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TRUST │ COLLABORATION │ IMPACT

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StopRhinoPoaching.com’s impact lies in the strength of its partnerships and collaborative projects.

RHINO HOTLINE

This is our story…

OVER R20 MILLION TO RHINO PROJECTS SINCE 2010

The cruel and gruesome act of killing a rhino for its horns has struck at the hearts of our coun- try and has mobilized our citizens into wanting to do something to help. StopRhinoPoaching.com launched in July 2010 as a web- based platform, dedicated to rais- ing awareness and support for the war against rhino poaching. We enjoy a close working relationship with many recognized role play-

ers, their opinion and experience proving invaluable when estab- lishing projects and allocating funds. All fund placement is made within carefully identified guidelines and qualifying criteria. Funds are raised in 3 ways: direct donations to the website, through the sale of our SRP.com merchandise, and by developing projects with like-minded and passionate people who truly

want to make a difference. Alt- hough the poaching statistics reflect the challenge we face, we need to remember that if it were not for the dedicated efforts of so many, hundreds more rhinos would have been lost. Thanks to all of you for your incredible support. — Elise Serfontein, Founder

OVER 420 RANGERS TRAINED

OVER 50 RHINO RESERVE MANAGERS ON VARIOUS COURSES

Image © Mark Bourn

32 RHINO DOGS DEPLOYED

350 RANGERS ON TACTICAL FIRST AID COURSES

GRATETFUL THANKS TO THE INTERNATIONAL RHINO FOUNDATION FOR FUNDING CORE SRP OPERATIONAL

EXPENSES 2015 to 2018

Satara, Kruger National Park, and the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet sponsored Foxbat takes to the skies. This aircraft will play a critical role in both proactive and reactive anti-poaching efforts, piloted by (very grateful) Regional Ranger, Steven Whitfield. We are exceptionally proud to have co- sponsored this important plane's hangar with the MyPlanet Rhino Fund, a collaborative effort that enhances the air capability in the JPZ (Joint Protection Zone) region of the park. To all our donors who made our portion of this contribution possible - THANK YOU! To the 36 000 MyPlanet Rhino Fund supporters, look what you've achieved!!

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WATCH: IMPACT ON THE FRONTLINES OF THE RHINO POACHING CRISIS - StopRhinoPoaching.com

To all our followers, donors and project partners over the years, this video is for YOU! StopRhinoPoaching.com has been in existence for the last 8 years, during which time we've lived heartache and triumph, seen both bloodshed and miracles and fought evil with good. At the heart of our work lies the conviction that, by bringing donor support to those at the coalface, our collaborative efforts do make a difference. Our motto of Trust, Collaboration, Impact, shines through in this video production, showcasing our work and interwoven with interviews and footage captured over a 2 year period. Not only does it tell the ranger story, they themselves will tell you that donor support IS making a difference in the fight against rhino poaching. Filmed, edited and produced by Kaimara Studio, we'd like to extend our deepest gratitude to Pieter Uys for capturing the essence of what we as an organisation are all about. To thousands of people in South Africa and abroad who have donated to this cause and supported our projects, thank you! To project partners, past and present, we are forever indebted.

WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE GOOD OF OUR RHINO

Contrary to statements made by often ill-informed public, there is in fact an army of dedi- cated, focused and passionate people who are determined to put a stop to this senseless slaughter. Reflecting back since StopRhinoPoaching.com’s launch in June/July 2010, to where South Africa is today, noteworthy progress has been made. Mobilizing a country is no easy task, let alone getting everyone to pull in the same

direction, and the synergy that has been forming amongst vari- ous stakeholders and role- players in encouraging to see. Thank you to all rhino investi- gators—SAPS and ECI, NPA prosecutors, private security companies, responsible rhino owners, reserve managers, staff, APU rangers, NGO's, rhino champions and all those who strive day and night to keep rhinos safe.

“This war will eventually be

won by a few passionate

and committed individuals

whose fires will continue to

burn at the coal face thus

providing the necessary

inspiration and guiding light

for all others to follow” - Ken Maggs.

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OUR MISSION:

STOP RHINO POACHING IS COMMITTED TO ESTABLISHING A SAFE HOME TO A THRIVING RHINO POPULATION IN SOUTH AFRICA

We will accomplish this by: • Supporting vital rhino conservation security efforts • Collaborating with ethical government, private and NGO partners • Prioritizing initiatives that have strategic value • Encouraging public awareness with clear and factual information • Winning the support from committed stakeholders • Delivering meaningful results

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2015 Rhino Conservation Award Winner: Best Awareness, Education or Funding

In the Best Awareness, Education or Funding category, Elise Daffue won the Award. Elise is the founder of StopRhinoPoaching.com that has an international and na- tional footprint, focusing on funding of security initiatives and ranger support. Elise was instrumental in establishing strategic stakeholder relations on a national and regional scale for the implementation of efficient operational pro- tective measures countering the threat of rhino poaching. Second and third place went to Unite Against Poaching and the Peace Parks Foundation

With friends and colleagues General Johan Jooste, Adv Ansie Venter, Mario Scholtz and Don English

2015 GRAA Bronze Medal Award for furthering conservation (left)

2012 Rhino Conservation Award for best NGO

The inaugural Rhino Conservation Awards – an initia- tive of the Game Rangers Association of Africa (GRAA) and the Department of Environmental Affairs - took place on Thursday 29 November 2012 and an exceptional group of dedicated and committed individuals and organisations were nominated for the Award. The awards are being sponsored jointly by Dr Larry Hansen, CEO of Hasselblad Cameras and Xiaoyang Yu, founding partner of China New Enterprise Investment (CNEI).

