Akagera National Park in Rwanda has achieved great success in reducing poaching and restoring wildlife since 2010 when African Parks assumed management in partnership with the Rwanda Development Board (RDB).
African Parks in the News
Source: African Parks
In an exclusive interview with Mongabay’s founder Rhett Butler, Philanthropist and African Parks Board Member Hansjörg Wyss discusses the Wyss Campaign for Nature, protecting 30%...
Akagera and Nyungwe National Parks were hailed by AFAR as two of the best safari destinations, with world-class lodgings and remarkable conservation stories.
African Parks joined 20 of the world’s leading conservation organisations, uniting to form the Wildlife Conservation 20 (WC20) to deliver a declaration to G20 leaders...
Source: Financial Times
In a story about his travel in Rwanda against the background of a pandemic, the Financial Times’ Africa Editor David Pilling describes the revival of...
Source: Le Figaro
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 is participating the Wildlife Ranger Challenge to help raise needed funds for rangers across Africa. On October 3rd, our entire ranger unit of...
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...
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