Eight-year-old Alyssa Carter has raised over £20,000 towards protecting rhinos in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Here. she meets veteran South African explorer Kingsley Holgate.
Rhinoceroses in Kruger face a growing threat from poachers due to high demand for the horns from East Asia, where they are used in traditional medicine.
Alyssa sells chocolates, and a range of other branded goods, at her school to raise funds, and has been featured on South African TV and radio.
She has raised funds towards two trained sniffer dogs, which will patrol the entrance and exit points to the park, sniffing out poachers' weapons and contraband.
Kruger spans an area of approximately two million hectares and borders two other countries -- making the protection of its inhabitants an ongoing battle.
Carter speaks at schools and business events to raise awareness of the rhinoceros' struggle in the face of poaching.