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RANGER SAFETY, OUR HIGHEST PRIORITY

Given the escalation in armed contact with poachers, and increasingly aggressive tactics on their side, we have been doing our utmost to ensure that rangers in the areas we support are prepared for the worst. Thank you to our amazing project partners, ER24, MedDev and CTM for their continued commitment to this vital project.

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO 11 DECEMBER 2018

R 37 375.00 - 5 Camera Traps, Free State R 13 788.78 - 22 Tourniquet packs R 9 607.00 - Handsets, Swaziland R 6 546.72 - 20 emergency stretchers

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER 2018

R 51 004.00 - Blackview phones, Phinda R 26 910.00 - SRP backpacks x 30 R 11 500.00 - Camelbak Bladders

We take ranger's lives seriously. As an urgent intervention following the pipe bomb inc dent aime at rangers in the Kruger National Park, we set about supplying 160 specialised tourniquet kits to rangers in the IPZ. Aggressive action from poachers is on the increase, from armed con- tacts with rangers and shooting at reaction aircraft to the recent ex- plosive device. We need to do eve- rything we possibly can to ensure that rangers have the equipment they need when tragedy strikes. Thank you to CTM who's funding to SRP has been instrumental in sup- porting ranger tactical first aid re- quirements, to our friends at ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd. for advice and suppli- er Meddev. Thank you for always being there for us.

With friends and colleagues General Johan Jooste, Adv Ansie Venter, Mario Scholtz and Don English

In July 2016 Ant Rissik and his daughter Anna said goodbye to their 3 month old Springer Spaniel, specially donated to SRP so that this little pup could be trained up to help the rhino cause. Meeting them at Cape Town airport, a very brave Anna handed over the most beautiful puppy, and boy has Maggie captured hearts since then! Trained by Johan van Straaten at the Southern Afri- can Wildlife College, Maggie has become an exceptional human tracking and detection dog specialsing in endangered species and ammunitions. We are proud to announce that, this past weekend, Maggie made her way down to Big Game Parks in Swaziland, where (apart from a loving home with the Reilly's) we know she will make a significant contribution to their commendable anti- poaching and counter wildlife trafficking efforts.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR OCTOBER 2018

R107 088.00 - 160 Tourniquet packs for the IPZ, Kruger R106 891.35 - Night Vision Unit R 44 229.00 - KZN Tactical First Aid Course R 42 820.05 - Mobile handsets, KNP R 32 957.85 - SRP Backpacks R 27 738.90 - GPS’s JPZ funded by BB Cement R 14 599.20 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 13 570.00 - Camelback Bladders

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2018

R123 664.00 - Equipment for Nwanedsi Rangers, Kruger, funded by BB Cement R 23 354.00 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 17 940.00 - SRP backpacks R 13 625.00 - Swazi Dog Training kit (IRF funded)

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR AUGUST 2018

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R 75 610.00 - First Aid Kits, KZN R 54 802.10 - Addo Bathawk Engine work funded by IRF and SRP R 53 673.00 - Emergency dehorning R 39 330.00 - Emergency flight, calf rescue R 26 115.28 - Equipment, JPZ funded by BB Cement R 20 491.44 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 8 928.52 - Chest Webbing JPZ

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JULY 2018

Andrew Parker R212 902.75 - Equipment support to Addo from My Planet Rhino Fund, IRF and SRP R 35 175.00 - Microchip readers for MTPA R 33 903.00 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 23 322.00 - Backpacks R 16 962.50 - Camelbak Bladders

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JUNE 2018

R 88 458.00 - Tactical First Aid Courses, Eastern Cape R 29 891.00 - Tactical Equipment R 14 543.00 - Laptop for Investigations R 10 541.44 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 10 334.50 - Freezer, Rhino DNA R 10 071.69 - Addo kits R 7 463.50 - Bladders, Addo

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2018

R181 557.15 - Fitting of our Foxbat Engine to the Addo Bathawk R177 577.25 - Camera system for a reserve in the EC R 61 400.00 - Equipment, Addo

R 26 069.48 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 19 255.50 - Phinda (match funds, IRF Grant) R 11 495.00 - Camera for investigations R 9 687.40 - Investigator travel for crime scenes

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2018 CONT

R9 521.99 - First Aid Equipment R8 527.90 - Camera installations R5 750.00 - Binoculars for rangers, MTPA R5 617.75 - MTPA truck repairs R4 999.00 - Ranger GPS R3 181.29 - Torches

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL 2018

With friends and colleagues General Johan Jooste, Adv Ansie Venter, Mario Scholtz and Don English Dr Richard Emslie R167 698.63 - Trauma Packs and Medical Supplies R 46 136.25 - Trauma Packs for rangers in the Eastern Cape R 19 648.40 - Camera Traps, Kruger National Park R 11 610.24 - Mobile phones, Addo R 10 174.05 - Medical supplies R 6 016.60 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 5 187.00 - Polygraphs R419 441.80 - Channeled for the My Planet Rhino Fund R117 506.72 - Toward a new Ranger Base, EC Reserve funded by IRF R 23 702.56 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R 20 096.25 - Technology, EC Reserve, funded by IRF R 6 667.98 - Medical supplies, Manyaleti R 5 035.72 - Bench testing of our Foxbat Engine for Addo’s Bathawk

