Rwanda’s approach to handling human-animal conflict through inclusivity and investment has changed the way the nation protects its wildlife. The southern white rhinos are proof as FORBES AFRICA found on a recent visit to the Akagera National Park.
African Parks in the News
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Who controls the narrative around conservation in Africa? And what about the foreign funders of many parks and other conservation efforts on the continent? Are...
Source: Mongabay / Evan Trotzuk
Bazaruto Archipelago is home to the last remaining viable dugong population in East Africa. For the past five years African Parks has prioritised the protection...
Source: Wanderlust / Graeme Green
To celebrate World Animal Day, we discover the world’s strangest creatures and where you can find them in the wild, from manatees to wobbegongs...
Source: Good Things Guy / Tyler Leigh Vivier
30 South African rhinos were translocated to the Akagera National Park in Rwanda; the African Parks team is celebrating the birth of several calves for...
Source: Colossal / Grace Ebert
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Malawi’s remarkable story of rebirth
Source: Le Monde
Des buffles, des impalas ou encore des phacochères seront également acheminés depuis la réserve de Liwonde, où le braconnage a fortement diminué, vers celle de...
Source: AFAR / Jennifer Flowers
For the first time, travelers can follow the path of a two-country collaboration in Africa that’s protecting one of nature’s noblest species.
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