One of the largest photo print fundraisers returns: PRINTS FOR WILDLIFE is coming back with over 150 globally renowned photographers supporting conservationRead Press Release
The Wyss Foundation Commits $108M to Secure Protected Areas in AfricaRead Press Release
Garamba National Park: Community Development Project to Bring Solar Energy to 14,000 Households and Small Enterprises in Haut-Uélé Province, DRCRead Press Release
Bazaruto Archipelago National Park in Mozambique Celebrates 50th Year AnniversaryRead Press Release
The Official Launch of the Legacy Landscapes Fund for Biodiversity ConservationRead Press Release
Prince Harry and African Parks Make an Earth Day Appeal for Protected Areas in AfricaRead Press Release
The Government of Zambia to Boost the Protection of Kafue National ParkRead the press release
2020 Year in Review
"I am cautiously optimistic that protecting nature will now take on new meaning to decision makers, the voting public, and for the people who are living on the frontlines who during this economic collapse, are surviving off the very nature we are protecting." - Peter Fearnhead, CEO, African Parks
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African Parks in the News
One of the largest photo print fundraisers returns: PRINTS FOR WILDLIFE is coming back with over 150 globally renowned photographers supporting conservationSource: African Parks
After raising US$660,200 in 2020 for non-profit African Parks, "Prints for Wildlife” is returning in 2021 with even more photographers & prints on offer
Source: African Parks & European Union & Wildlife Conservation Society
Le 16 juin à 16h10, le Fonds Fiduciaire pour la République centrafricaine, Fonds Bêkou, organise un débat sur la conservation dans les États Fragiles...
Source: Garamba National Park
Garamba National Park has launched a solar energy programme, constructing two solar mini-grids to supply electricity to two towns, Faradje and Tadu, the first to...
Source: The Wyss Foundation & African Parks
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