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2018

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FEBRUARY 2018

R216 468.60 - New Ranger Base, EC Reserve funded by IRF R 66 918.00 - Radios for a section in the Kruger National Park

R 17 381.58 - Camera Traps, Kruger R 11 999.00 - Laptop for Investigations R 8 371.60 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF

Andrew Parker

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JANUARY 2018

R363 014.76 - Advanced Equipment for Addo R 84 533.75 - Webbing for Kruger Rangers in the IPZ (thank you Tusk Trust)

R 28 779.30 - Camera Traps x 5 (Free State) R 24 111.00 - Metal detectors, Swaziland R 14 478.00 - Full Bite Suit, Kapama R 13 452.00 - Camelbak bladders R 13 220.96 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER 2017

R201 439.02 - Technology support funded by IRF for Phinda R180 000.00 - New ranger base funded by IRF R71 407.52 - Camera Traps for 2 reserves R13 396.74 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R1 542.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER 2017

R236 468.60 - New ranger base funded by IRF R191 840.80 - Equipment support to Phinda, funded by IRF R50 801.60 - Kit and equipment to Manyeleti R1 524.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR OCTOBER 2017

Dr Richard Emslie R15 580.00 - Mobile handsets for GKEPF R12 414.36 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R8 722.00 - Channeled to Munyawana via Cycle of Life R4 708.00 - Camelbak bladders for Swaziland R4 547.72 - Maintenance, MTPA plane R3 468.96 - Malelane hangarage R2 874.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2017

R195 683.00 - StopRhinoPoaching.com and CSIR Rhino Protection Conference. SRP sponsor R49 946.23 - Camera Traps KNP R17 294.94 - Backpacks, Swaziland R9 861.00 - Radios for Free State R9 861.00 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R2 964.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

Andrew Parker

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST 2017

R50 000.00 - Channeled to Munyawana Conservancy for Cycle of Life R16 211.56 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R10 598.00 - Laptop for Investigations R10 616.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP R4 035.60 - Camelbak bladders for Swaziland As a means of supporting the wider rhino com- munity, StopRhinoPoaching.com and the CSIR joined forces to host a four-day, interactive rhino protection conference where experienced speak- ers covered a wide range of practical, protection- related topics focusing on security interventions, best practices and lessons learned. The four-day long Rhino Protection Conference was attended by 120 delegates from Southern Africa. 46 Speakers and 7 Session Chairs shared their wealth of experience, covering relevant current topics

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2017

R739 287.72 - Channeled for various donors to Phinda Private Game Reserve R91 600.21 - Ops Room upgrade for Thembe Elephant Park R29 235.30 - Tactical First Aid Course and kits for SANParks ECI and Ngala Rangers, in partnership with ER24 R15 350. 74 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF

R10 656.15 - Laptop for Investigations R6 499.00 - Laptop for Investigations R3 858.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL 2017

R95 948.10 - Channeled to a reserve in the Eastern Cape on behalf of Tusk Trust R11 766.00 - Laptop for Investigations R2 564.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2017

R130 000.99 - Channeled to a reserve in the Eastern Cape on behalf of Tusk Trust R16 981.21 - New propeller for our Foxbat R29 959.94 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R13 387.94 - Rhino Dogs costs R2 579.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FEBRUARY 2017

R195 050.55 - Channeled to a reserve in the Eastern Cape on behalf of Tusk Trust R13 166.40 - Laptop for Investigations R18 693.99 - Camera Traps x 4 for KNP R12 700.00 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R8 140.00 - Rhino Dogs costs

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JANUARY 2017

R89 000.00 - 2 thermal units R25 477.6 - Ranger Wellness funded by IRF R3 479.00 - Cmore and Camera Trap data support to KNP

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER 2016

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

R792 425.04 - 1 new ranger base + refurbishment of a 2nd base completed with IRF Grant Funding via USFWS R6 384.00 for ponchos for Swaziland R4 615.00 for data (supporting 32 Camera Traps plus Cmore data for 11 mobile phones and 7 tablets) R3 779.99 for 2 tactical torches, Free State SRP Group Meeting in Skukuza - Lessons Learned and Best Practice. 45 participants from 8 provinces as well Namibia.

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In a unique collaborative effort between the SANParks Honor- ary Rangers, StopRhinoPoach- ing.com and the Frankfurt-based KfW Development Bank, funds have been made available to sponsor the costs of the rangers to travel and participate in the Berlin Marathon.

Rangers Running for Rhino is an initiative founded by Bruce Leslie, Regional Ranger for the Special Rangers in the Kruger National Park that aims to do just that. “By giving them the opportunity to participate in this prestigious event overseas – an experience probably unobtainable to most rangers – we encourage personal wellbeing and good mental health while ensuring men and women stay active and fit. This in turn generates a positive response and encourages other rangers to run for the rhino and a healthier life,” says Bruce.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS AUGUST TO OCTOBER 2016

R91 479.30 - Tactical Trauma Packs for the Kruger National Park (thank you to CTM) R71 821.14 - Digital Radio Support, Zululand R46 000.00 - Digital Radio additions—Phinda (thank you African Creative) R24 974.09 - Nwanedzi Wi-Fi for GKEPF (utilising funding from Go4Rhino)

R13 777.72 - 2 Camera Trap units for Kruger R13 500.00 - ECI AGM Leadership Course

R 6 399.00 - KNP ranger training (thank you BB Cement) R 1 850.00 - Mobile phone for work in Mozambique R 1 728.00 - Data for Cmore - certain sections in KNP

SRP assisted the CSIR Cmore team by organising the training roll out for 6 SANParks rhino carrying reserves.

