African Parks rangers in Pendjari and W add counter-terrorism work to anti-poaching

The Pendjari national park.
The Pendjari national park. © Wikimedia Commons
African Parks Network plans to boost the intelligence-gathering capacities of its forest ranger teams whose beat covers the border regions of Benin, Burkina Faso, and Niger. These vast natural spaces are seeing increasing anti-terrorist surveillance as the region seeks to stem the advance of jihadists. [...] (349 words)
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