Read more +03 August 2018 in Community, Conservation, Updates, Volunteers
As always, community projects are constantly on the go. This month, the volunteers played a huge part in assisting with the development of the vegetable garden at Chizungu school, and educating the community members on permaculture. This is such a valuable project empowering women and children with long term sustainability skills.
Read more +09 March 2018 in Community, Conservation, Rhino, Volunteers
Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation would like to express our gratitude to Steve Potter from Apple Crumble Macintosh Service and Support who so kindly donated an Apple Computer to our local Numwa School. This extremely generous donation was facilitated by one of our ex-volunteers, Rose Dunne. A very special women who volunteered at Imire last year and
Read more +21 January 2018 in Community, Conservation, Imire Lodge, Rhino, Volunteers
Calling all Travel Bloggers! Are you passionate about Africa? Do you want to help drive #Community and #Wildlife Conservation programmes? Do you love to travel and gain an array of once in a lifetime experiences for minimal cost? Look no further! Imire: Rhino & Wildlife Conservation is looking for passionate and creative people to come
Read more +01 November 2017 in Conservation, Rhino
A picture is worth a thousand words. Imire: Rhino & Wildlife Conservation is incredibly excited to announce the birth of our first ever white rhino calf. Moments like these are what we live and work for!
Read more +28 August 2017 in Conservation, Rhino
Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation have been working closely on project Murwi with Extremus K9 over the last 8 months, with the incredible support of Harare International School to purchase and train a highly trained Dutch Shepherd dog, to assist us in our anti-poaching and tracking operations. Phase 1 of our own operational dual role Dog
Read more +03 August 2017 in Community, Rhino
Our community have been generously assisted by Susan Janetti of the Zimbabwe Gecko Society, and her wonderful Canadian Team of volunteers, in the building of a brand-new, fully functioning Vocational Centre. The centre is packed to the hilt with incredible machinery, supplies and resources and offers local men and women a multitude of carpentry and