Category: Awareness

09.15.2020

2020 State Of The Rhino

The impacts of COVID-19 have been felt across the world. We hope that you and your loved ones are safe…View Full Release »

05.01.2020

Reserve Relief Fund to Provide COVID-19 Emergency Support for Rhino Protection

Cinco de Rhino has always been about celebrating conservation victories for rhinos while raising awareness and funds for their continued…View Full Release »

04.28.2020

Cinco de Rhino Takes the Party Online

For the last several years, May 5th has been celebrated as Cinco de Rhino, a day when Team Rhino would…View Full Release »

03.20.2020

What it Means to be Critically Endangered

The IUCN has just issued a Red List update for African rhinos. Black rhino numbers have steadily been increasing since…View Full Release »

02.20.2020

Open Letter Calls for Stronger Wildlife Trade Enforcement in Vietnam

Demand-reduction for rhino horn is one of the many intervention strategies in the fight against rhino poaching. IRF supports demand-reduction…View Full Release »

01.21.2020

Looking Forward: IRF’s Vision, Mission, and Core Values

More than 30 years ago, intense, organized poaching was decimating Zimbabwe’s black rhino population at an alarming rate. In response,…View Full Release »

06.03.2019

We’re teaming up with Dave Matthews Band and Prizeo!

Starting today, when you donate to Bama Works, supporting The African Community & Conservation Foundation and International Rhino Foundation on…View Full Release »

05.17.2019

New Strategic Partners Join the Effort to Save Sumatran Rhinos

Last World Rhino Day we announced the launch of Sumatran Rhino Rescue, a groundbreaking collaboration between five of the world’s…View Full Release »

05.01.2019

Javan Rhino Found Dead- But There’s Still Hope for the Species

Yesterday, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry in Indonesia announced the death of a Javan rhino in Ujung Kulon National Park….View Full Release »

04.25.2019

Rhino Populations At the Tipping Point

Rhino populations are at the tipping point, barely keeping up with devastating losses from poaching. In Africa, criminals killed more…View Full Release »