Akagera National Park is featured by Le Figaro as one of six must-see destinations for its ecological transformation and the exceptional Wilderness Safaris-operated Magashi camp.
African Parks in the News
Source: Le Figaro
Source: Lion Recovery Fund
The Lion Recovery Fund has committed a new three-year $840K grant, its largest ever, to enable the expansion of our efforts into an ecologically important area...
Source: The Economist
African Parks’ public-private partnership model formed the focus of an article in The Economist, which featured Zakouma National Park as an example of...
Rwanda handed over management of a forest reserve in the southwest of the country to an African not-for-profit organization that’s taken over 19 national parks...
Source: All Africa
The Government has entered a 20-year agreement with African Parks to manage and conserve Nyungwe National Park, the largest expanse of forest in the country...
CNN referenced African Parks' continued operations and conservation work despite the COVID-19 pandemic, in an article evaluating the different impacts Coronavirus has had on nature and...
Source: The Independent
John Scanlon, African Parks’ Special Envoy, assesses the need to recognise public and animal health in global efforts to combat the illegal wildlife trade and...
Source: Equator Initiative
African Parks’ Board Members and Strategic Funders Hansjorg Wyss and Melani and Rob Walton appeared at the Nature Finance Forum along with other funders for...
Source: The 2020 Annual Conference of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums
John Scanlon, African Parks' Special Envoy and Chairperson of the UK Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund, participated in AZA’s 2020 conference this year, connecting the COVID-19...
Source: Lonely Planet
Akagera National Park, Rwanda, was featured by the Lonely Planet as an example of a conservation success story for rhinos against the backdrop of the COVID-19...
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