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Celebrating Top Highlights from 2021

By African People & Wildlife | December 28, 2021

As an unforgettable year draws to a close, African People & Wildlife is proud to share some of our key highlights from 2021. These conservation wins represent the collective impact of our team, supporters, partners, colleagues in conservation, and fellow community members. Together, we are creating a brighter and more resilient future for Africa’s people, wildlife, and the wildlands they call home.

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‘Tarangire: Our Heritage, Our Future’ Film Brings the National Park Experience to Tanzania’s Youth

By Catherine Nchimbi | October 28, 2021

On October 22, 2021, a group of Tanzanian youth experienced the beauty and wonder of Tarangire National Park for the first time—through film. African People & Wildlife (APW) premiered “Tarangire: Our Heritage, Our Future” at Regalz Cinemaxx in Arusha, Tanzania following a period when its annual Tarangire National Park trips for rural youth were paused due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Stories of Resilience from 2020

By Laly Lichtenfeld, Ph.D. | December 28, 2020
A bull elephant in a swamp

This year has also shown us the power of nature’s resilience and the strength of the human spirit. When we join forces, lift each other up, and fight onward with determination together, we can achieve amazing things—even in the most difficult times.

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Why We Need More Black African Women in Conservation

By Catherine Nchimbi | June 23, 2020

I am an African woman working as the Conservation Enterprise and Marketing Officer with African People & Wildlife. After watching the events taking place with the Black Lives Matter movement, I was moved to write about my experiences and the opportunities that we as Africans—particularly women—have in the field of conservation. While the Black Lives Matter movement began in the U.S., it directly affects all people of color worldwide, including Africans.

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Women and Wildlife Gain Ground in Tanzania

By African People & Wildlife | May 19, 2020

Across Tanzania’s Tarangire-Manyara ecosystem, more than 1,350 environmentally friendly beehives – hanging from giant baobab and acacia trees – represent much more than meets the eye.

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