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Anti-poaching, stop the extinction of wildlife

Act now, stop the needless killing

A fundraising campaign for Eco-Mara

Illegal wildlife trade has been going on for years which involves animals from different Continents, Africa, Asia, North America, and South America.

In South Africa the number of rhinos poached began to increase at a steady rate from 2007-2015, 5,061 rhinos were brutally killed. Elephants in Africa are also on a decline of population, according to records an Elephant is killed every 15 min by poachers. In the last 10 years, 110,000 Elephants have been slaughtered for their tusk, which is Ivory. Many other species are in danger also of extinction from poaching.

There are three phases we find extremely important to help with anti-poaching efforts. 

K-9 units
Equipment for survival in the bush
Training for ranger position or anti-poaching unit 

K-9 units have been proven to be beneficial in the capture of poachers. We intend to find the best blood lines of Belgian Malinois in the United States in the working class to use as a brood dog. At the proper age, we will breed her and the puppies will go for training as anti-poaching dogs.

Rangers and anti-poaching units need different types of equipment for survival in the bush, such as camping equipment, night goggles, night scopes, clothing, boots, hats, laptops, two-way radios, watches, handcuffs, first aid kits. These are just a few of the items they need.

The training of rangers and anti-poaching units is extremely important to the survival of wildlife that is in demand by poachers.

Please support us in these endeavors 

About the Organization

It is our Mission to protect and preserve wildlife and sea life by giving young adults the opportunity to receive a scholarship in the area of Conservation/Environmental related degrees. Young adults are the future of our environment, with this opportunity we can implement passionate people to make sure that wildlife and our planet will be protected for future generations. Just in Africa alone there are many countries who have children interested in protecting their natural heritage. Many other countries around the globe also have young adults who are willing to dedicate their life to saving wildlife. Our organization will make sure that every young adult has what it takes to make a difference.
Raising funds for the training of rangers can be beneficial in saving rhinos and elephants from the poaching epidemic in Africa. K-9 units are extremely helpful in tracking and deterring poachers.