Our most successful campaign to date focused on Seha, the wounded warrior. Working with Saving the Survivors, we raised enough money to not only move Seha to a larger, wilder home but to also purchase two breeding-age females to accompany him! In December 2021 the females, named Tshilidzi (“Grace” in Tshivenda, the language in the region) and Dakalo, (meaning “Joy”) were moved within the Marataba reserve to a 2,000 hectare protected area. We call them Tshilli and Dako for short and are thrilled for Seha to join them in mid-January. He will begin his new life with Grace and Joy at his side.