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Contacts & Credits
This website is produced and maintained as a means to disseminate information generated by the SADC Regional Programme for Rhino Conservation. The materials and information presented are for educational and public awareness purposes.

The programme is funded by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Directorate General for Development Cooperation.

The SADC Regional Programme for Rhino Conservation is coordinated from Harare, Zimbabwe, where the CESVI Zimbabwe office and IUCN-ROSA are based. The SADC-Wildlife Sector Technical Coordinating Unit is based in Lilongwe, Malawi


SADC Wildlife Sector Technical Coordinating Unit
Box 30131, 3 Lilongwe, Malawi 

Tel: 265-757584/743675  fax:265 740367/743676                         


CESVI Zimbabwe Office
29 Northwood Rise, Mt Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe
tel: 263-4-882243, 884492 fax 263-4-882243


Dr Rob Brett, SADC Rhino Programme Coordinator
6 Lanark Road Belgravia PO Box 745 Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: 263-4-728266-7  fax: 263-4-720738


This web site is maintained by CESVI on behalf of the Programme.

The site is designed and maintained by Giuseppe Daconto, Environmental Advisor with CESVI Harare office.


This web site is meant to provide information on the SADC Regional Programme for Rhino Conservation. The information, opinions and materials presented herewith do not necessarily reflect the official views of any of the organisations involved, including the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SADC, CESVI, IUCN-ROSA, WWF-SARPO, AfRSG or governments of SADC member countries.


The information and material included in these web pages arecompiled from a number of sources and rely on the work of several people and institutions involved with the Programme. We have attempted to provide due credits throughout the site: should you find (involuntary) omissions or oversights, please do let the website administrator know.

Photographs shown in this web site were provided by Rob Brett, Raoul du Toit and Giuseppe Daconto.

The background pages on the African rhinoceros have drawn heavily on the work by Emslie, R and Brooks, M. (1999). African Rhino. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. IUCN/SSC African Rhino Specialist Group, IUCN. The publication can be downloaded as a .pdf file form the AfRSG web site.

The site programming and development is by WebDev Zimbabwe.

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