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Swaco adopts Nawalta in support of Save the Rhino Trust.

                                                               
                                                                  Nawalta recently photographed in his natural habitat.
     

 

The Swaco Group of Companies have been in support of Save the Rhino Trust for many years and have recommitted to helping secure a future for the world’s last truly wild black rhino population again in 2017. Their generous contribution includes N$23 500 as part of our “Adopt a rhino” program and N$10 000 that will be put towards capacity building. Swaco’s symbolic adoption of Nawalta covers the cost of monitoring and protecting him through individual identification for the next year.  Maxi Louis, Save the Rhino Trust’s Chairperson, expressed her gratitude for the contribution and challenged other Namibians to join the fight to help secure the future of Namibia’s rhino.

This past year has been busy for Nawalta.  In June 2016, he was captured by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism team to remove his horn and give him an ear notch.  Removing the horn will help protect him from poachers and the ear notch (just like piercing your ear) will help Save the Rhino Trust identify him easier.  His mother, Nigeria, gave birth to a new calf in January 2017. This was just after Nawalta's 4th birthday, which has forced him to begin a new life on his own and he remains in excellent condition.

Rhinos can be adopted by an individual, a family, a group of friends, a school or a business.

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