A Year in Gorongosa
This visually stunning film features many of Gorongosa’s most iconic animals – lions, elephants, painted wolves – as well as many lesser-known species such as pangolins, termites, ants, mantis, dung beetles, frogs and, of course, some of the most famous birds in Gorongosa
The Gorongosa Project protects the Park’s biodiversity and ecosystem services and unlocks its economic potential for the community inhabitants of the Gorongosa Buffer Zone, Sofala Province, Mozambique and further afield.
Our Gorongosa - A Park for the People
Through the lens of Gorongosa, we explore of the most important and urgent questions of our time: what will it take to sustain Africa’s human population and save its remaining wild places?
On the Front Line
From the team that created National Geographic’s “Africa’s Lost Eden” and “Gorongosa Park: Rebirth of Paradise” comes “On the Front Line – The Rangers of Gorongosa” – Protecting Mozambique’s beautiful Conservation Areas requires courage, skill, and passion. In Gorongosa National Park, a group of men and women endure difficult training to try to achieve their dream of becoming Rangers.
Unreal Coffee. Real Impact
When you purchase any of our products, you become part of our self sustaining system that helps to restore and protect the park, creates jobs and provides healthcare, training and education for its people.
Sponsor a Girl
The Girls’ Clubs initiative continues to be one of Gorongosa Project’s main human development initiatives in the Buffer Zone, offering support to girls to stay at school and learn important life skills.
Gorongosa from Above
Experience the ethereal beauty ofthe Park from above.
recent press coverage
How one of Africa’s great parks is rebounding from war
“You can just see nature breathing a sigh of relief.” In Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park, wildlife’s future depends on humans’ livelihoods. – National Geographic Cover Story
Wild Pups Roam Again in an African Paradise
“When I flew over Gorongosa,” Mr. du Plessis said, “looking at the prey numbers, the water, the topography — I thought, if you could sketch what wild dog heaven would look like, Gorongosa is it.” – New York Times – Natalie Angier
In Mozambique, a Living Laboratory for Nature’s Renewal – New York Times
And as you drive through it, bumping over roads so deeply rutted you feel like a human castanet, you realize you’ve never been so happy in your life. – Natalie Angier – New York Times
Gorongosa National Park & NESPRESSO sign MoU to jointly collaborate to improve coffee farmers livelihoods in Mount Gorongosa – Read More
Gorongosa National Park is highlighted in a publication from African People & Wildlife and National Geographic Society: “Community, Conservation, and Collaboration: A Framework for Success – Read More
Gorongosa National Park received a new pack of Painted Wolves (Lycaon pictus) Monday, November 11th, 2019 – Read More
Advance an integrated multi-partner approach to conservation and to people-centred development. The Gorongosa Project protects the Park’s biodiversity and ecosystem services and unlocks its economic potential for the community inhabitants of the Gorongosa Buffer Zone, Sofala Province, Mozambique and further afield.
A thriving, biodiversity-rich, Greater Gorongosa conservation landscape, which supports Sofala Province as an engine for resilient and sustainable development enabling nature experiences and wellbeing for its people, enriching all of Mozambique and the world.
A Park for Peace
On 1 August, 2019 a historic ceremony was held in Gorongosa to celebrate the Cessation of Hostilities Accord between the leaders of the Government of Mozambique and the opposition Renamo Party. The accord established Gorongosa National Park (GNP) as a ‘Park for Peace’, delivering human development to the communities that share the greater landscape.
The Gorongosa Project - Generating prosperity and protecting biodiversity across 3 million hectares of Africa’s Great Rift Valley
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