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Celebrate all five rhino species Black, White, Greater One-Horned, Sumatran and Javan Rhinos In South Africa, a shocking 1175 rhinos were slaughtered for their horn in 2015. Several organisations are very visible in their efforts to try curbing the illegal killing of our rhinos.  By on-going efforts throughout the year, the South African Veterinary Association […]

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Save the Survivors Fund – Treatment

Project SAVE THE SURVIVORS was specifically started in 2012 to care and look after rhino that has fallen victim to poaching or traumatic incidents.  This includes rhinos that have been wounded, rhinos where the horn has been hacked off, and victims of snaring and traumatic incidents.  Rhino survivors are estimated at between 80 and 120 […]

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SAVA Rhino fund

The last decade has seen a 4500 percent increase in the number of rhino poached in South Africa. The current onslaught on rhino in South Africa is the second wave against the species in recent history. The mid 60’s saw them teetering on the brink of extinction through socio political issues. The current rate of […]

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About the Vet Rhino Fund

The Vet Rhino Fund is an umbrella name which was created for the three funds which resort under it. The three funds are: The South African Veterinary Association Rhino Fund The South African Veterinary Foundation Rhino and Conservation Fund Saving the Survivors Fund The three funds all aim to contribute to the fight against rhino […]

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Vet Rhino Fund

The South African Veterinary Association is United against Poaching: The increase in the number of rhinos being poached in South Africa has a direct effect on veterinarians as they get called out to examine and treat rhinos injured in poaching incidents. We decided to support our members by raising funds to assist them to treat […]

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