I've long admired the work of conservation organisation, African Parks, because what they do works. They're not all talk when it comes to real wildlife conservation. Where they take over the management of parks, like Zakouma National Park, Chad, we've seen real conservation outcomes, meaning the poaching virtually disappears and wildlife numbers swiftly pick up. They also focus on local communities bordering these parks, looking for ways to help them benefit from the wildlife, but the big impact they make is they create jobs. In the Central African Republic, where African Parks manages Chinko National Park, home to the rare central African lion, they are the biggest employer of local people outside the capital, and the largest tax payer in the country! Jobs means local benefits from the wildlife and especially in countries that few tourists visit, this is vital for conservation.