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It is not just in Zimbabwe where Kamwi’s skills have been valuable for rhino conservation. The Lowveld Rhino Trust has deployed him on missions to locate rhinos and to train local staff in Mozambique, Zambia, Tanzania and Ethiopia. In addition, he found the last surviving black rhino in Akagera National Park, Rwanda, and proved that the reports of black rhinos surviving in Cameroon were based on false information. He and his brother Lawrence also searched, but without success, for the few northern white rhinos that were hoped to be surviving in DRC.

For his long-term role in rhino conservation, Kamwi was recognized as an international conservation hero by the US-based Disney Conservation Fund. Jackson Kamwi is an integral part of the Lowveld Rhino Trust team and we salute his dedication and commitment to saving Zimbabwe’s rhinos.

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