Deep in the Central African Republic (C.A.R.) lies an unknown wildlife refuge that is starting to thrive once again
In Eastern Central African Republic, lies a vast 20,000 km2 wildlife refuge called Chinko. Before 2014, Chinko was overrun with hundreds of thousands of cattle and armed herders. Leading to poaching and natural resource exploitation. Through a 50-year management mandate African Parks is ensuring that swathes of wooded savanna and rainforest remain intact, populations of wildlife has started to rebound and communities can once again benefit from one of the largest ecosystems in all of Central Africa.