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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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Présidence du Bénin Jan 20
L' a réalisé un voyage à la Pendjari au 🇧🇯 et a été témoin du travail des brigades spéciales, qui protègent les habitants du parc : 🐘 🦁
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Malawi Places Jan 19
Belfast based recognise wildlife as a top reason for visiting. Clearly the work of: in revitalising the National Parks to world class standards in conservation & | others in spreading the message is having an impact.
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The Wyss Foundation Jan 19
We are proud to support the great work done by and you to can help make a difference. Check out their work in Chinko Park in CAR and how you can help.
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Revealing Benin Jan 19
L' a réalisé un voyage à la Pendjari au 🇧🇯 et a été témoin du travail des brigades spéciales, qui protègent les habitants du parc : 🐘 🦁
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African Parks Jan 19
Chinko is a park in the Central African Republic that spans 18,000km2 and is a critical conservation area on the continent. Thanks to our rangers, Chinko has become a safe haven for people and wildlife. Learn more at
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African Parks Jan 18
Rangers navigate the waterways that wind through the extraordinary Bangweulu Wetlands in Zambia to protect both people and wildlife in this landscape, creating a better today, and a brighter future.
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African Parks Jan 17
Liuwa Plain NP in Zambia is a land of breathtaking abundance & an endless expanse of the natural world. Bounded by rivers, it is the source of life for many animals & due to our partnership with the local communities, they have the opportunity to thrive in this magical place
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African Parks Jan 16
Be inspired by In 2017 rhinos returned for the 1st time in a decade, 2 more lions joined the growing pride of 17, more than 4,800 law enforcement patrols were conducted to protect the park & 1,600 local students visited the park to learn about the environment.
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African Parks Jan 15
Planning an adventure to kick-start the new year? features Liuwa Plain as one of the 52 places to visit in 2018. Click to see the full list and make 2018 your best travel year yet:
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African Parks Jan 12
Did you know that last month we added our 1st marine reserve to our portfolio? We've signed a 25 yr agreement with Mozambique's ANAC to restore Bazaruto Archipelago to be one of Africa's greatest marine sanctuaries. Visit
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SCB Jan 11
Wars kill wildlife in Africa’s protected areas, study finds
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African Parks Jan 11
Savannah, seascape, rainforest, rolling hills; dugongs, gorillas, elephants, lions and rhinos – just a few of the extraordinary sights and experiences the parks under our management can offer our visitors. Where would you like to go? Book your visit today!
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The Wyss Foundation Jan 10
Looks like we have something in common with - we both support great conservation work by
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African Parks Jan 10
Replying to @GWoide
Thank you so much for your generosity - 100% of your donation goes to the parks - where it matters most!! Thank you!!
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African Parks Jan 10
Want to do a safari in Africa? Why not visit a park off the beaten track AND help conservation! Consider a visit to any of the parks under our management where you can support wildlife and local people. We’d love to see you – come and visit!
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The Body Shop Jan 9
Check out ' awesome work, which helps the country protect precious wildlife.
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African Parks Jan 9
“To conserve is to manage our resources whereby future generations can also come and benefit” – Ellijah Mofya, Community Development Facilitator at Wetlands in Zambia
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African Parks Jan 8
It is a new year; time to be inspired by the good news that is all around us. Make sure to sign up to get your healthy dose of uplifting conservation stories.
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Ben Goldsmith Jan 7
Chad is bringing its elephants (and other wildlife) back from the brink, with significant help from , whose new President is our very own conservation champion, Prince Harry.
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The Wyss Foundation Jan 5
This. This is why we support and the amazing work they do each and every day.
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