Andrew Parker

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A PROJECT SUPPORTING RANGERS IN THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

With grateful thanks to

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PROJECT EMBRACE

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker StopRhinoPoaching.com is proud to be a contributing partner to the GRAA initiated RangerWellbeing Project.We will be supporting the Kruger National Park’s

Project Embrace, with R300 000.00 allocated for ranger wellness. Funding partners - International Rhino Foundation and CTM

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JUNE & JULY 2016

R30 000.00 to Phinda WOW Rangers

R25 550.00 for Specialised Ranger Training Course 2 - KNP. Funded by BB Cement.

R8 000.00 Generator for Big Game Parks, Swaziland

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2016

R199 531.35 final payment - digital radio system, Eastern Cape Reserve. Funded by the IRF

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL 2016

R199 500.00 toward a digital radio system, Eastern Cape Reserve. Funded by the IRF

R25 550.00 for Specialised Ranger Training—KNP. Funded by BB Cement.

R6 780 for Section 49 Training, Rangers in the Eastern Cape

R5 999.80 for 2 Smart Phones, Eastern Cape (Cmore)

R2 148.90 for roadblock equipment

Monthly Data and staff support—KNP

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2016

OurTactical First AidTraining helps to save a rangers life.

During an armed contact with three suspected rhino poachers in the Kruger National Park on 6 March, Field Ranger Killers Ubisi was shot with a heavy caliber through the artery in his arm. Thanks to swift action by his recently trained peers (thank you E24 and Martin Bester Drive) and a specialised trauma pack close at hand (thank you CTM and MedDev), a tourniquet was applied and his arm expertly bandaged.

If not for the training and trauma pack, the outcome would have been very different.

Tactical First Aid Courses 5 & 6 in the Kruger National Park

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2016

R48 517.00 for camera traps, Kruger National Park

R30 681.50 for equipment for Big Game Parks, Swaziland

CSIR-developed Cmore - National Roll Out, Phase 1

CSIR-developed situation awareness and decision support technology platform, Cmore is currently being made available to Southern African game reserves. Cmore provides a platform that allows members of game reserves to collaborate, share, view and analyse information as well as react on events, such as poaching threats, happening in their respective parks. StopRhinoPoaching.com selected participants from our wide ranger of reserve contacts and is already looking to organise the next phase of training.

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FEBRUARY 2016

Tactical First Aid Courses 1 to 4 in the Kruger National Park

R228 217.74 for a digital radio system in Phinda. Funded by the International Rhino Foundation

R37 550.46 for the airband, digital radio system in Phinda

R26 676.00 for extra tourniquets, Kruger National Park

R12 697.00 for computer equipment to GKEPF

R6 000,00 staff support, Kruger National Park

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JANUARY 2016

R17 823 .60 Digital Radio as well as data and staff support, KNP

R41 119.50 from andBeyond’s 94.7 Cycle Race to MCF

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR DECEMBER 2015

R231 043.20 Digital Radio System, Phinda — IRF Support

R34 255.25 ZU-SRP Aviation Insurance (thank you Cheryl Raath and her Rhino Bars!)

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER 2015

R14 400.00 Risk Analysis Software Licence renewal

R6 828.00 Tactical Floodlights

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR OCTOBER 2015

R14 250.00 Tactical IR Torches KNP

R2 747.90 Tracking Unit for our Foxbat Aircraft

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2015

R19 500.00 Radio System, Hoedspruit Area

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR AUGUST 2015

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

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R211 935.00 IRF support + R33 380.00 SRP Equipment Support to Nyathi APU, KZN

R14 329.21 Portable electric fencing for crime scene protection from scavengers - MTPA

R23 000.00 IT equipment

R20 000.00 Informant funds

R12 878.83 Tracking collars, Swaziland Rhino Dogs

R10 197.00 GPS’s

With friends and colleagues General Johan Jooste, Adv Ansie Venter, Mario Scholtz and Don English

StopRhinoPoaching.com, utilising funding donated by CTM, is proud to have organised this first ever workshop on Air Support for Counter-Poaching Operations, initiated by supported by SANParks (Kruger National Park,) Game Reserves United, and in proud collaboration with the CSIR and Logtra Solutions. Operational pilots, reserve managers, security managers and rangers from State, Provincial and Private rhino reserves attended. Also in attendance was Captain Harry Wales, who’s active participation and strate- gic thinking contributed greatly towards reaching the objectives of the workshop. Prince Harry has an excellent grasp of the com- plex poaching crisis and his personal involvement and sincere interest in finding solutions for the rhino cause comes at a time when rhinos and their rangers need it most. Thank you Harry!

