Saving Africa’s wildlife
Washington Post hails African Parks a 21st-century Noah’s ark, transporting animals back to places where they’ve been wiped out
The black rhino has been returned to the nation of ChadFollow the Journey
In Chad, the Elephants (So Many Elephants) Are Back
The New York Times celebrates the good news story, of the rise of elephants in Zakouma
Hope restored in war-torn CAR
Vice features the remarkable story of Chinko, a park providing safety to people and wildlife in a country under siege
African Parks named by Fast Company as one of the 10 most innovative companies in AfricaRead More
Ennedi Natural and Cultural Reserve
A 40,000km2 sandstone masterpiece and the 14th park to fall under our management
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African Parks is a non-profit conservation organization that takes on direct responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of protected areas in partnership with governments and local communities.
We are facing a conservation crisis in Africa. Some of the planet's most spectacular species are being lost, but we are working to protect them.
We have the largest counter-poaching force in all of Africa for any one NGO. Our 850 rangers provide safety for both wildlife and people.
For protected areas to survive in the long-term, local people need to value them, and derive benefits from the park’s existence.
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Visiting the parks is critical to their survival, and tourism and other enterprises contribute to local and national economies.
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We create infrastructure to deliver good park management benefiting both wildlife and local communities.
African Parks in the News
Source: Washington Post
A 21st-century Noah’s ark transports animals back to places where they’ve been wiped out.
Source: New York Times
Source: New York Times
Zakouma National Park in Chad has become a rare haven for Africa’s imperiled elephants. Its success is astounding, considering that the elephant population there had...
Watch: Six South African black rhinos have made the long journey to Chad as part of an ambitious re-population project set in the Central African...
Three things we are doing to protect wildlife
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