How it all began.

Lee-Anne Yammin (nee Davis) was working as a safari guide for AndBeyond where she was based on Ngala, which lies within the Greater KNP. In 2012 Lee-Anne was directly effected by rhino poaching after she found her first carcass while on safari with her guests. It was at this time that Lee-Anne felt that she had to "do something". Since her job as a guide allowed her to have daily interaction with travellers from all over the world, she realised that she could create a direct link from her guests to the people doing the work on the ground.

Lee-Anne soon got her team of Ngala guides involved in the cause and together they created awareness, and eventually funding for local projects that they found effective to their area of work.

OHNM became a large supporter of the Aerial surveillance project (then know as the Bathawk Project) as well as the K-9 Unit that was developed in early 2018. Because of the relationship that OHNM created with the Southern African Wildlife college over the years, it only seemed fit that they merge.  Thus in March 2019, Lee-Anne announced that, after discussions with the SAWC she would be joining their team.

Lee-Anne continues her work as the campaign manager for Our Horn is not Medicine.

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ABOUT HORN Medicine

Our Horn Is NOT Medicine was founded by Lee-Anne Davis on January 12, 2012.

Contact

South Africa.
Email: ourhornisnotmedicine@gmail.com

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