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JULY 2015

R7 700.00 Risk Analysis Software

R9 000.00 Week long stakeholder workshop

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Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JUNE 2015

R62 000.00 on Risk Analysis Software

R38 000.00 of kit to Kruger Special Ops Rangers

R37 179.72 on analyst capabilities

R14 750.00 on equipment for Swaziland

R11 000.00 on camera traps (funding from Timeless Africa Safaris)

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2015

R21 858.55 for IT equipment - various projects

R7 600.00 surveillance equipment

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL 2015

R82 000.00 channeled for a rhino dog in the Timbavati

R47 296.20 of IRF funds to the reserve we support in the Eastern Cape

R27 200.00 for Informant Fund support in the Eastern Cape

R20 000.00 for Informant Fund support in the greater Kruger area

R3 950.36 towards the Kruger Foxhole

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2015

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MARCH: RANGER TACTICAL TRAILER—CSIR & SRP COLLABORATION

Through our partnership with the CSIR, Technology for Special Opera- tions (a specialised grouping within the CSIR) has converted a standard 4 x 4 trailer into a mobile tactical unit which will be used by the Mpumalanga Tour- ism and Parks Agency (MTPA) in clan- destine counter-poaching operations. The trailer was originally donated via StopRhinoPoaching.com (SRP) to MTPA by the Jacaranda Rhinothon in 2010. All components were sponsored by SRP and our sincere thanks to the CSIR for finalising the user require- ments, completing the design and lay- out as well as all installations.

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

“Up to now, we have had to make due without the most basic facilities when positioned in the field. This trailer will have a major impact on the performance of the rangers, as well as allow them to work in areas previously too remote for extended deployments,” says Juan de Beer, manager of the

Species Protection Unit of Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency.

Photo credit — Kaimara Photography.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2015

R87 664.76 to date on MTPA Ranger Tactical Trailer equipment.

R67 712.00 to Big Game Parks, Swaziland for new rhino dog kennels. Donor funds from

R14 449.25 on a laptop and camera equipment for investigations.

R6 549.10 on equipment for investigations.

R5 688.60 on MTPA’s mobile dog unit.

R4 500.00 on reflective vehicle signage and bibs for visible policing in Northern Zululand.

R3 800.00 on Dashcams x 4.

Risk Analysis Technology training course for 5 people

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FEBRUARY 2015

R216 000.00 for risk management technology for investigators.

R84 246.00 on ruggedised laptops for investigations.

R57 285.00 on an analyst training course.

R25 035.95 on wheels for our Foxbat (R17 000 from African Creative).

R12 614.00 for two SRP Risk Analysis Workshops.

R12 000.00 to KNP support.

R9 500.00 on Dashcams x 10

R6 965.00 on handsets for our Seecrypt secure communications project.

R4 010.43 spotlights and accessories.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JANUARY 2015

R5 640.00 E Cape reserve gate cameras.

R8 659.00 GRU.

R3 284.00 towards KNP ECI support.

5 trauma kits for various officials and security staff

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR DECEMBER 2014

R134 675.50 final phase of the new IRF sponsored Ranger Base, E Cape Reserve.

R62 550.00 for 1 Thermal Vision Unit for use in an EC Reserve (sponsored from Royalston Funding.)

Dr Richard Emslie

R35 597.96 Aircraft insurance for ZU-SRP.

R17 042.00 cameras for investigations.

R15 607.00 on GPS's.

R2 97.92 Radio batteries, Manyeleti MTPA.

R6 000.00 towards KNP ECI support.

Andrew Parker

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER 2014

R100 000.00 towards the IRF Ranger Base (Phase 2), E Cape Reserve.

R53 733.10 for various laptops, cameras for investigations.

R12 580.00 to our 2-day SRP Security Think Tank Meeting, held quarterly in Skukuza.

R7 156.92 to build MTPA dog kennels.

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INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION WITH THE IRF www.rhinos.org

The US based International Rhino Foundation protects particularly threatened rhino populations in the wild, while also sup- porting applied research that can help to improve the chances for long-term survival of all rhino species. The IRF have to date channeled over $64 400.00 through SRP towards two of our key focus projects, as well as providing core institutional funding for SRP. In December, the new IRF sponsored Ranger Base in the Eastern Cape rhino reserve we support was completed. Heartfelt thanks to the IRF, its Board and donors for their support and dedication to our rhinos in South Africa.

Eastern Cape Back Rhino Dart with the International Rhino Foundation (Susie Ellis and Raoul du Toit) Chipembere Rhino Foundation (Brent Cook) the CSIR’s Chris Serfontein, reserve security specialists Barend Lottering (Nyathi APU, KZN) Rodney and Linda Visser (Shamwari), the vet team and Gav and Cathy.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR OCTOBER 2014

R216 000.00 for risk management technology for investigators.

R100 000.00 towards the IRF Ranger Base (Phase 1), E Cape reserve.

R57 000.00 for GRU information management program support.

R6 790.00 towards KNP Ops Room Comms.

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2014

R9 799.75 for a laptop for investigations.

Dr Richard Emslie

R7 350.00 for suspect apprehension equipment.

R6 000.00 towards KNP ECI support.

In September the CSIR, Seecrypt and StopRhinoPoach- ing.com joined forces to better protect Africa’s Rhinos with the help of military-grade secure communications Seecrypt’s significant contribution of a sponsored secure communication system (full Enterprise Suite) will ensure that operational efficiency and information flow of Rhino protection initiatives are protected against criminal net- works. Seecrypt's technology provides end to end, highly encrypt- ed, communications on mobile devices for all the leading mobile operating systems, including iOS, Android, Blackber- ry and Windows Mobile 8. Now voice calls, text messages and images can be securely shared. This partnership is managed by the CSIR (Chris Serfontein) and StopRhinoPoaching.com (Elise Daffue), whose opera- tional and technical experience will allow Seecrypt to customise the technology to meet the operation require- ments needed.

R3 000.00 for informant fees.

