Project Red is joining forces with Saving the Survivors in our fight to help protect critically endangered wildlife in Africa.

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Project Red

A NEW BREED OF ANTI POACHING. The time for sitting around and talking has long past. The majority of endangered animals are continuing to decline or be butchered through human greed. Project Red is here to make a difference – to do this we need your help. #TIMEFORACTION

Help us raise funds or donate to make a real difference, help us win the battle on the ground, placing our elite K9 anti-poaching units where they are needed the most protecting our most vulnerable species

Our Mission

Our founder, Paul Naden is a man on a mission, to stop poaching. Project Red works with esteemed partners who achieve real results and actually stop the poachers. Investing in K9 Anti Poaching Units across South Africa, we train and deploy specialist anti-poaching dogs to squads across Africa protecting the endangered.

Paul personally funds the charity’s running costs, it is his passion, dedication and commitment that ensures 100% of all funds raised go directly to helping resolve these critical issues.

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2 weeks ago

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It’s not just Rhino and Elephant that need our help. There are so many species of African wildlife that are endangered due to humans.

The African Wild Dog is one of the most at risk. Follow Saving The Survivors for updates on our work with all endangered animals.

#timeforactionSouth Africa's most endangered carnivore - the African wild dog.
Last week we assembled a team in Northern Limpopo to capture 6 female dogs for relocation to Kwa-Zulu Natal. Dr Zoe Glyphis from Saving The Survivors, Rinel Hugo, Dr Rowan Leeming from Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, Cole du Plessis from the Endangered Wildlife Trust, and PJ Roberts from Wildlife ACT - Focused Conservation captured the dogs. Wild dog captures can be extremely tricky as they are extremely fast, intelligent and small - It took us almost 8 hours to catch the 6 dogs!

Keep an eye open for further updates on this pack of dogs - they are destined for great things!

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3 weeks ago

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Fantastic news! The Rhino who was poached but then saved by Saving The Survivors is going to be a Dad!

This is exactly why we support these guys! Not only have they saved the poached Rhino, but now he has gone on to father more! Brilliant news!

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Last week Team #SavingTheSurvivors carried out our 3rd procedure on #Thembi the #poached White #Rhino cow!

Thanks to Dr Ryan van Deventer from #WildlifeSolutions & Mike Ross from #HelicopterWildlifeServices for assisting us!

Team #SavingTheSurvivors performed a follow-up treatment on Thembi the #rhino. We are happy to report that her #wound is greatly improved & she is breathing normally.

Her calf is healthy & our procedure to treat her facial injury went very well!


Less than a month left to Dine For #Rhino in #Sydney, #Australia! You don't want to miss it!

Tickets are selling out fast, so get yours NOW -

#SavingTheSurvivors #WildSupport #DineForRhino

Team STS was called out to capture 3 #cheetah. Dr @zoeglyphis & the reserve staff managed to locate & capture the cheetah in record time. They will be relocated to improve genetic diversity.

Thanks #FordWildlife, Steve & Perry Dell, Rinel Hugo, & reserve staff for assisting us!


South Africa's most #endangered #carnivore - the #AfricanWildDog

Last week Dr @zoeglyphis from @SavingSurvivors, Rinel Hugo, Dr Rowan Leeming from @EZEMVELOKZNWild, Cole du Plessis from @TheEWT & PJ Roberts from @wildlifeact captured 6 dogs in Limpopo for #relocation to KZN!

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