Rhino Revolution was started by the concerned citizens of Hoedspruit, including respected rhino conservationists and private nature reserve owners, who came together to try and reduce the escalating poaching crisis in this critically important rhino conservation area. What started as a community based action group, under the auspices of founder Trevor Jordan, is now an internationally recognised NPO proudly supporting rhino conservation through rigorous anti-poaching activities, conservation awareness programmes and now the provision of a world class rhino orphanage.
Rhino Revolution is tackling the escalating rhino poaching crisis with a unique three prong approach of implementing tough and innovative anti-poaching measures today, rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned rhino calves, pangolin and other endangered species for future release, and educating and inspiring the young people of the impoverished, local communities – the conservationists of tomorrow.
Since implementing our business-like approach we have managed to increase our credit balance by over R480,000.
Hoedspruit is a small town in the South of the Limpopo Province only 30 minutes from the Kruger National Park.