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We are pleased to share that African Parks has just signed a 20-year agreement with the Government of Zimbabwe for the management of Matusadonha National Park.Learn More
African Parks welcomes our President, HRH The Duke of Sussex to Liwonde National Park, MalawiRead More
Five Endangered Black Rhinos from European Zoos have made a Historic Move to Akagera National Park in RwandaFollow their Journey Here
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African Parks in the News
Protecting the World’s Most Trafficked Mammal: Tikki Hywood Foundation and African Parks Join Forces for PangolinsSource: African Parks
Source: African Parks
In one of the largest international black rhino translocations to date, WWF South Africa, African Parks, Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) and...
Source: National Geographic
The headquarters at Zakouma National Park, in southeastern Chad, is a sand-colored structure with a crenellated parapet that gives it the look of an old desert...
Source: African Parks
Harare, Zimbabwe: The Government of Zimbabwe and conservation non-profit African Parks signed a 20-year agreement on Friday November 1st for the management of the iconic...