African Parks and the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) entered into a partnership in 2010 to manage Akagera National Park. Many returning refugees from the 1994 genocide had been resettled around the boundary of the park, contributing to intense pressure on...
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Source: African Parks
Source: National Geographic
The safari experience is constantly evolving with the likes of more sustainable options and emerging destinations. Here are some of the best areas for wildlife-spotting...
Writing for Libération, Maria Malagardis explores Akagera’s revitalization as a wildlife sanctuary and its ascendance as an exceptional nature destination.
Source: Private Sector and Development: Issue 35
In a case study on optimal protected area management approaches, co-written by our Head of Conservation Development and Assurance Jean Labuschagne and SANParks’ Luthando Dziba, they discuss the...
Source: European Commission
On the occasion of the World Wildlife Day, the Commission reiterates its invitation to all world institutions to raise their voices to build the momentum...
Rodger Schlickeisen made a name for himself in conservation circles from the early 1990s thanks to his leadership at Defenders of Wildlife, which grew rapidly...
Source: The Times
The apes are indeed great — but there’s so much more to this tiny, revitalised nation, as Sarah Marshall discovers
Source: Zambia Daily Mail
For all its beauty, Lavushimanda was previously a hidden area within Mpika district until 2017. The new district borrows its name from Lavushimanda National Park...
Source: Conde Nast Traveler
This is our editors’ annual rhapsody on their forever-favorite hotels from around the globe. In this year’s incarnation, we went beyond places to stay, including...
Source: Le Figaro
French publication Le Figaro conducts an analysis of protected areas and how actions in the field have led to the recovery of cornerstone species such...
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