A first step you can make to help save Africa’s endangered species from extinction, is to stay informed and involved…
Approaching 30 Years of Operation
As we approach 30 years of operation, SAVE the African Rhino Foundation, admits there have been highs (overcoming the 1980s/90s rhino wars and rebuilding rhino populations) and lows (the current rhino killing spree that started around 2006 and still continues unabated).
We maintain hopeful and we stay tenacious, as we know that rhinos can be brought back from the brink. As one top-ranking official in the National Parks of Zimbabwe said in 2004:
If it were not for the SAVE African Rhino Foundation, the black rhinoceros would be extinct in Zimbabwe by now
All this has been achieved with grassroots support, a loyal membership base and the assistance of SARF’s patrons. We thank you all and confirm our ongoing commitment to play our part in stopping the current rhino poaching crisis and saving this amazing animal from extinction in the wild.