Resources

  • Park Resource | Nkhotakota
    Annual Report 2017 - Nkhotakota

    Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve has had a difficult past. Decades of poaching and lawlessness saw a previously productive 1,800 km2 reserve with 1,500 elephants in the 1990’s reduced to fewer than 100 individuals. Game animals were hunted out. Nkhotakota had become

  • Park Resource | Liwonde
    Annual Report 2017 - Liwonde

    Situated in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa,’ Liwonde National Park has been the home of incredible wildlife translocations and reintroductions.  When African Parks assumed management of Liwonde, in partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) in

  • Park Resource | Chinko
    Annual Report 2017 - Chinko

    Nestled within the eastern part of the Central African Republic (CAR) in a war-torn region plagued by instability and deadly ethnic violence, lies a wildlife refuge called Chinko. Despite decades of civil war, intense poaching, illegal grazing and heavily armed

  • Park Resource | Akagera
    Annual Report 2017 - Akagera

    Akagera is almost unrecognisable today compared to just 20 years ago when it was on the verge of being lost forever. While peace was finally restored in the 1990s after one of the bloodiest human events in the 20th century,

  • Park Resource | Zakouma
    Annual Report 2017 - Zakouma

    Zakouma National Park in Chad is one of the most remarkable stories about transformation. Between 2002 to 2010, 95% of the parks’ elephants were poached – almost 4,000 were slaughtered for their ivory where poachers would often take out multiple