Signing the MOU with CSIR Executive Director DPSS Lourens Cloete and Seecrypt’s Mornay Walters.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JULY & AUGUST 2014

R24 800.00 for camera traps and a cell comms booster for the reserve we support in the Eastern Cape R16 792.49 towards support for Kruger Special Projects R6 232.49 for backpacks, Mpumalanaga Parks Investigators R13 671.00 for apprehension equipment for GRU (R10 000 from the GRU Wine Auction - thanks Kloppies!) R7 340.00 Dog Refresher Course for Bud and Seun, our tracker dogs in the E Cape—R2 000.00 from Chemstrat.

DNA kits for human DNA swabbing of poachers 15 Tourniquets for Kruger Special Ops Rangers R12 718.09 towards our 2-day SRP Security Think Tank Meeting, held quarterly in Skukuza.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JUNE 2014

R31 854.17 towards perimeter security and radio comms in the E Cape reserve we support. R2 200.00 for 20 pairs of camo balaklavas. 5 boxes of a specialised forensics tool donated by Forensic Crime Lab - thank you!

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2014

R7 350.00 towards reserve security in the Eastern Cape.

Refresher training for Nadia and Scorpio, SRP sponsored tracker dogs in Swaziland.

R22 800.00 towards special investigations in the Kruger National Park area.

Purchased 2 sets of post mortem knives.

StopRhinoPoaching.com is proud to support Kruger Special Projects and was invited to meet top ranking police officials from Mozambique at a historical meeting in held Skukuza in April. An honour to meet fine men who are dedicated to finding solutions and working together. 10 boxes of Dermagrip exa ination gloves sponsored by Klinica SA - thank you! R10 944.00 Trauma med packs for KNP Speci l Projects staff.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL 2014

Jacaranda sponsored GRU Ops Room Equipment as well as Field Equipment.

R34 684.50 for radio upgrades for the Eastern Cape Provincial reserve we support.

R21 000.00 towards our 2-day SRP Security Think Tank Meeting, held quarterly in Skukuza.

R25 000.00 for surveillance equipment for Swaziland’s Big Game Parks.

R5 000.00 to CT SANParks ECI.

R4 000.00 on rat packs for Kruger Special Ops, Swaziland and Phinda.

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HIGHLIGHTS FOR MARCH / APRIL 2014 Wildlife security experts from 13 countries gathered in Mopani Rest Camp, in northern Kruger National Park for four days (from 29 March to 1 April 2014) to discuss recent patterns in rhino poaching and to identify tools and techniques to advance wildlife protection and improve interception of illegally trafficked rhino horns. The meeting was hosted by SANParks, Save The Rhino, US Fish and Wildlife Services and WWF. An exceptionally valuable meeting, well done to all!

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Attendees came from 8 African rhino range states (Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe) and 3 Asian rhino range states (India, Malaysia and Indonesia). Representatives of 42 organizations, including 12 provincial and national wildlife agencies, and more than 30 rhino areas.

Standing on the Mozambiquan / Kruger border. Susie Ellis, Director of the International Rhino Foundation with Barend Lottering (Nyathi APU om KZN) Elise (SRP) and Mickey Reilly of Swaziland.

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Our visit to Phinda where Susie and Bill met the Nyathi APU

Susie meets Mbali in Swaziland, our good friend Phil Hatting behind with son Kyle.

StopRhinoPoaching.com is proud to support Kruger Special Projects and was invited to meet top ranking police officials from Mozambique at a historical meeting in held Skukuza in April. An honour to meet fine men who are dedicated to finding solutions and working together. 27 March to 4 April 2014 : A highlight of the year has been to spend time with Susie Ellis and Bill Konstant of the International Rhino Foundation. We visited Phinda in KZN, followed by the Kruger National Park (Save The Rhino, USFWS, WWF Rhino Technology Meeting) and then on to Swaziland - also accompanied by Arief Rubianto, Rhino Protection Unit Manager in Sumatra. SRP is proud to be exploring futur South African projects with the IRF. For more on their work visit www.rhinos-irf.org

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL 2014

Our second and very successful SRP sponsored Extreme Close Quarter Battle course by James Smart of Street Smart Combatives. Thanks so much James, 10 candidates from Kruger Special Ops, Sabi Sand and Madikwe.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2014

R147 889.43, raised by Jenna Clifford and their Rhino Range, has gone towards ranger training and equipment for Phinda's WOW rangers. Thanks so much Dex, Jenna and all at Jenna Clifford! This brings the total figure donated by Jenna Clifford over the last 14 months to an incredible R500 000.00. We celebrated this milestone with a symbolic cheque handover. Dex (left) and Elise with Les Carlisle, Group Conservation Manager for andBeyond.

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker

MOZAMBIQUE AND CROSS BORDER COOPERATION

StopRhinoPoaching.com is proud to support Kruger Special Projects and was invited to meet top ranking police officials from Mozambique at a historical meeting in held Skukuza in April. An honour to meet fine men who are dedicated to finding solutions and working together.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2014

R19 359.07, surveillance equipment for various security initiatives.

R11 300.00 to Sabi Sands, food support for Bobby Sniffer Dog.

R20 425.35 CCTV Camera for the Provincial rhino reserve we support in the Eastern Cape.

Huge thanks to Merial, who have sponsored a year’s worth of Frontline for all 27 of our Rhino Dogs. Here Beertjie receives Frontline for the Kruger dogs with Ice (left) and Badger (right)

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FEBRUARY 2014

R71 740.00 for Big Game Parks, Swaziland – Surveillance Equipment thanks to Bush Straps (R32 000.00) Above & Beyond Distributors— Smaak screen guards (R29 625.00) and SRP (R10 115.00)

R35 896.61 for Kruger Special Operations – Various equipment from SRP, ration packs thanks to Cheryl Raath

R22 000.00 for Phinda - WOW Rangers thanks to African Creative.

