More than 88% of IRF’s funds go directly to local staff and partners who implement rhino conservation programs in India, Nepal, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Eswatini, Namibia, Zambia and Vietnam.
Responding to a global crisis in rhino conservation
In response to the global crisis in rhino conservation, the International Rhino Foundation protects particularly threatened rhino populations in the wild, while also supporting applied research that can help to improve the chances for long-term survival of all rhino species. We have already made great strides in preventing further declines of these magnificent animals and turning rhino population trends around in the areas in which we work.
IRF focuses program support in six key areas: