Protecting Africa’s Intact Nature: The Most Effective Action to Increase Climate Resilience
To find ways to mitigate weather catastrophes, we first have to look after the very system that regulates climate, nature.
"What is not being managed today, will be lost tomorrow"
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Through strong partnerships, African Parks has embarked on projects to revive rhino populations in areas where they were once lost.Watch
Translocations are essential to ensuring the survival of elephant populations
Malawi shows us how
The Zambian Government Makes Historic Commitment to Protect Kafue National ParkRead Press Release
250 Elephants are on the move in MalawiLearn More
The Government of Chad Recommits to the Long-Term Protection of the Greater Zakouma EcosystemRead Press Release
Government of Angola Moves Forward on Ensuring Protection of Luengue-Luiana and Mavinga National ParksRead Press Release
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African Parks in the News
Government of South Sudan Signs Major Agreement with African Parks to Manage Boma and Badingilo National ParksSource: African Parks
Juba, South Sudan: On 25 August, 2022, the Government of the Republic of South Sudan and conservation organisation, African Parks announced the signing of a 10-year renewable management agreement for Boma and Badingilo National Parks, including the wildlife corridors and...
Source: Team African Parks
As Africa’s human population surges, increasingly encroaching into remaining elephant rangelands, the battle for space is fast becoming one of the biggest challenges for both...
Source: African Parks
The 31st of July 2022, marked the conclusion of the successful translocation of 263 elephants and 431 additional wildlife from Liwonde National Park to...
Source: African Parks
On the 1st of July 2022, the Government of Zambia and conservation non-profit organisation, African Parks, announced the signing of a 20- year-agreement for...
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