African Parks, a non-profit organization that rehabilitates and manages national parks in Africa has launched a dedicated fund to finance its law enforcement work over the next three years.

The African Parks Anti-Poaching Fund aims to raise at least $12 million to fund law enforcement activities at our seven parks until 2015. The Fund provides a vehicle for donors to designate specific funds for our anti-poaching efforts, with 100% of all funding deployed on the ground, as is our standard practice.

 

The organization currently manages seven parks in six African countries: Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Zambia.


To donate go to: Poaching Fund.

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