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OUR APPROACH

GKEPF collaborates with stakeholders and partners, provides ranger support, air support, training and operational support to poaching activity in the area with the allocation of substantial resources by both the state and private sector. Constant planning, monitoring and action protects global wildlife for future generations.

OUR REACH

GKEPF, along with the participating reserves, assists with protection of the largest concentration of rhinos in the world and covers more than 400,000 ha throughout the Greater Kruger Area, South Africa and into Mozambique.

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Wildlife crime is a continued and ongoing threat to global biodiversity and national economic and environmenatl stability of the area. You can help to protect our rhinos and wildlife for future generations. Donate today.

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NEWS

Burpees for Conservation

March 5th, 2021|Categories: Media, News, Our Donors, Our Stories|

Press release Tshembo Africa Foundation’s “#BurpeesForConservation” Challenge March 4th, 2021 For immediate release Nature guide Bruce ‘Burpee’ Lawson kicks off the #BurpeesForConservation challenge South African wilderness guide and instructor, Bruce Lawson will attempt to perform 30,000 burpees over ten days in a hotel room in Australia while being [...]

DEFF Annual Rhino, Elephant and Wildlife Economy Report

February 26th, 2021|Categories: News, Regulation|

The Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF) report on poaching of wildlife including rhino, elephant, lion and plants, and their progress in the introduction of the wildlife economy. Poaching - Elephants have been poached in the Kruger National Park (KNP) with no prosecutions. There have 72 seizures of [...]

Air Support from Donors

February 15th, 2021|Categories: Air Support, News|

In December 2020 and January 2021, GKEPF was fortunate to enjoy the donation of a helicopter from generous donors. Air support is critical to GKEPF's operations. The helicopter was deployed in both operations and used for training purposes throughout the GKEPF Area.

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