NWSS was started in 2006 and specializes in Anti-Rhino Poaching.
They have a team of well trained and disciplined field rangers who are deployed to Nature Reserves to protect rhino populations.
NTTA was started in 2012 and offers specialised training in Anti-Rhino poaching and Rhino monitoring. They are also involved with a learner program where previously disadvantaged and/or unemployed people from the neighbouring rural areas are offered training and prospective employment opportunities.
NWSS’s aim is to provide extensive ground coverage and security on reserves with Rhino populations and increase the rate of detection and capture of suspected poachers.
They also add an aerial component to the operation using a Microlight Aircraft for aerial rhino monitoring as well as general security surveillance.
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