Across East Africa elite rangers are deploying to the world’s worst poaching hotspots, training and equipping local communities with the skills and gear they need to stop the slaughter of endangered wildlife.
1,900 rangers trained by this elite group have helped reduce poaching to almost zero in the areas they protect.
But poaching is on the rise again everywhere else, and there are thousands of animals that need protection. That's why the team behind this amazing project is asking for your help now to train twice as many rangers – and save twice as many endangered animals from deadly poachers.
In just two weeks, 11 black rhinos were found slaughtered – so every moment counts.
Can you chip in to help eradicate poaching hotspots?
Any extra raised will help power our campaigns to protect endangered wildlife and stop greedy corporations from destroying their habitats.
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Reuters. 10 February 2022.