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poached rhino t shirts now available in UK and SA

Please see link if you wish to purchase or how you recieve a free one. http://tobiasillustrations.bigcartel.com/product/poached-rhino-charity-edition-t-shirt Cycling shirts coming soon, we would appreciate anyone raisng money via a sponsored run, swim, cylcle or any other fund raising ideas. Any queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Spread the word…

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Poached Rhino Hand over R250,000…………

It was a great pleasure to hand over a cheque for R250,000, raised in South Africa, to one of our projects. The money will be spent on increasing anti poaching measures, further security and as a neccessity the de-horning of the existing rhino (hopefully this will be a temporary measure ) before the numbers of rhinos are increasedat a later date – but we

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Poached Rhino educating Children…………..

On May 2nd PoachedRhino.org, with a generous donation from the St. James’s Place Foundation (UK) and in conjunction with theKusasaProject.org (Franschhoek) took ’14 local Scholars’(chosen by Kusasa) on a 3 hour educational trip to Aquila Private Game Reserve. The ‘scholars (13-17 years) were treated to a 3 hour field trip to learn about the big 5,conservation and flora and fauna. We are hoping that the

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Poached Rhino working with children

We attended the Africa Oil Week Conference in November last year and a number of companies kindly donated pens and bags to distribute to local school children. The first few bags and pens were given to a local school – see below.( more to follow ) A room full of happy children… Thank you to Addax Petroleum , Agr.com, Deloitte, Salama Fikira, Myriad, DHL

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Chinese consumer awareness of the ivory and rhino horn trade’s devastating impact on African wildlife

Chinese consumer awareness of the ivory and rhino horn trade’s devastating impact on African wildlife has grown rapidly over the past two years, the result of major public awareness campaigns by wildlife organizations and state media, according to two new reports from WildAid, the African Wildlife Foundation and Save the Elephants as part of their joint campaigns in China. With this growing awareness, the

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