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Wildlife Ranger Challenge
1,000 Rangers, 1 Day, 21,000 km
On October 3rd, over 1,000 of our rangers ran a collective 21,000 km, across 17 parks in Africa as part of the Wildlife Ranger Challenge.
Rwanda, African Parks commit to long-term protection of Nyungwe National ParkLearn More
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Annual Report 2019
New Agreement Signed with the Government of CAR for ChinkoLearn More
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2019 Year in ReviewRead More
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African Parks in the News
Rwandan Government Makes Bold Commitment for the Long-term Protection of Nyungwe National Park in Partnership with African ParksSource: African Parks & Rwanda Development Board
The Government of Rwanda and conservation non-profit African Parks announced Wednesday October 7th the signing of a new agreement for Nyungwe National Park, a commitment which will ensure the sustainable management of the largest expanse of forest in the country...
The Government of Rwanda and conservation non-profit African Parks announced Wednesday October 7th the signing of a new agreement for Nyungwe National Park, a commitment...
Source: African Parks│Rwanda Development Board
Rangers from Rwanda’s Akagera, Volcanoes, Nyungwe and the new Gishwati-Mukura National Parks today joined their colleagues from other African countries in participating in the Wildlife...
Source: African Parks
This World Rhino Day, September 22nd 2020, Malawi heralds encouraging signs of a growing black rhino population as the nation re-emerges as a regionally...
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