The Wyss Foundation  recently announced a commitment of up to $65M to the South African-based conservation organization African Parks to support the protection and management of four existing parks in Rwanda and Malawi and to enable the non-profit organization to conserve up to five new protected areas yet to be identified in other countries. 
African Parks, a conservation organization founded in 2000, takes on the direct, long-term management responsibility of national parks and protected areas in partnership with governments to save wildlife, restore landscapes and ensure sustainable livelihoods for local communities. African Parks currently manages ten parks in seven countries, totaling approximately six million hectares of protected areas.
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