Our Work

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.

Akagera
National Park

Rwanda

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Akagera Akagera

Bangweulu
Wetlands

Zambia

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Chinko

Central African Republic

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Chinko Chinko

Garamba
National Park

DRC

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Liuwa Plain
National Park

Zambia

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Liuwa Plains Liuwa Plains

Liwonde
National Park

Malawi

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Majete
Wildlife Reserve

Malawi

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Majete Majete

Nkhotakota
Wildlife Reserve

Malawi

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Nkhotakota Nkhotakota

Odzala-Kokoua
National Park

Congo

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Pendjari
National Park

Benin

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Zakouma
National Park

Chad

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Zakouma Zakouma

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In 2016 we started the translocation of 500 elephants from Liwonde and Majete to Nkhotakota. Sign up to be the first to hear more #GoodNews happening around African Parks.

Three things we are doing to protect wildlife

African Parks is working tirelessly across Africa to protect some of the continent’s most iconic species: elephants, lions, gorillas, rhinos and others. Read more below about just three of the ways we are protecting wildlife.
Thank you to our partners and donors for their generous support.
  • Dutch Postcode Lottery
  • EU
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Walton Family Foundation
  • The Wildcat Foundation
  • WWF
  • The Wyss Foundation
  • USAID
  • Peoples Postcode Lottery
  • Howard G. Buffett Foundation
  • Donna and Marvin Schwartz

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