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Please support the team, and all they are doing to help the brave men and women on the frontline against poaching. The extermination of elephants and rhinos is happening on our watch. It’s our problem. We simply cannot be the generation that lets these animals disappear off the face of the earth.

DONATIONS

For Rangers aims to raise funds to ensure that all rangers are adequately equipped with good-quality equipment, training and general welfare. These are the men that are risking their lives to save these two iconic species – we must do all we can to help them! Any donations are most gratefully received and go towards the worthiest of causes.

 

For Rangers does not have a formal core program list and selects projects where we feel the Rangers need our support or are in a particularly critical role. All the leaders of the campaign work in frontline conservation in Africa and are well-placed to distribute the funds to where they will have the most impact. In 2015 the RfR team donated $114,276 to rangers welfare in Africa:

ORGANISATION

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya

Borana Borana Conservancy Kenya

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya

The Northern Rangelands Trust

Ol Jogi, Kenya

The Mara Elephant Project

Big Life, Chyulu Hills, Kenya

BIO Ken, Watamu

Garamba National Park, Congo

Borana Education Support Program (To be completed in 2016)

AMOUNT

$11,451

$17,393

$8,055

$18,070

$17,080

$10,000

$7,228

$5,000

$10,000

$10,000

DETAILS

Boots, uniforms camel packs and med kits and Thermal imaging

Thermal imaging, boots, uniforms camel packs and med kits

GPS's, Thermal imaging, boots, uniforms camel packs and med kits

Solar Power, Thermal imaging, boots, uniforms camel packs and med kits

Camel packs, Thermal imaging, boots, uniforms and med kits

A vehicle

Camel packs, Thermal imaging, boots, uniforms and med kits

Cash Donation towards snake anti-venom

Financial support to families of three rangers killed in a contact

School fees support to the child of a ranger who was killed in an accident