Wild Africa Conservation
With growing insecurity in some parts of the African continent, some of our most unique species are disappearing. We have a duty to protect them.
If protected areas are to continue to provide ecosystem services over the long term to benefit local populations, the latter must be fully involved in their management.
We set up infrastructure to help ensure the proper management of protected areas, and provide high-tech equipment to effectively combat wildlife crime.
Since its creation, WAC has been working to achieve its goal of restoring the original biodiversity of the W-Niger Park by securing the Park and its periphery, restoring extinct or endangered species and developing a variety of economic activities to benefit local communities.SEE PROJECT
WAC has a commitment with the Ministry of the Environment to develop a management model based on a landscape approach appropriate to the ecological and socio-economic characteristics of the site.SEE PROJECT
As part of the implementation of the national strategy to proctect wild ungulates in Morocco, an action plan for 2015-2024 has been drawn up. This plan calls for the reintroduction of addax, a species that has become extinct in Morocco, in the M'Hamid reserve.SEE PROJECT