Africa

Our Partners

Working in Partnership

Enduring conservation success depends on the active involvement of people and partners whose lives and livelihoods are linked to the natural systems we seek to conserve. That’s why we’re working with a wide array of partners, government entities, private sector stakeholders, and local communities to protect nature and improve lives in Africa.

Most of our partnerships are with Africa-based conservation organizations. We also recognize the need for and value of partnering with development organizations to harness their social and economic expertise and build long-term sustainability into our conservation projects. 

The skills and expertise that TNC Africa brings to our partnerships include, but are not limited to: 

  • Conservation planning and measuring impact
  • Convening partners and managing projects
  • Strengthening local communities and civil society institutions
  • Fire management
  • Freshwater, climate, marine, and land conservation science
  • Marine spatial planning
  • Conservation financing and real estate
  • Fundraising and marketing
  • Public policy and funding

Our formal partners are listed below by country:

Multiple Countries 
GABON
KENYA

upper tana-nairobi water fund 
NAMIBIA     
Seychelles 

SOUTH AFRICA
Tanzania
ZAMBIA    
  • Department of National Parks and Wildlife – DNPW  
  • Game Rangers International – GRI
  • Kaindu Natural Resources Trust 
  • Ministry of Lands, Natural Resources & Environmental Protection
  • Ministry of Tourism & Arts
  • Moomba Community Resources Board  
  • Nature Conservation Foundation – NCF
  • Western Region CRB Association 
  • Zambia Community Based Natural Resources Forum – CBNRM 
  • World Wildlife Fund – WWF 

Asante sana to all of our partners for their commitment and shared vision. 

IF YOU WANT TO GO FAST, GO ALONE. IF YOU WANT TO GO FAR, GO TOGETHER.

— African Proverb 

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