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As a charitable trust, Rhino Ark depends on the support of well-wishers who share our vision, mission and passion. Besides financial donations, we therefore invite people to contribute in any other way they can by learning about our work and sharing what they learn with the world.

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Rhino Ark is a charitable trust and our success in developing sustainable solutions to the threats facing mountain forest ecosystems in Kenya is anchored in the support we get from donors. We would like you to be part of our mission and success.

 
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Our Approach

 

Rhino Ark is concerned with the holistic approach in the conservation of mountain forest ecosystems that comprise Kenya’s water towers.

 

Our approach is embodied in the philosophy “Humans in harmony with habitat and wildlife”, and propagated though effective partnerships with stakeholders.

 

At the core of our success is the support of our friends, whose donations make our work possible. Our work is anchored in three key values:

  • Protection of ecosystem integrity by fostering harmony between humans and wildlife
  • Full involvement of and participation by local communities
  • Formation of effective partnerships

Our strategy

 

We seek to create a ‘win-win’ equilibrium that balances the needs of local communities with the goal of protecting nature through:

  • Conservation of precious indigenous forests.
  • Creation of a sustainable and harmonious environment that enables people and wildlife to coexist.
  • Provision of sustainable programmes tailored to create income generation for forest edge communities as a way of encouraging them to support conservation.
  • Mobilization of local and international stakeholders to promote conservation.
  • Raising funds and other forms of support to cater for management requirements of the ecosystems.
  • Involvement of the wider society, especially forest edge communities, in the management of the ecosystems through public-private partnerships.
  • Safeguarding against illegal exploitation of the ecosystems.