No-one needs an elephant tusk more than an elephant
WELCOME TO ICORP
Helping to protect and conserve vulnerable wildlife & ecosystems
ICORP is a registered Non-Profit Organization that is pioneering integrative, regenerative and community driven solutions to counter-poaching and conservation. We are here to protect and conserve Southern Africa's vulnerable ecosystems, and provide a platform for you to get involved and join the fight with our rangers, as a Guardian of Nature, from anywhere in the world. No Rangers, No Wildlife!
PROTECT . REGENERATE . REWILD
ACRES OF AREA PROTECTED
% DROP IN POACHING AND DEFORESTATION IN AND AROUND THE AREAS WE PROTECT
GUARDIAN OF NATURE
DONATE AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN 2022
ICORP IS FUNDED THROUGH YOUR GENEROSITY
In our modern world we all want to make a difference for the future of our planet. This is your chance! By donating to ICORP you are joining the ranks of our Guardians of Nature, and playing your part in protecting and conserving the future - by sponsoring our rangers to do their jobs. Thank you!
Funding is critical to the continuation of the work we do.
Currently we need to raise a Monthly Amount of
That amount keeps all of us employed, our K9s fed, our community projects on going and expanding our foot print in protecting and conserving Southern Africa's biodiversity.
Badge of Honor
Get your official personalised Guardian of Nature Certificate when you donate.
What people are saying about ICORP
My interactions with this brave group of people has been phenomenal. I constantly see Marc McDonald encouraging the teams and motivates everyone like no other leader I have known. They are always kind, caring and committed and they give much more than they receive. I support ICORP and their volunteers wholeheartedly.
The UN FAO estimate that 10 million hectares of forest were cut down each year; of which South Africa looses around 200 000ha of land a year since 2015.
Rhino are currently on the IUCN Red List as critically endangered. A rhino is killed every 22 hours.
There are only 3,100 wild lions left, in South Africa compared to the hundreds of thousands that roamed the savannah 100 years ago.
Biodiversity, or the variety of all living things on our planet, has been declining at an alarming rate in recent years, mainly due to human activities, such as land use changes, pollution and climate change.
WWF's 2020 Living Planet Report held some alarming news:
The world has seen an average 68% drop in mammal, bird, fish, reptile, and amphibian populations since 1970.
Species extinct 2021 – 2005
Ivory- Billed Woodpecker
Splendid Poison frog
Jalpa False Brook Salamander
Pangolins are the most trafficked mammals. Poachers kill as many as 2.7 million African pangolins every year.
African Elephants are on the IUCN Red List as critically endangered. There are only 350,000 elephants left in Africa (7.5 million in the 1930s)
Unemployment rate in South Africa 46.6%. This has a direct impact on conservation and habitat loss and is ranked 49th most polluted country in the world.