Landscape Awareness and Money Raised through Rhino Charge Event

29 Jun 2017, in Tea - ISLA Kenya participated in this year’s Rhino Charge event as a Venue Check-in Sponsor to increase awareness for forest conservation and increase its visibility at this event which is associated with forest and wild life protection.

Since 1989 the Rhino Charge event has raised funds for the construction of the Aberdare Electric Fence to protect wildlife in the region. This year the annual off-road 4×4 competition was held in Marsabit County on 3rd June 2017 and raised KES 153,499, 914 million that will be used for the conservation and protections of Kenya’s mountain range ecosystems, the so-called “Water Towers”.

As the Rhino Charge event traditionally attracts a lot of attention throughout the region and in the media, ISLA Kenya, participated in this year’s event as a Venue Check-in Sponsor to increase awareness for forest conservation and increase its visibility at this event which is associated with forest and wild life protection. The event is organized by Rhino Ark, one of our co-funding and implementing partners.

Photo Credits: Rhino Ark
Photo credits: Rhino Ark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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