2019 - a year of impactful, dynamic conservation.
19 December 2019
In the first episode of 'I'm going on a trip and I'm taking ...', Merel Westrik traveled with Martijn Krabbé to the Kruger National Park in South Africa. There they went on a journey with Peace Parks Foundation to learn more about protecting the seriously endangered rhinoceros in the area. (Article and video in Dutch)READ MORE
Too many elephants can overwhelm an ecosystem. But, surprisingly, not enough elephants can have an equally damaging impact.
African Community and Conservation Foundation ("ACCF" or the "Foundation") - a project sponsored by Friends of Peace Parks Inc. - is a new, independent non-profit charitable organization is launching in November 2018 with...
After a devastating civil war, one organization is committed to restoring Zinave National Park to its former glory.
The Nyika-Vwaza Trust is delighted to have Dr Jamie McCallum, Director of Peace Parks Foundation UK, as the speaker at their upcoming annual trust evening to be held at the The Union Jack...
Peace Parks Foundation Chairman, Johann Rupert, was awarded the Appeal of Conscience Award in New York on Wednesday evening, 26 September 2018.
A substantial grant from the German Government through KfW has taken the Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC), one of Africa’s premier conservation skills and training facilities, to the next level.