The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 October 2022
Landmark Investment Announced at Africa Climate Week to Drive Sustainable Grazing and Climate Resilience Across the Continent NAIROBI, Kenya (Sept. 5, 2023) – Conservational International (CI) and Peace Parks Foundation (Peace Parks), in collaboration with Indigenous pastoralists, Civil Society Organisations, and the private sector have announced an ambitious plan to restore 20 million hectares of […]READ MORE
In a bid to conserve endangered wildlife and mitigate environmental crimes, The Bateleurs, a non-profit organisation has joined forces with Peace Parks Foundation. This partnership provides crucial aerial anti-poaching support to the Integrated...
Along the Savé river, in the north-west of the Province of Inhambane, Zinave National Park makes the transition between the wet tropical lands and the dry lands of Mozambique; it represents an important...
Rewilding is key to building back global biodiversity and mitigating climate change. Peace Parks is helping solve these challenges at scale.
Limpopo Livelihoods Improvement Project brings multiple life-changing benefits to local communities
A new water supply benefits livestock and livelihoods enabling a crucial move from the park to richer areas beyond.