Porini Conservancies Rangers Programme

As the conservancies have grown, so has the need for more rangers, who are the backbone in ensuring wildlife and habitat security.

The company continues to increase the number of rangers as required, but rangers need equipment such as uniforms, two-way radio transceivers, GPS devices, binoculars, smartphones and tablets for wildlife data gathering, motorbikes and vehicles to fulfill their duties.


The expansion of this programme requires your assistance; sufficient rangers per unit are directly translated into better protection of both habitat and wildlife.

In our conservancies, an expansion of this programme means that the community sees a direct rise in their employment levels as we employ 100% of our rangers from within our partner communities.



Your donation toward the rangers programme will assist us with payments for equipment, wages, uniforms, rations and training which enable the rangers to be more effective in their day-to-day activities.

• Wages: US $ 115 per month

• 1 x Uniform – US $ 55

Donations for the equipment below are also appreciated:

• 1 x Two-way radio – US $ 80 – 290

• 1 x Motorbike – US $ 1,000 – 3,400 (depending on brand)

• 1 x Handheld GPS unit – US $ 170

• 1 x Binoculars – US $ 150

• 1 x Smartphone – US $ 85

• 1 x Tablet – US $ 320


Please click here if you wish to make a donation. We will contact you by return email to arrange for your contribution to be collected by credit / debit card (Visa or Mastercard) via our secure online payment system.

Thank you!


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