Care for Wild Africa Rhino Sanctuary
The Care for Wild Africa Rhino Sanctuary is located in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa and specializes in capturing and caring for threatened species. In particular, Care for Wild plays a critical role in the protection and rehabilitation of orphaned rhino coming from the Kruger region of South Africa. A team of specialized staff, veterinary doctors, volunteers and management team members work at the wildlife care and rehabilitation centre to provide the necessary support, maintenance and supervision that young orphan rhinos require.
Although Care for Wild specializes in the care of rhinos, they also rescue orphaned, abandoned, injured or displaced reptiles, mammals and indigenous birds. Certified veterinarians regularly visit the center to check up on the animals, while volunteers keep the facilities clean and the animals fed. Currently, Care for Wild is the largest rhino orphanage in the world. At the sanctuary, Empowers Africa was joined by members from Disunity The Film and Black Bean Productions. They were able to witness, first hand, the incredible work that is being done to save and rehabilitate these beautiful creatures.