MEET THE 2015/2016 AMBASSADORS
Vietnam, the rhino need your help. You can be the hero. The choice is yours. It starts with sharing information, fighting against false beliefs, and spreading the message as far as possible and to as many people as you can.
Rhino horn has no medicinal benefits. It is no aphrodisiac. Using it as a status symbol, or for any other reason, means you are supporting the killing of an already endangered species. These are facts.
It’s not too late. Your actions can be the turning point for the rhino.
On September 21, 2017, the Wilderness Foundation Africa team in Vietnam, along with 8 of the Wild Rhino Youth Ambassadors and various local NGOs came together to raise awareness of World Rhino Day, with support from the American Center of the U.S Consulate Ho Chi Minh...read more
Newly appointed Wild Rhino Youth Ambassador, Phan le Ha Long from The American School (TAS), recently took part in a wilderness trail in the iMfolozi Game Reserve, South Africa. On returning home, Peter produced a video in which he shares his emotional journey....read more