Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary

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Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary

The N/a’an ku sê Foundation is proud to announce its newest project, the Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary. The Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary assists and cares for rhinos or elephants that have been injured or orphaned in incidents of poaching.

The facility is equipped with holding pens, trucks, crates and veterinary equipment, and has a full-time veterinarian available. Animals that come to the facility will be cared for until they are fit and ready to be returned to their places of origin.

The Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary was opened by Angelina and her children during their 2017 visit to Namibia. Angelina Jolie has been friends with Marlice and Rudie van Vuuren for over 16 years. Shiloh, Angelina Jolie’s daughter who was born in Namibia, was delighted to see how the sanctuary will assist and care for injured rhinos and elephants. The Sanctuary is a collaboration between N/a’an ku sê, the Jolie-Pitt Foundation and the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.

Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary

The N/a’an ku sê Foundation is proud to announce its newest project, the Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary. The Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary assists and cares for rhinos or elephants that have been injured or orphaned in incidents of poaching.

The facility is equipped with holding pens, trucks, crates and veterinary equipment, and has a full-time veterinarian available. Animals that come to the facility will be cared for until they are fit and ready to be returned to their places of origin.

The Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary was opened by Angelina and her children during their 2017 visit to Namibia. Angelina Jolie has been friends with Marlice and Rudie van Vuuren for over 16 years. Shiloh, Angelina Jolie’s daughter who was born in Namibia, was delighted to see how the sanctuary will assist and care for injured rhinos and elephants. The Sanctuary is a collaboration between N/a’an ku sê, the Jolie-Pitt Foundation and the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.