R14 000.00 for Kalserie – 4 x GPS’s, Radio Software thanks to Finditads.

R9 975.00 for Investigations via SRP funds.

4 more dogs Rhino Dogs: Springbok (aka Scotty) tracker dog for Kruger from the SAA pilots.

Lola (aka Tikka) a beautiful chocolate GSP donated to us by Natasha du Plessis, tracker dog training and handler training via SRP funds.

Bejane, tracker dog training for Kruger via SRP funds.

Bobby, sniffer dog trained by MECHEM for Sabi Sands. Bobby was sponsored by The Dis-Chem Foundation via Jacaranda’s Purple Rhino Project.

TIKKA

SCOTTY

BEJANE

BOBBY

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JANUARY 2014

R8 442.00 for 6 cameras and accessories for Operation Lebombo, Mozambique.

R41 310.00 to the Eastern Cape Green Scorpi- ons via the Royalton fundraiser.

R20 000.00 to the Chipembere Rhino Founda- tion, Eastern Cape.

R26 425.00 to Phinda for their Working on Wildlife rangers. Thanks Gordon van der Spuy and another 800.00 via Olienhout Republic!

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R15 238.25 top up for a Thermal Vision Unit, Kruger Special Operations.

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JANUARY 2014 SEES THE FIRST PLACEMENT OF

FUNDING RAISED BY THE MARTIN BESTER DRIVE’S GIVE KILI HORNS PROJECT

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR DECEMBER 2013

R18399.55—2 laptops, Windows Office and laptop bags for Operation Lebombo in Mozambique.

Zorro, training sponsored by BushStraps from proceeds of the SRP Rhino Survival Bracelets, graduates in the Kruger

Rhino Dog SAXPA graduates in the Kruger National Park. Funds to purchase SAXPA and train her handler were raised from the personal contributions of the SA Express Pilots, an incredible initiative by SAX pilot Darryl Rudman.

We were proud to have Maj Gen (Ret) Johan Jooste, far right, join us for SAXPA and Zorro’s graduation.

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2 RAGE sponsored Thermal Vision Units, handed to Jack Greeff for use in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin. Apart from supporting Nation- al Parks and selected Provincial rhino reserves, its important that we also channel funding towards training and equipment for private reserves that are home to important rhino herds.

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2012 Rhino Conservation Award for best NGO—SRP.com

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER 2013

The Republic of Olienhout, The Rhino Climb and StopRhinoPoaching.com proudly handed over R150 000.00 to Phinda Private Game Reserve on Friday 15 Nov. A further R17 889.00 was also donated to the reserve, funds raised during Olienhout's Rhino Week this year.

Sponsored out first Close Combat Course - the first of many with James Smart of Street Smart Combatives. Thank you Alu-Cab, your R13 000 went toward this course! With increasing aggression from poaching gangs, we need to invest in various kinds of ranger training. James's excellent course will be a focus of ours next year.

Organised and sponsored SRP Security & Think Tank Meeting in Kruger. R20 000 for 4 camera traps, Big Game Parks, Swaziland. Purchased 9 knives for Forensics and Hawks in Gauteng to help with post mortems.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR OCTOBER 2013

R33435.48 worth of equipment to Kruger Special Operations, including a bite suit for tracker dog training (thank you Darryl Rudman and the SA Express, SAA and Comair pilots) and top quality ration packs (thanks to Cheryl Raath and her Rhino Bars) 1 Thermal Unit, donated to GRU for use in Kapama. Thermals are ex- ceptionally expensive, and a huge thank you to Tobie Reyneke and his Double Washie challenge which raised R40 000.00 combined with Trinity College's R13 500.00 for making the purchase of this unit possible.

R5 050.00 - pilot training and hangarage of our plane in the Eastern Cape.

R36 000.00 towards a roadblock trailer for Save The Waterberg Rhino via funding from RAGE.

Dr Richard Emslie

Andrew Parker Rhino Reserve Manager Gavin Shaw gets his pilots license —a dream come true and flying our plane thanks to our sponsors. 06 September

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2013

R19 385.00 - Equipment for GRU thanks to the Charter Us Wine Auction. R30 000.00 - Camera Traps and Ground to Air Radio for Save The Waterberg Rhino. R9 736.00 - kit purchases in support of Kruger Special Ops. Badger Rhino Dog, training proudly sponsored by SRP, returned to Kruger as a tracking dog.

