Small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) delivery remains a bottleneck for RNA interference (RNAi) – based therapies in the clinic. In the present study, a fusion protein with two cell-penetrating peptides (CPP), Hph1–Hph1, and a double-stranded RNA binding domain (dsRBD), was constructed for the siRNA delivery: dsRBD was designed to bind siRNA, and CPP would subsequently transport the dsRBD/siRNA complex into cells. We assessed the efficiency of the fusion protein, Hph1–Hph1–dsRBD, as a siRNA carrier. Calcium-condensed effects were assessed on GAPDH and green fluorescent protein (GFP) genes by western blot, real time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR), and flow cytometry analysis invitro. Evaluations were also made in an invivo heart transplantation model. The results demonstrated that the fusion protein, Hph1–Hph1–dsRBD, is highly efficient at delivering siRNA invitro, and exhibits efficiency on GAPDH and GFP genes similar to or greater than lipofectamine. Interestingly, the calcium-condensed effects dramatically enhanced cellular uptake of the protein–siRNA complex. Invivo, Hph1–Hph1–dsRBD transferred and distributed ^ targeted siRNA throughout the whole mouse heart graft. Together, these results indicate that Hph1–Hph1–dsRBD has potential as an siRNA carrier for applications in the clinic or in biomedical research.