Join us as we celebrate the Year of Rhino Champions. Each month, we’ll introduce you to a new Rhino Champion – one of the many brave, passionate, committed individuals who work to protect rhinos in their own unique ways – from South African rangers tracking poachers, to Vietnamese volunteers staking out illegal rhino horn traders, to American schoolchildren raising money for rhino conservation.
This month, we are highlighting the work of Vu Thi Quyen, Executive Director and Founder of our partner organization, Education For Nature-Vietnam. Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV) was established in 2000 as Vietnam’s first non-governmental organization focused on the conservation of nature and the protection of the environment. They combat the illegal wildlife trade and creates awareness among the Vietnamese public about the need to protect nature and wildlife. We recently sat down with Quyen for a short interview about her experience working in rhino conservation.
How did you get started in wildlife conservation work?
What are the main challenges your organization faces with rhino conservation and how are you working to overcome them?
What has been your biggest success so far?
How has partnering with IRF helped further your organization’s goals?
What do you feel is most important contribution our readers can make to help save rhinos?
Congratulations to Quyen Vu for being our February Rhino Champion!
Want to become a Rhino Champion? We’ve got you covered. Check back each month and we’ll share a simple action that will enable you to become a Rhino Champion too!
Take the Rhino Pledge!
Unite with fellow rhino lovers from around the world to become a Rhino Champion and help a species win their fight for survival. Join Team Rhino and pledge to stop rhino poaching and commit to preserving the world’s rhinos for future generations.