What It Means To Be A Ranger

Chengeta Wildlife's ranger training in Central Africa featuring interviews with rangers and the Class of 2022 graduation video

25 July 2022

Celebrating International Women’s Day

On March 8th, Chengeta Wildlife honors International Women’s Day by reflecting on the importance of women in community-engaged conservation.

06 March 2022

Bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Bonobos are great apes that are closely related to chimpanzees and humans. Chengeta Wildlife contributes to conservation efforts through active community engagement and ecoguard training to protect endangered wildlife, including the bonobo in the DRC.

06 February 2022

Training Ecoguards in Salonga DRC

We are delighted to share that Chengeta Wildlife has partnered with the Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to train ecoguards in Salonga National Park (SNP), in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

03 December 2021
Africa Ecoguard Training

World Gorilla Day 2021 – Western Lowland Gorillas

Chengeta actively operates in the Central African Republic’s Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas Complex. This protected area is one of the remaining strongholds of Western Lowland Gorillas.

22 September 2021

Communities Blueprint

Community engagement. Critically endangered forest elephants. Women empowerment. Youth integration. Unemployment. Health – and healthy forests. Pangolins, and the ever-growing scale trade.

21 September 2021

Protecting Pangolins

Maybe dragons really do exist, and perhaps more so in the form of a small and ancient creature. A shy and secretive mammal that humbly feeds on ants and termites, that adorns an armor of golden, bronze or gleaming black scales.

09 September 2021
Pangolin in Tree

Training Rangers, Protecting, Wildlife, Empowering Communities

Chengeta Wildlife has successfully trained 900 government rangers across 8 different countries since its inception. Training and mentoring are designed to reduce threats.

30 July 2021

Rory Young Tribute

It is with deepest sorrow and regret that Chengeta Wildlife confirms the death of Rory Young, our co-founder and CEO.

21 May 2021
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It is with deepest sorrow and regret that Chengeta Wildlife confirms the death of Rory Young, our co-founder and CEO.

27 April 2021
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