Wildlife Angel



Wildlife Angel is a French-Burkinabé Non Profit Organization specialised in organizing natural and wildlife parks protection, especially in Africa.
Founded in 2015 by Sergio Lopez, a former french special force soldier, expert in personal protection and tourist guide in Africa for many years, Wildlife Angel is dedicated to protect both wildlife and park rangers facing increasing threats.
History and key figures
- Founded in 2015
- 4 countries : Namibia, Niger, Democratic Republic of Congo and Burkina Faso
- 7 operations
- 110 rangers trained
- 2 permanent branches in Burkina Faso and Democratic Republic of Congo
2019 and beyond
In 2019, Wildlife Angel obtained the support of the GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit Gmbh) - the German development agency - to train 100+ rangers and organize protection for 3 parks in Burkina Faso and Niger : the W National Park in Niger, the Arly National Park and the W National Park in Burkina Faso.
These 3 parks are part of the W-Arly-Pendjari Complex, which is a World Heritage Site, a sanctuary for biodiversity, home of the last elephants, lions, giraffes and cheetahs in West Africa.
Primary Issue
1a place des Orphelins
Strasbourg, null 67000
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