rhino population – the Greater Kruger Area, and consequently is at the epicentre of the poaching crisis.