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  1. I let here the last newsletter of the Chinko Project in CAR, managed by the NGO African Parks. http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/?u=6da01d64147ee79181cbb168c&id=92f03528f0&e=a987279c04 APN is currently collaring some giant derby elands. Anti-Poaching patrols are led to ensure the security and law enforcement in the core area of the project. To see past issues, have a look on this website: http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/home/?u=6da01d64147ee79181cbb168c&id=1b5194eef5
  2. A great new for conservation, something I was expecting. African Parks decided to take over Chinkou project management. http://africageographic.com/blog/african-parks-takes-over-management-of-protected-area-in-central-african-republic/ Chinkou is a huge area of CAR within a 70.000 km2 without any villages. African Parks willl control 17.000 km2 currently managed for trophy hunting. Let's hope African Parks will soon take over other huge areas in Central and Western Africa. I know they were involved in Gambela survey with other NGOs in Ethiopia. Any information is welcomed. http://www.chinkoproject.com

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