Rhino Fund Uganda

The Rhino Fund Uganda is a NGO private, non-profit, animal sanctuary, which was set up in 1997 to help protect the black and white Rhino. The country’s Rhinos had previously been extinct due to heavy poaching, but they have since been successfully reintroduced. Thankfully, due to this project, there are now around 27 Rhino in Uganda. The good work doesn’t stop there –Rhino Fund Uganda also helps to rehabilitate child soldiers, who are offered work with the charity to aid their rehabilitation.

Recently, Craghoppers supported the film ‘Dying to Move’ with G Media, which is presented by Forrest Whittaker. The film focuses on the conservation efforts to protect Rhino and the hard work to save their home. The piece also highlights how peace and wildlife conservation are intrinsically linked.

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Saving the white rhino

Saving The White Rhino

White rhinos have been a topic of news within the animal industry for many years. Subjected to poaching for their horns, these majestic creatures must be protected at all costs. If saving the white rhino is something you feel passionate about, learn more about their importance, the reasons why they are hunted, how many white […]

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