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR AUGUST 2013

R109 000.00 for 2 Thermal Vision Units for Sabi Sands, via the generous donation to SRP from Lion Sands 35 camera traps to Sabi Sands and 4 to Kruger Special Operations via Jacaranda FM funding R50 000.00 donated for informant fees in Zululand R47 155.00 to GRU—specialised equipment R11 000.00 to the StopRhinoPoaching.com Security Think Tank meeting in Kruger R12 000.00 for high quality ration packs for KNP Special Operations, rangers and MTPA investigators. R8 550.00 to GRU—Intelligence Course (Thank you to Charter Us Wine Auction Funds)

Handover of 2 Thermal Vision Units for Sabi Sands

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MARTIN BESTER DRIVE’S GIVE KILI HORNS CAMPAIGN FOR JACARANDA FM’S PURPLE RHINO PROJECT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH STOPRHINOPOACHING.COM With R1 600 203.40 million in total, through pledges from corporate donations, telethon pledges from you the listener, and sms entries for our competition, Alex ‘Arod’ McMaster summited and returned safely from Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the Purple Rhino project, driven solicitously by the Martin Bester Drive team’s, ‘Let’s give kili horns’ campaign. What began as an ambitious idea, culminated in large corporate sponsorships, medium to small en- terprises and empathetic listeners donating and raising substantial monies to aid in the fight against rhino poaching. After recieveing the initial amount of R150 000 from Sun City, taken from ticket sales for the Kings Of Chaos tour, the ‘Let’s give kili horns’ campaign, driven by the Martin Bester drive team quickly mobilized and snowballed other corporate sponsors to rally with this substantial donation to in- crease the total amount raised to over R1 million. The Martin Bester Drive team nominated their stuntman ‘Arod’ to trek up Kilimanjaro to plant a flag full of corporate sponsor logos. Corporates jumped at the opportunity to support the cause and get their logos onto the flag. Sun International and Clipper Sales donated R150 000 and R200 000 respectively. Babelela security and Praxos Industrial Sandblasting donated R100 000 each. Divil engineering, Quemic, Mantella trad- ing, Protea coin group, Inoxpa, Bridgestone SA, SupaQuick tyre experts, Demacon market studies, retail network services, Imperial select, Gunsite, Aon, Numatic and Crest information systems each donated R50 000 to the cause. Thanks also to ‘Outdoor Freedom’ for kitting up the team with the necessary and essential gear.

Dr Richard Emslie

The Purple Rhino project has teamed up with the founder of Stop Rhino Poaching, Elise Daffue. We are confident that funds will be allocated accordingly to this cause.

Andrew Parker

Jenny Griesel

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR JULY 2013

Purchased a laptop for Forensics Purchased 50 sets of overalls for suspected rhino poachers to wear while clothing is in for DNA (HAWKS) Funded gyro flights over Vaalkopdam area The successful graduation of 5 more tracker dogs and their handlers down in Phinda, Zululand

CANDIDATE SELECTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT OF THE 3RD QUEMIC / SRP MANAGERS COURSE, THIS TIME SPONSORED BY RAGE—JUNE 2013

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CONTRIBUTIONS AND HIGHLIGHTS FOR JUNE 2013

R16 500.00 on Bullet Proof Vests for Phinda Purchased 15 Tracking books for distribution to rangers (R6 500.00) Facilitated the 3rd Quemic/SRP Managers Course, sponsored by RAGE

R50 000.00 handover from the SA Express Pilots!

Neil from the Parlotones visits the dogs deployed in Madikwe

A visit to Bud and Seun in the Eastern Cape

Very first fly in ZU-SRP, our incredible Foxbat

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MAY 2013

5 mobile phones for informant networks in the Lowveld R22 000.00 worth of optics for GRU R9 000.00 on torches Bush Straps sponsor training for Kruger Park dog Zorro—R15 000.00 Pooled R1.2 million for andBeyond Phinda (see previous page)

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR APRIL

6 Camelbak backpacks for Free State Parks (R5 500.00) Laptop for investigations in Mpumalanga (R6 000.00) Funded training of tracker dog Ruger (right) for Sabi Sand (R9 000.00) Along with the Private Rhino Owners Association, successfully helped motivate for the following funding from RAGE: R500 000.00 towards Phinda—30 new rangers through WOW R120 000.00 to the Thabazimbi Security Hub R105 000.00 to the Vaalkop Dam Security Hub R100 000.00 towards equipment needs R 25 000.00 to North West Parks’ new APU

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR MARCH 2013

Andrew Parker

R15 000.00 laptop for a leading rhino investigator

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SRP PROUDLY SUPPORTING ACT’s SKYDIVE FOR RHINOS

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Winning the hearts and minds of surrounding communities, and how this helps our rhinos. On the 19th of December the Zululand Rhino Reserve held a Christmas party for the toddlers of the Mbuzeli crèche. Engaging the communities through dialogue, support and im- proved awareness on the plight of the rhino is essential to in- crease community participation in conservation and protection of rhinos. Local communities are the first to notice “strangers” in town. Communities who benefit from the reserve act as eyes and ears, reporting on any suspicious behavior. Appreciative mothers who have peace of mind that their young children are in safe hands during the day, will be especially vigilant in return.

Andrew Parker

Jenny Griesel

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OUR FOXBAT HAS ARRIVED IN GRAHAMSTOWN

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Yvette’s art students adore her, and watch- ing her with them makes you realize just how vital attention and creativity are to a young developing mind. For the second year run- ning, SRP.com has benefitted from Yvette’s determination to make a difference for rhi- nos, something that each of her art kids feels just as passionate about. Their R2613.00 , as well as the donations below, will go to- wards training Badger - you’ll find him on page 7! Our special thanks also to Dis-Chem in Brooklyn Mall for their tin contribution of R2 684.00 and Anton van Wouw Pre-Primer for their R2 450.00, both projects initiated by Yvette.

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OUR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR NOVEMBER

R10 000.00 on investigations and informant fees. 6 camera traps for two reserves in KZN - R25 794.00

4 more Solar Fuses - R7 000.00 2 more Igloo Kennels - R3 742.81

SRP PROUDLY SUPPORTING ACT’s SKYDIVE FOR RHINOS

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