Tusk have been proud supporters of SRT since 2008 supporting patrol rangers, salaries, equipment and other operating costs. Through their tireless work engaging local communities and employing local rangers, SRT have been a driving force behind protecting vulnerable populations of endangered black rhino.
"Upon completion of service as the head of a USAID funded wildlife protection program that assisted 13 partners in five countries, I would to express my thanks for your dedication and professionalism as a key partner during the past 5 1/2 years.
You succeeded in preventing the illegal killing of black rhinos as well as uplifting the lives of local communities through the Rhino Ranger Program.
It was indeed an honor to have worked with you and the Rhino Rangers."
Chief of Party Head of Program,
Combatting Wildlife Crime Program (2017-2022)
United States Agency for International Development
Save the Rhino International
“Thanks to Save the Rhino Trust’s expert knowledge and the organisation’s position as a trusted partner to local communities and government agencies, it plays a crucial role in Namibian rhino conservation. We have proudly supported the Trust’s efforts since our formation in the early 1990s. Throughout this time, despite much change and many significant challenges - including the intense poaching crisis and extreme droughts – Save the Rhino Trust has remained committed to its core mission. Its day-to-day work to protect and monitor free-roaming black rhinos is impressive, and its continued dedication to rhino conservation is hugely appreciated." - Cathy Dean, CEO, Save the Rhino International