March 13, 2019

The Notivory Fund provides ongoing support to the African Parks Rangers

The Notivory Fund provides ongoing support to the African Parks Rangers

As a non-profit conservation organization, African Parks takes full responsibility for the restoration and long-term management of national parks. They currently manage 15 national parks and protected areas in nine countries covering 10.5 million hectares: Benin, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Zambia. Understanding the cause of poaching in African communities, it helps and protects not only endangered animals, but people as well.

They build schools, introduce additional educational programs, contribute to the development of entrepreneurship, provide medical care to the population, and pay great attention to economic development and the fight against poverty in the surrounding communities.

More than 2 million people who live around the parks and in the region have benefited from the existence of the parks. The Notivory Foundation provides ongoing support to African Parks Rangers.

By helping African Parks, we contribute to their efforts to protect some of the endangered species of animals, including elephants, rhinos, lions and gorillas, and ensure the sustainability of livelihoods for local communities that share and depend on wild landscapes.


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