MORE THAN 5,000 RHINOS HAVE BEEN POACHED IN SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 2010. ONE RHINO IS KILLED EVERY 6 HOURS. RHINOS WILL BE EXTINCT IN THE WILD BY 2024, IF WE DO NOT ACT NOW.

OH VOILÀ Rhino Bracelet Made from Shweswhe fabric, wrap once around wrist and tie two knots to close... Product #: TARP012 Regular price: $25.00 $25.00 In Stock

OH VOILÀ Rhino Bracelet

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Made from Shweswhe fabric, wrap once around wrist and tie two knots to close. The bracelet includes a nickel free alloy charm of a rhino. This beautiful bracelet is custom made for The Australian Rhino Project by formerly underpriveliged women in South Africa. Shweshwe – The tartan of South Africa: this fabric was introduced to South Africa with German settlers in the 19th century, but over time Xhosa women, who took a liking to the stiff indigo-dyed fabric, replaced their animal skin clothes with Shweshwe. Until today it is still used for traditional ceremonies. All original Shweshwe material is now produced in South Africa, still using the original process of feeding the fabric through copper rollers that have been lightly brushed with a weak acid solution and etched with intricate designs.

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You can help The Australian Rhino Project in so many ways. If we are to achieve our goal of having a secure breeding herd of rhinos in Australia, we will require funding, so any donation that you can make will be extremely welcome.

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Ray Dearlove Steps Down

28/11/16 | The Australian Rhino Project team and board would like to advise that Ray Dearlove has stepped down from his position on the board and from the operational team of the Australian Rhino Project for personal reasons. Ray will remain a member of the organisation.

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"I have to thank you for being dedicated in this project, and the invaluable experience working with you deeply changed my understanding of human responsibility. I sincerely wish that Australian Rhino Project will not only save rhinos, but also further change the way people think in terms of their capability and responsibility to actively protect the world."     ALEX WENGZHIWEN - University of Sydney Business School Student 2013. Alex lives in China

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