Poachers and trophy hunters have been calling the shots for donkey’s years in the world-renowned wildlife reserves of Kenya despite the government’s marathon efforts to save the East African country’s rare elephants, rhinoceroses, lions, leopards, buffaloes and giraffes.
But an India-headquartered international non-profit Hindu religious organization promoting spiritual, cultural, and social welfare across the globe has come to their rescue, especially their cubs and calves.
A rhinoceros blinded by poachers. (Supplied)
Women demonstrators at an anti-poaching rally. (Supplied)
The Scottish band of Nairobi’s Swaminarayan sect often raises funds for wildlife conservation. (Supplied)
Blessing in disguise
The Acharya with forest rangers of a wildlife reserve. (Supplied)
The Acharya distributing schoolbags to needy students. (Supplied)