Instagram – December 27th, 2018

The best thing about the end of the year is reading about the achievements and conservation successes of the previous 12 months, and these from our friends and partners @africanparksnetwork filled our hearts with happiness!
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You’ve helped us achieve extraordinary results this year, and we’re incredibly grateful. Together, we were able to:
Reintroduce 13 giraffe to Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi for the first time in the reserve’s history, promoting their long-term survival and helping to restore the parks’ overall biological diversity;
Bring wild lions back to Liwonde National Park in Malawi after they were last seen in the park 20 years ago who are thriving along with cheetah whose population has more than tripled since their reintroduction to the park in 2017;
Increase safety and decrease elephant poaching in Garamba National Park in the DRC by 50% in 2017 and only two elephants have been killed in 2018;
Provide access to education, healthcare and economic opportunities to millions of people so that the local communities who live around the parks we manage benefit from their existence;
And increase our ranger team to over 1,000 members, the largest counter-poaching force for any one NGO on the continent, who are protecting both wildlife and people who live in and around the parks.
Will you help us achieve even more wins for wildlife today, and for the future, by donating today? Please click the link in our bio to donate.
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Photo: @sean_viljoen