Case studies
Union Island gecko initiative

The Union Island gecko is a tiny, breathtakingly beautiful lizard distinguished by jewel-like markings.

Nashulai Maasai Conservancy

By restoring the migratory and connecting corridors at Nashulai there’s been a massive return of wildlife taking up both temporary and permanent residence at our conservancy.

Reducing Illegal Wildlife Trafficking through a Community-based Conservation Approach in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

We built Conservation Cooperatives (CC) at two sites in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

The Northern Jaguar Project

The Northern Jaguar Project (NJP) works to protect an isolated population of jaguars in the US-Mexico borderlands by reducing human-wildlife conflict, engaging with local landowners and encouraging environmental stewardship in the area.

The Tuke Rainforest Conservancy

WildArk is working to protect the Tuke Rainforest Conservancy (TCR) in Papua New Guinea from illegal logging by supporting the Tuke Community to sustainably maintain their traditional lifestyle.

Protecting the Cotton-top Tamarin in Colombia

Proyecto Tití uses multi-disciplinary approach to conservation to protect cotton-top tamarins and the forests they inhabit in northern Colombia, combining field research and forest restoration with community engagement and education activities.

Strengthening the capacity of Wildlife Management Areas to increase wildlife protection in northern Tanzania

Honeyguide Foundation is working in partnership with three Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) and one Canine Unit across northern Tanzania, to build capacity for community-based anti-poaching efforts.

Fauna & Flora International - South Sudan Programme

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) provides support to the South Sudan Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism (MWCT), encompassing the Wildlife Service (WLS), and local communities through technical expertise and direct funding for the improved conservation management

Saving Grey Crowned Cranes in Rwanda

The Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association (RWCA) uses a holistic approach to address key conservation issues affecting Rwanda’s wildlife. Their particular focus is the grey-crowned crane, an endangered bird species poached most commonly for the illegal pet trade.

Bringing back wildlife to Akagera National Park

In 2010 African Parks and the Rwanda Development Board came together to establish the Akagera Management Company (AMC) to jointly run Akagera National Park in Rwanda.