Benin minister speaks on initiative to save West Africa’s largest wildlife reserve

The republic of Benin, National Geographic, African Parks and the Wyss Foundation have signed a partnership that will see all parties commit an initial $23 million dollars to help secure and rehabilitate one of the last remaining wild landscapes in West Africa’s Pendjari National Park. CNBC Africa’s Onyi Sunday caught up with Aurelien Agbenoci, Republic of Benin’s Foreign Affairs Minister to get more insight on this partnership.

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