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We are a conservation NGO that takes on the long-term management of National Parks in partnership with governments to save wildlife and help local communities
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Great news!! Congratulations and thank you to everyone who supported this wonderful project!!
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African Parks Jul 20
Only a few days left to pledge to ’s project we love . Download one of her gourmet recipes straight from the African bush, and pledge your support today!
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cookingforconservation Jul 19
Our is 67% funded! If we meet our goal we will be left with printed , which we will then sell - with profits donated to to aid in their conservation efforts on the African continent! Pledge today!
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African Parks Jul 19
Chimpanzee numbers are declining rapidly, but is there still hope to save them? Securing habitats is critical to their survival. Read more via
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African Parks Jul 19
Love food, safaris & helping wildlife? So do we!! This wonderful project from combines years of refined recipes & stories from Zakouma. Pledge your support today & see how you can win a safari experience to Zakouma!
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African Parks Jul 18
Continued hope for the protection of ’s national parks and wildlife as the Government steps up partnerships with conservation organisations.
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cookingforconservation Jul 17
Our is 42% funded! Help us turn this dream into a reality and pledge for this unique today. Intertwined with the 80+ recipes are tales of the bush and stories of life at camp. Once printed, proceeds will be donated to
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Susanna Jolly Jul 16
It is not just the designation of protected area status, but it is the careful responsibility of the management of that protected area that is crucial for our success. Thank you for being a shining example for others to emulate
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Akagera Jul 16
The negative aspects of in a are fairly obvious, but do you know what the benefits of fire are? Savannahs have burnt since very ancient times and the habitats we see today are well adapted to sustain these fires
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African Parks Jul 16
⅓ of national parks, reserves, refuges and the like now face intense and increasing pressure. With 15 parks under management we’re in a race against time to secure the last of the wild before species are lost forever via :
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African Parks Jul 13
Replying to @WhitLeaze
It’s in Liwonde!
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African Parks Jul 13
We’ve had a rare sighting of the first wild cheetah cubs to the born in Malawi in 20 years - and are pleased to share that are doing well! The cheetah population has grown in just a year to 15 and is part of a larger predator restoration project for the region
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African Parks Jul 12
Replying to @emiel_delange
If you’d like to learn more about us please visit as well as see our latest annual report showing our track record, our partners, donors etc. Hope that helps!
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African Parks Jul 12
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African Parks Jul 12
It was published by the NYT but was originally printed by the AP here:
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African Parks Jul 12
Context would be helpful :) That was part of our Translocation we finished last year where we moved 520 elephants from two parks, to a third, in Malawi. All elephants are doing very well in their new, larger and safe home! learn more at
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African Parks Jul 12
Together with local communities, the DNPW and the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE), we have been managing Liuwa Plain National Park since 2003, helping to find sustainable solutions so people and wildlife can thrive in this stunning landscape. Visit:
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African Parks Jul 12
recently named as one of their “projects we love” - a marvellous cookbook by Jamie Sparks where proceeds go back to . To pledge click here:
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African Parks Jul 11
Hopeful news from Garamba NP in the DRC as elephant poaching is down 50% and no ranger fatalities in the last year. Thank you to and who have been supporting our efforts in the park
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World Wildlife Day Jul 11
Backed by Prince Harry, conservation group expands in Africa & brings us most inspiring stories via
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