From its stunning Indian Ocean beaches to the shores of Lake Victoria, from the arable plains of its central plateau to the heights of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is a jewel of East Africa.
Located on the southeast coast of Africa, the Republic of Mozambique is divided into two regions by the Zambezi River.
African Wildlife Foundation in partnership with the Government of Rwanda and Rwanda Development Board has expanded Africa’s oldest park for the first time in 30 years.
The Republic of South Africa is in the southernmost region of the continent. Its long coastline stretches along the South Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean for more than 2,400 kilometers (1,500 miles).
Nigeria lies on the western part of Africa on the Gulf of Guinea.
African Wildlife Foundation is, building new sustainable opportunities for communities, and saving wildlife and natural ecosystems simultaneously.
Poaching and wildlife trafficking decimated Africa's wildlife species by millions.
More elephants and rhinos are dying from poaching than from natural causes or conflict with humans.