Project

SAVE African Rhino Foundation

Founded in 1987, SAVE African Rhino Foundation is committed to saving rhinos from extinction, particularly the black rhino in Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Mozambique. All funds are channeled to on-the-ground protection, primarily anti-poaching units. SAVE grants approximately $500,000 per year 16 different anti-poaching projects throughout Africa.

Grant #1 – March 2016

Empowers Africa made a grant to SAVE African Rhino Foundation for the support of salaries of anti-poaching rangers in the Greater Lebombo Conservancy, enabling closer surveillance of the Mozambique/Kruger National Park border.The Greater Lebombo Conservancy (GLC), an area of 2,483 km2, is currently the most critical piece of land on the planet for rhino conservation. This grant was made possible by Todd Burton (rhinosurfer.org) & Donald Robertson (donaldrobertson.com).