08 March 2018

 

The Working Wild Program is an initiative of SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association to advance conservation initiatives of its more than 70 branches across South Africa through partnerships with like-minded organisations and conservation programs.  As conservation is a key objective of the organisation since its inception in 1949, members already participate as volunteers in a variety of conservation initiatives such as:

  • habitat restoration (e.g. alien invasive clearing and re-introductions)
  • conserving threatened habitats and species (e.g. ground hornbill, black footed cat, oribi, etc. – we have more than a thousand ranchers)
  • anti-poaching (e.g. donated more than R300K in the fight against rhino poaching  and many man hours in driving patrols and clearing snares)
  • research (e.g. collection of genetic samples and several citizen science projects)
  • re-introductions (e.g. cheetah on Rietvlei dam NR and Ou Volk)
  • biomonitoring programs (e.g. bird ringing)
  • awareness raising (e.g. arranging talks and outreach activities)
  • support to reputable rehabilitation facilities (e.g. volunteer work)

Through partnerships with SA Hunters and its branches, the numerous successful conservation initiatives by reputable conservation organisations in South Africa, can improve project and conservation impact, whilst also contributing in building the conservation culture within branches. Through participation in the Working Wild Program, partner organisations have access to our more than 40 000 members spread over the length and breadth of the country, that can assist with data collection, citizen science projects, operational presence over fast areas, transport and  communication networks, whilst also having an opportunity to raise awareness through structured  engagements of the branches.

For more information, please contact the Manager Conservation of SA Hunters at:lizanne@sahunt.co.za.

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Die Tinyarhi Bewaringsinisiatief (Tinyarhi) is die bewarings-arm van die SA Jagters- en Wildbewaringsvereniging wat in 1949 tot stand gekom het. Die Vereniging het 37, 000 lede wat by 73 takke regoor Suid-Afrika inskakel. Tinyarhi is by die Suid-Afrikaanse Inkomstediens (SAID) geregistreer as 'n Artikel 18A(1)(a) nie-winsgewende organisasie met registrasienommer 930035936. Ingevolge Artikel 56(1)h van die Wet, kan Tinyarhi sertifikate vir belastingaftrekkings aan skenkers uitreik vir skenkings soos omskryf in Artikel 18A van die Inkomstebelastingwet. Tinyarhi is ook by die Departement van Maatskaplike Ontwikkeling geregistreer as 'n onderneming sonder winsoogmerk, nommer 071-086-NPO en mag BBSEB-sertifikate (Breë Basis Swart Ekonomiese Bemagtiging) aan skenkers uitreik wat nie hulle eie sosio-ekonomiese ontwikkelingsprojekte ingevolge die BBSEB-wetgewing bedryf nie.

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Tinyarhi Conservation Projects (Tinyarhi) is the conservation vehicle for SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association, which was founded in 1949 and has approximately 37, 000 members nationally represented in 73 branches all over South Africa. Tinyarhi is registered with SARS as a Section 18A(1)(a) Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) with registration number 930035936, and is authorised to issue all donors with tax deduction certificates in terms of Section 56(1)h of the Act for relevant donations as described in Section 18A of the Income Tax Act. Tinyarhi is also a Department of Social Development registered non-profit association with registration number, 071-086-NPO and is authorised to issue BBBEE points certificates to donors who do not want to undertake their own socio-economic development projects in terms of BBBEE legislation.

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