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Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park, Limpopo National Park, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Borders are barriers no more

Across the borders of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, ranger forces from South African National Parks and Mozambique’s National Administration for Conservation Areas, are leading the way in the successful execution of joint transboundary anti-poaching operations as part of Operation Capricorn - the name used to refer to official cross border/along border cooperation between KNP and LNP.

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Great Limpopo TFCA, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

A safe space for rhinos

The Postcode Meerkat, a wide-area surveillance system, has been operationally deployed in South Africa’s Kruger National Park for the better part of 21 months. Surveillance data and information collected through this system have...

China, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

China, the next generation: reconnecting, inspiring, protecting

Young people from Shanghai are using innovative design to educate their communities on environmental and rhino protection matters. This initiative, that utilises the creative skills of Chinese youth to inspire change as a...

Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Rhino Ranger returns to stop the demand for rhino horn in Vietnam

Rhino Ranger returned this month with a second edition of the popular Rhino Ranger Comic book targeted at changing the hearts and minds of school-going Vietnamese youth to reduce and ultimately stop the...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park, Limpopo National Park, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Rangers are taking back their park

Poaching is being severely disrupted by the passion and perseverance of rangers in Limpopo National Park. Last week it led to the successful apprehension and arrest of two suspected rhino poachers in the...

China, Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Designing a sustainable future

At the World Innovation and Entrepreneurship Expo (WIEE) held in Shanghai, students in China are utilising marketing design to address critical social matters of concern, such as the conservation of natural resources –...

Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Vietnamese Youth Appeal To The Peers To Stop Using Rhino Horn

Vietnamese youth from Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) are appealing to their friends, family and peers to stop using rhino horn.

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