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13 Giraffe Make Historic Journey to New Home in Majete, MalawiRead More
The Wyss Campaign for Nature commits $1 billion to help protect 30% of the planet by 2030
African Parks Board Member and philanthropist Mr. Hansjörg Wyss's personal commitment to secure a future for the planet
President of Benin Leads High-level Conversation on the Role of Public-Private Partnerships for Conservation in AfricaLearn More
Chad’s New Rhinos Are Thriving in Zakouma National Park
Newly introduced rhinos have been released into Zakouma and are doing well
Akagera Featured by The New York Times
Akagera National Park is defying the odds and people and wildlife are thriving as a result.
Lions Return to Liwonde
Predators have been restored to the park after a 20 year absence
Chinko's Fight to Save Africa's Secret Eden
featured in The Guardian.
Annual Report 2017
Restoration: Nature's Return
Saving Africa’s Wildlife
Washington Post hails African Parks a 21st-century Noah’s ark, transporting animals back to places where they’ve been wiped out
In Chad, the Elephants Are Back
The New York Times celebrates the good news story, of the rise of elephants in Zakouma
Our goal is to manage 20 parks by 2020Watch Video
African Parks is a non-profit conservation organization that takes on direct responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of protected areas in partnership with governments and local communities.
We are facing a conservation crisis in Africa. Some of the planet's most spectacular species are being lost, but we are working to protect them.
We have the largest counter-poaching force in all of Africa for any one NGO. Our 1000 rangers provide safety for both wildlife and people.
For protected areas to survive in the long-term, local people need to value them, and derive benefits from the park’s existence.
Tourism & Enterprise
Visiting the parks is critical to their survival, and tourism and other enterprises contribute to local and national economies.
Management & Infrastructure
We create infrastructure to deliver good park management benefiting both wildlife and local communities.
African Parks in the News
This luxury glamping experience now arrives in Rwanda as Wilderness Safaris will launch a new luxury camp, Magashi, in Akagera National Park in the late Spring of 2019.
Source: The Times
High-end eco-tourism is transforming this small African nation
Source: African Parks
Thirteen giraffe have been safely released into Majete Wildlife Reserve in southern Malawi on Saturday 19th November. Beginning in South Africa, the translocation was one of...
Source: African Parks
The Governments of the Republic of South Africa and Chad Together with African Parks and SANParks Confirm the Discovery of two Additional Black Rhino Carcasses...
Three things we are doing to protect wildlife
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