Kruger the Eastern Frontier

Currently 90% of the world white rhino population is living in Kruger National park South Africa, this is where 80% of the current rhino devastation is happening on a yearly basis. This is primarily due to the lack of security on the Krugers Eastern border with Mozambique. Mozambique is a beautiful country with great freedom and stunning natural coast line, however the majority of the population live in savear poverty. Due to this poverty the benifits of rhino poaching outway the risks by far. In November 2013 Be-Art Photography accompanied the IAPF to a reserve in Mozambique bordering with the Kruger National Park. They were crying out for assistance in fighting poachers crossing the border on a daily basis. We have prepared a short documentary from this visit to the reserve which will shock you.