As the largest black rhino sanctuary in East and Central Africa and home to the world's last two northern white rhinos, Ol Pejeta is one of the most important wildlife conservancies in the world, a vast open wilderness that protects any animal that roam within its 120,000 acres. Under constant threats from poachers and threatened by the financial impact of COVID-19, Ol Pejeta needs support to keep its rhino population thriving. This is where you come in!
As COVID-19 pandemic continue to spread, we are faced with a major and unforeseen global challenge that affects people in all corners of the world. Ol Pejeta is no exception. We pride ourselves for being self-sustainable mostly from tourism but COVID-19 is having an impact on our sustainability model. With global travel restrictions tourism is now severely compromised. The impact is so significant that we won't be able to sustain all our efforts for too long.
Your support today is crucial to keep our rhinos and other wildlife safe and to enable us to continue our community outreach work. It will allow us to keep our personnel employed and provided for our rangers, rhino and chimpanzee caretakers, tourist guides and community outreach officers. It will help us keep core functions of the organisation going. Your contribution is the most valuable thing you can do to protect the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa going during this crisis.
It is the greatest pandemic of our lives. We do not have the revenues at the moment to sustain ourselves. Therefore, your contributions today will help us keep welfare of our wildlife and ecosystem safe and protected. This includes providing the highest level of care in keeping endangered species protected and safe. So support us now to ride the wave.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
The Last Two Northern White Rhinos On Earth
Ol Pejeta's 2019 Annual Report
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