• Rwanda Development Board (RDB)
    The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) is a government agency in Rwanda with a vision to transform Rwanda into a dynamic global hub for business, investment, and innovation. Its mission is to fast-track economic development in Rwanda by enabling private sector growth.
  • African Parks
    African Parks is a non-profit conservation organisation that takes on the complete responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of national parks in partnership with governments and local communities. African Parks manages 19 national parks and protected areas in 11 countries covering over 14.7 million hectares in Angola, Benin, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
  • Akagera National Park
    Akagera National Park has been managed by the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) in partnership with African Parks since 2010. Together, we have transformed Akagera from a depleted landscape overrun by more than 30,000 cattle into an income-generating park for the benefit of people and wildlife. After practically eliminating poaching in just five years, lions were reintroduced in 2015, followed by black rhinos in 2017 and again in 2019 from European zoos, and white rhinos in 2021. Over the past decade, Akagera has become a leading example of a conservation-led economy where local communities are thriving as a result of the park's conservation efforts.
  • andBeyond / Phinda Game Reserve
    andBeyond designs personalised high-end tours in 13 countries in Africa, five in Asia and four in South America, offering discerning travellers a rare and exclusive experience of the world as it should be. We own and operate 29 extraordinary lodges and camps in iconic safari, scenic and island destinations in Africa and South America. This enables us to positively impact more than 9 million acres of wildlife land and 3 000 kilometres of coastline. Established in 1991, andBeyond strives to leave our world a better place than we found it through our care of the land, wildlife and people, and the delivery of extraordinary guest experiences.
  • Howard G. Buffett Foundation
    The Howard G. Buffett Foundation seeks to catalyse transformational change, particularly for the world’s most impoverished and marginalised populations. The Foundation views its resources as rare risk capital that can improve conditions and create change in the most difficult circumstances and geographies. The Foundation has been partnering with the Republic of Rwanda to make nearly USD$430 million in philanthropic investments to address food security, mitigate conflict, and support conservation since 1999.