Prince Harry is the new president of a conservation group called African Parks, which takes over national parks and gives rangers military-style training to take on poachers and protect wildlife. The BBC visited one of the parks it manages, at...
African Parks in the News
A sliver of ocean on the Southern Africa coast is getting a new chance at success thanks to an agreement announced Dec. 6
A deal to save Mozambique's endangered Indian Ocean islands
Source: African Parks
Akagera National Park’s rolling highlands
Source: The Times
The princes and the British Army are fighting poaching in East Africa. Roya Nikkhah speaks to them and goes on patrol.
Source: The World Bank
The World Bank Group’s Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$40 million International Development Association (IDA)* grant to support the implementation of the Government...
Source: The Economist
Chinko featured in The Economist
Source: rfi Afrique
Source: South China Morning Post
The Akagera park suffered grievously in civil war of the early 1990s but has earned back its ‘Big Five’ credentials to become a focus of...
Source: Mashable/Kelly Kline
The largest elephant relocation effort in history has finally come to a successful end. A total of 520 elephants were taken from two separate conservation spaces...
Sign Up For Some Good News
Sign up to be the first to hear more #GoodNews happening around African Parks.
Sign up to be the first to hear #GoodNews happening around African Parks.×