The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 October 2022
Antony joined Peace Parks in 2010 in the position of Project Manager for the development of Limpopo National Park (Mozambique) focusing primarily on including resettlement, community, anti-poaching and infrastructure programmes. In 2017 with the expansion of Peace Parks Mozambique portfolio he has subsequently filled the position of Senior Project Manager based in Maputo, Mozambique where he is responsible for the operations and development support by Peace Parks in Maputo Special Reserve and Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve as part of the Lubombo TFCA and of Banhine, Limpopo and Zinave National Parks as part of the Great Limpopo TFCA.
His qualifications include a BSc (Civil Engineering) and a BComm degrees and his career to date has over 20 years operational and project management experience throughout Southern and West Africa as well as South East Asia primarily in the Oil and Gas and Engineering construction sectors for a variety of European and African based clientele.
Regular exposure and interest in conservation since a young age provided Antony with a sound foundation and passion to transfer these skills and experiences to the conservation sector.