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RHINO CONSERVATION AWARDS 2016 WINNERS ANNOUNCED To recognise those that put their lives, and that of their families, on the line to eradicate rhino poaching, Dr Larry Hansen and Miss Xiaoyang Yu founded the Rhino Conservation Awards in 2012, and His Serene Highness Prince Albert II...

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Rhino ambassadors make an impact – Zululand Observer

Rhino ambassadors make an impact The ambassadors spread a positive message of Ubunto and used African cultural song and dance to add vibrancy to every event. December 7, 2015 The youth ambassadors - Monique Theron, Phelisa Matyolo, Jared Robinson, Jacome Pretorius,Emma van der Meulen, Richard Mabanga, Nadav Ossendryver...

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Vietnam – OGC Student Exchange Program

DAY 1 – Friday 23rd October 2015 – Departure Day   Our very own, Monique Theron set off for O R Tambo International Airport to join a delegation of youth from Project Rhino and fly to Hanoi, Vietnam. Excitement and anticipation levels ran high as these young...

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US Embassy South Africa – Monique Theron traveling to Vietnam

US Embassy South Africa Photo 2015-10-26 14:00 US Embassy South Africa Oct 26, 2015, 4:00 PM (From: Source) The Pretoria News on Saturday featured 15-year old Monique Theron, a Johannesburg, South Africa teen whose organization children4conservation and U.S.-based One More Generation are partnering to fight #wildlifetrafficking. Monique recently left South...

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Action for Nature 2015 Winners

Action for Nature 2015 Winners Age Group 13-16 Monique Theron, 3rd Place, Age 15, South Africa One Million Footprints For African Wildlife [vc_row][vc_column width="1/3"] [/vc_column][vc_column width="2/3"] Monique is a passionate young individual with an inborn desire to make a difference to the environment by engaging other Youth in learning about the...

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1,000,000 Footprints – 9 schools in the Nkomazi District

Driven by three Non-Profit Companies, namely, One More Generation, Dance To Be Wild and Children4Conservation,“1,000,000 Footprints to Save Africa” has launched an exciting campaign intended to uplift and inspire the youth of Africa and the World to unite together in a stand to save the...

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School children get involved

In their quest to get more schools and school children involved in the 1 000 000 Footprints to Save Africa Campaign,  One More Generation, Dance to be Wild and Children4Conservation took 18 school children from around Nkomazi  to tour Kruger National Park on Saturday 25th...

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Nkomazi schools participate in 1,000,000 Footprints – News

NKOMAZI – Learners from nine primary schools in the Nkomazi Local Municipality will join children of the world in marking 1 000 000 footprints against the continued exploitation and destruction of Africa’s natural resources. “We are asking kids from the entire world to place their footprints...