Conservation Memberships

IUCN
The African Conservation Trust is a member of the International Union for the Conservation  of  Nature (IUCN).

The IUCN brings together States, government agencies and a diverse range of non-governmental  organzisations in a unique world partnership: over 1000 Members in all, spread across some 160 countries. It builds on the strengths of its Members, networks and partners to enhance their capacity and to support global alliances to safeguard natural resources at local, regional and global levels.

Project Rhino KZN
African Conservation Trust is a founding member and secretariat  of Project Rhino KZN.

As a result of the ever-increasing numbers of black and white rhinos being poached in South Africa, the need to pool resources and co-ordinate activities has resulted in KwaZulu-Natal’s leading conservation agencies joining forces to fast-track urgently needed anti-poaching and conservation interventions. This association of like-minded organisations, collectively known as Project Rhino, allows for over-arching co-ordination of rhino conservation interventions aimed at eliminating rhino poaching and securing the rhino populations in KZN.
Visit their web page: http://www.projectrhinokzn.org/

USA and UK Registration
The African Conservation Trust is registered to accept donations from tax payers in the United States of America and the United Kingdom, via the American Fund for Charities and the UK Fund for Charities, please see the US and UK Donor page for more information.

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