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Sabi Sands Rangers support — Maintenance Equipment

UBUNTU WILDLIFE TRUST is looking to raise £670 to purchase a washing machine for the Sabi Sands Ranger Barracks. Even though this piece of equipment is part of our everyday lives, they are in fact vital to the efficiency of the counter poaching units’ day-to-day operations.
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About the cause

Noctuam operate counter poaching operations throughout South Africa.

In the month of October 2017, five rhinos were brutally killed in one of the areas they operate within the greater Kruger National Park. The poachers all got away with approximately $800,000 worth of illegal rhino horns, leaving the rangers, managers and support staff within the unit heartbroken.

Since that day their ranger team have been deployed on 24-hour standby in the operational areas where they vary between Rapid Response and Long-Range Reconnaissance Operations where the rangers operate for up to ten days at a time with little to no support. The work is extremely intense and hard on both the equipment and those that stand guard.

Noctuam are seeking donations for maintenance equipment to support their Sabi Sands Ranger Barracks. After the Rangers return from their long-range operations, they only have a few days to receive medical attention, rest, shower and especially, wash and maintain their uniforms and gear.

Even though a washing machine is part of our everyday lives, they are in fact vital to the efficiency of the counter poaching units’ day-to-day operations.

If you would like to consider donating to this cause to help make the Rangers very challenging job, just a little bit easier, please click ‘donate’ today. Any help is appreciated, no matter how small it may seem.



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December 03, 2020

rangers with donated washing machineUBUNTU WILDLIFE TRUST successfully raised £670 to purchase a washing machine for the Sabi Sands Ranger Barracks. This piece of equipment is vital to the efficiency of the counter poaching units’ day-to-day operations. Thank you to everyone who kindly donated to this project. 

September 22, 2020

Charity event at The Thirsty Farmer, Whimple, Exeter with the Secret Chef helped to complete this project by their kind donation.  
What a truly fantastic evening we had at our 5 course charity dinner on the evening of Tuesday 22nd September and what a brilliant turnout. Thanks to The Thirsty farmer for hosting the evening and a special thank you to the very talented Marc Slater and his head chef Millie for all their hard work.
 
Following on from the evening, The Thirsty Farmer have kindly donated £400.00.
This has allowed us to complete this project raising funds to purchase the commercial washing machine for the rangers in Sabi Sands, Greater Kruger.
 
We would also like to thank everyone who attended and those who donated on the night. We hope you enjoyed the great speech from our Trustee, Jemma Louise Hearn about Rhino’s for World Rhino Day, the emotional speech from Marc and the various interactions with the Secret Chef. Also s special thanks to Jacques Vermeulen and Jannes Kirsten from Exeter Chiefs for attending and showing their support. Mart

August 19, 2020

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