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African Parks
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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African Parks 10h
“While the amount needed to renew Africa’s parks may seem daunting at first, literally a single individual — admittedly a very wealthy one — could be the solution to a continental challenge, and that creates hope,” Peter Fearnhead, CEO of
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African Parks 10h
Severely underfunded, 90% of nearly 300 protected areas in Africa are at risk of being lost forever. details how if we fail to address this deficit, it will result in severe and ongoing declines of iconic species. Read the full story:
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African Parks Oct 22
Prince of the plains of Liuwa: A young sub-adult lion recovers after a prickly encounter with a porcupine in Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia
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African Parks Oct 21
We are deeply saddened to share that 2 rhino carcasses have been discovered in Zakouma NP in Chad. We can confirm they were not poached, but an expert Veterinarian team is on site to conduct postmortems to determine the exact cause of death. Learn more:
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African Parks Oct 19
Replying to @NyamuJim
DM us so we can learn more! Thanks
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African Parks Oct 19
Future conservation leaders are on the rise in Africa. Just last year, more than 65,000 children from local communities received access to environmental education through the parks we manage. Learn more:
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African Parks Oct 18
A young elephant 🐘 has been rescued and reunited with its family after it was caught in a wire snare in Liwonde National Park in Malawi 🇲🇼. Read the full story:
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African Parks Oct 17
Snatched from the wild: Shocking statistics show more than 100,000 pangolins are being sold into the Illegal Wildlife Trade annually - making them the world's most trafficked animal
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African Parks Oct 16
We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Paul G. Allen – not only was he a legend in the tech world, he was a visionary conservationist who left an indelible mark on elephants & countless other species. Our sincerest condolences to colleagues at and his family
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Tswalu Foundation Oct 16
Positive, inspiring key note address to start on perspectives on conservation in Africa by Peter Fearnhead. doing some amazing work across Africa!
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African Parks Oct 15
Last week the team met with African Parks’ President, The Duke of Sussex, in London to share several updates on the parks, briefings on community engagement and law enforcement.
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John E. Scanlon Oct 14
From serving on front-lines of protection in to Conference on ! Martin Awizi & Paul Chidyera presented in Plenary, shared front-line stories of working with local communities & , & briefed our President. Both did their country & AP proud!
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Lion Recovery Fund Oct 13
“We talk about this being a conservation crisis. It’s not, it’s a human crisis.” -Andrea Heydlauff of talks about the importance of nature and wildlife at
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Kensington Palace Oct 13
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During his meeting with the delegation attending this week's IWT Conference, The Duke of Sussex viewed a demonstration of Geosuite – a technology used by African Parks in the fight to .
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Real Africa and Explorers against Extinction Oct 12
Looking so forward to exhibiting our beautiful collection in aid at gallery@oxo next week. Come along & visit us! Open 11-6pm - Admission free
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Malawi Places Oct 12
Martin Awazi (Majete) speaks at the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference in London on the success stories in the battle for wildlife conservation in Malawi. & collaboration News on the IWT Conference from Wild Philanthropy
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African Parks Oct 12
The wreaks havoc on the livelihoods of some of the world’s poorest communities. Akagera, in Rwanda, has shown that when poaching is halted, nature can return, and communities and wildlife can thrive:
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Wild Philanthropy Oct 11
Martin Awazi, from Majete Wildlife Reserve’s Law Enforcement Office, gave a good insight at today’s IWT conference into the success story since the Government partnered with to run the reserve.
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African Parks Oct 11
We are so proud to have 2 Rangers from Malawi at the conference: Paul Chidyera from & Martin Awazi from - both heads of law enforcement for their respective parks - speaking about the safety they provide for people & wildlife
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WCN Oct 11
is TWO days away! At Expo, you'll hear how grantee is working to bring lions out of crisis and into recovery.
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