Who we work with

A major focus of the STWR work has been to create a collaborative platform bringing together stakeholders and to encourage cooperation for tackling crime and rhino poaching.

We are very grateful to work with all our stakeholders in order to save and protect rhino and we would like to acknowledge all the amazing work they all do.

STWR Stakeholders include:

  1. Waterberg Security Initiative
  2. Greater Marakele Security Cluster
  3. Rooiberg Bewaria
  4. Tambotie Overyssel Ondersteunings Groep
  5. Welgevonden Game Reserve
  6. Marakele National Park
  7. Marataba Section of Marakele National Park
  8. Shambala Game Reserve
  9. Mokolo Nature Reserve
  10. South African National Parks
  11. Local Community Police Forums (CPFs)
  12. South African Police (SAPs)
  13. Endangered Wildlife Unti (SAPs Unit)
  14. Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET)
  15. Welgevonden Reaction Unit
  16. Security Interest Groups (SIGs)
  17. com
  18. Waterberg Tourism
  19. Waterberg Biosphere Reserve
  20. Waterberg Nature Conservancy
  21. Waterberg Living Museum
  22. Welgevonden Environmental Awareness Program
  23. Rhino Pride Foundation

our donors

We would like to also express our sincere gratitude to all our donors without them we would not be able to do the work we do.

Over the years we have had many individuals donate, collectively they have provided more than R3.6 million and we are eternally grateful for all donations both small and large, every penny counts.

If you want to donate please see our donate page, we now have new ways to donate including PayPal and Patreon.

Supporting organisations

We would also like to make a special mention of our supporters who have provided specific grants that have provided funds for specific projects, especially for security infrastructure and equipment.

  • Tusk (UK)
  • The Waterberg Trust (UK)
  • Mapula Trust
  • Marataba Community Conservation Fund
  • Shambala Game Reserve
  • Goldman Sachs Gives

Cooperation, collaboration and impact