Rhino Disharmony Lunches Saviour Army to Combat Rhino Poaching

Rhino Disharmony

THE SAVIOURS’ ARMY, A NEW INITIATIVE BY RHINO DISHARMONY, CONFRONTS RHINO POACHING WITH A UNITED FRONT AND INFLUENTIAL SUPPORT. THE CAMPAIGN LAUNCH, FEATURING MUSIC, ART, AND FASHION. IT AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE PLIGHT OF KRUGER RHINOS. NEWMARK HOTELS ALSO COLLABORATES TO ADDRESS THE ALARMING DECLINE IN THE RHINO POPULATION.

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In February 2024, Rhino Disharmony, a non-profit organization, will be launch the Saviour’s Army, a fresh initiative to raise rhino poaching awareness. The event, slated for Monday, February 12, will unfold at the Winchester Hotel in Sea Point, offering an exclusive platform for the cause.

Image credit: Elie Benistant 

Rhinos’ Cry: A Call for Unity

Under the banner “Will you stand with us?” the Saviours’ Army champions a unified front against rhino poaching, leveraging the expansive reach of social media influencers and prominent figures in the creative sectors. This strategic approach forms the bedrock of the campaign’s outreach.

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The launch promises an immersive blend of music, art, and fashion, serving as a vibrant showcase for rhino conservation, education, and community engagement. It aims to captivate audiences and ignite passion for the cause among diverse demographics.

The Greater Kruger Environmental Protection Foundation (GKEPF) will provide crucial insights into the ground reality of the rhino crisis. Highlighting rhino protection as a global imperative, GKEPF underscores the profound impact of present-day human actions on the fate of species for future generations.

Grammy-winning music composer Harold Faltermeyer will headline the event, adding star power to the evening. Attendees will witness the debut of a Rhino Disharmony video crafted by Dylan Boerstra, alongside compelling photography by Elie Benistant. Additionally, models from Boss Models Cape Town will showcase rhino-themed scarves created by the children of Lalela.

About Rhino Disharmony

Motivated by a tragic rhino poaching incident in 2014 at Motswari Private Game Reserve, Rhino Disharmony emerged. Marion Geiger-Orengo and Fabrice Orengo de Lamazière founded the organization to contribute to rhino preservation.

The Saviours’ Army launch, also supported by Newmark Hotels, seeks to raise awareness about the dire situation of Kruger Rhinos. With a population decline of 77% in eight years, only 2061 rhinos remain. Rhino Disharmony’s powerful initiative strives to inspire a global commitment to protect these majestic creatures.

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