Save The Rhino International Save the Rhino International works to conserve genetically viable populations of critically endangered rhinoceros species in the wild, by providing financial and in-kind support for rhino- and community-based projects in Africa and Asia.
Fauna & Flora InternationalFauna & Flora International supports conservation projects around the world, building partnerships to ensure local ownership, save species from extinction, protect habitats from destruction and encourage sustainable development
Darwin InitiativeThe Darwin Initiative assists countries that are rich in biodiversity but poor in financial resources to meet their objectives under one or more of the three major biodiversity Conventions: the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD); the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES); and the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), through the funding of collaborative projects which draw on UK biodiversity expertise. There are currently 143 active Darwin projects working in 95 countries around the world. Over two thirds of projects are located in tropical zones of Africa, Asia and South America, reflecting current threats to internationally recognised global biodiversity “hotspots” in the tropics
Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU) WildCRU achieves practical solutions to conservation problems, through original scientific research of the highest calibre. They also train committed conservation scientists to conduct research, and to put scientific knowledge into practice. They participate in the implementation of many conservation projects and embrace the need to educate and involve a wider public to achieve lasting solutions.
Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management AuthorityOur mission is to conserve Zimbabwe’s wildlife heritage through effective, efficient and sustainable sutilisation of natural resources for the benefit of present and future generations and stakeholders.
The WILD FoundationThe WILD Foundation works internationally to: * Protect and sustain wilderness and wildlife while integrating the needs of human communities. * Communicate the many values of wilderness areas, as places of great social, spiritual, scientific and economic significance, and as places that inspire the best of human potential. * Catalyze conservation leadership and build conservation capacity.
SAVE the African Rhino Foundation SAVE the African Rhino Foundation, based in Perth, Australia, has been supporting rhino conservation in Zimbabwe since the “rhino wars” of the 1980s/90s. It helped rebuild rhino populations during the “good years”, but is now witness to the current rhino killing spree that started around 2006 and still continues unabated. As one top-ranking official in the National Parks of Zimbabwe said in 2004: “If it were not for the SAVE African Rhino Foundation, the black rhinoceros would be extinct in Zimbabwe by now”. This has been achieved with grassroots support, a loyal membership base and the assistance of SARF’s patrons.
Species Survival Commission / Cat Specialist Group The IUCN SSC/CSG brings together more than 200 of the world’s leading cat experts, including scientists, wildlife managers and conservationists from 50 countries who are dedicated to advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species.
The Wilderness Action Group The Wilderness Action Group fosters the enduring wilderness of southern Africa and elsewhere for its value to the present and future generations, together with people.
Biodiversity Foundation for Africa The BFA is committed to conserving Afrotropical biodiversity through the improvement of scientific knowledge and its incorporation in the planning process.
iWay Africa (e-mail hosting)
Toyota Zimbabwe (Leopard project vehicle)
Chisipite Junior School (Rhino project)
Pan African Mining (Zimbabwe) (Parks Support)
Printworks Zimbabwe (Printing of Mana Pools information leaflet)
Redan Petroleum (Zimbabwe) (Fuel for all operations)
Taita Trading (Zimbabwe) (Tyres- Parks support)
CONSERVATION ORGANISATIONS AND NGOS
AWARE Trust http://www.awaretrust.org
Campfire Association http://www.campfirezimbabwe.org
Conservation Lower Zambezi http://conservationlowerzambezi.org
The Tashinga Initiative http://www.thetashingainitiative.org
Zambezi River Authority http://www.zaraho.org.zm
Zimbabwe Flora (M A Hyde) http://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw
ATTA (African Travel & Tourism Association) http://www.atta.travel
The African Fisherman Magazine http://www.fishermanmag.com
Wild Zambezi http://www.wildzambezi.com