What is the ARR
Animal Rights Reserved Foundation is a family endeavour, founded in 2010 by Margaret Zak, who is dedicated to supporting and protecting wildlife and aiding sustainable community development.
Towards the end of 2010 ARR purchased a fully equipped Land Rover 130 with all equipment necessary for a mobile veterinary unit, which now covers Kenya’s central and northern Rift Valley and often travels as far as the Masai Mara, Tsavo, Ruma and Mt Elgon National Parks.
Animal Rights Reserved caters to many wildlife emergencies, providing urgent help wherever it may be needed. From poaching incidents, through difficult births, to treating infections and diseases, the mobile unit is on 24 hour call.
ARR also runs research projects concerning the surrounding ecosystems and creates methods of improving health and sustainability.
The ARR Reserves comprising 2,000 acres of Kongoni Game Valley and Mundui Estate, both with varying landscapes and a wealth of wild animals, serves as the ideal spot to reintroduce many rescued or relocated animals.
ARR's aims, as a non-profit charity, include the protection, preservation and support of the environment, biodiversity, endangered species, and all related research.
ARR wants to make conservation information freely available to all and to work closely with local communities in order to create a healthy, thriving environment and community.