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For twenty years, Peace Parks Foundation has been working in Africa to re-establish ecological integrity, linking core conservation areas to conserve biodiversity, support socio-economic development and promote regional peace and stability. Reconnecting people and the ecology, and restoring the integrity of this relationship, is quite simply a matter of our survival. We invite you to side with hope and get involved.

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Donate in SwitzerlandInternational Peace Parks Foundation Registration No 06692/2002
Donate in GermanyPeace Parks Deutschland e.V. Registration nr VR 17171
Donate in the NetherlandsStichting Peace Parks Foundation Nederland KvK 3330646
Donate in SwedenPeace Parks Foundation Sweden   Org No 802445-2248
Donate in the United KingdomFriends of the Peace Parks Trust Registered at the Charities Commission as charity No 1065415
Donate in the United StatesFriends of the Peace Parks, Inc. a U.S. 501(c) 3 Organisation
Donate in South AfricaPeace Parks Foundation NPC

Peace Parks Club

Join our 300 global members, who are passionate about peace parks and sustainable nature conservation. Club membership starts at US$5 000 for individuals and US$50 000 for corporations for a 10-year period.
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Engaged Partnership Fund

An exciting new facility providing supporters of the peace parks concept with a strategic approach to philanthropy – the Engaged Partnership Fund – with ease of administration and opportunity for tactical input also exists
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Legacy Society

The Peace Parks Foundation Legacy Society, established in 2013, provides the ideal platform to keep your legacy alive, and support transfrontier conservation area development in southern Africa.
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Club 21

Club 21 is a select group of individuals and organisations under the chairmanship of Mr Johann Rupert who have committed to donating over US$1 million to the peace parks vision.
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SA College for Tourism

Each year 90 unskilled, unemployed, young women from impoverished rural communities throughout southern Africa are empowered with accredited hospitality skills to build careers in the growing ecotourism industry. Graduates are placed in paid internships and employment, where they gain the experience needed to achieve their dreams. This has positively impacted the many young women and their families.
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Tracker Academy

The SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy preserves waning indigenous knowledge for coming generations by training people in the ancient art of tracking animals in the wild. Each year, with your support, the Tracker Academy trains 16 unskilled, unemployed people from impoverished rural communities, some 90% of whom establish careers in the burgeoning ecotourism industry.

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Southern African Wildlife College

The Southern African Wildlife College has been training protected area managers, section rangers, field rangers, environmental monitors, field guides and nature-based tourism officials from southern Africa since 1997. The students trained oversee the protection of the region’s natural resources and wildlife.


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Combatting Wildlife Crime

The Rhino Protection Programme focuses on developing and implementing practical, well-considered methods to counteract wildlife-crime syndicates. This entails providing protected-area support; stopping the trade in rhino horn through the harmonisation of policies, legislation and counter-trafficking activities; and reducing the demand through campaigns that aim to raise awareness and change behaviour.


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Community Development

The long-term strategic objective of the Community Development Programme is to promote economic growth and development for local communities living adjacent to the TFCAs, based on the sustainable use of natural resources. This will include the provision of alternative livelihoods, the implementation of viable and sustainable community-based agriculture for food security, alternative energy sources, reproductive health programmes, conservation and tourism-related projects and securing business opportunities arising.
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TFCA Veterinary Willife Programme

Since antiquity, animal diseases in Africa have had an impact on wildlife, livestock and human settlement patterns. Food security, sustainable livelihoods and biodiversity can all be adversely affected by the inadequate control of animal diseases. The TFCA Veterinary Widllife Programme, through the Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station, focuses on animal diseases and related problems at the interface between people, livestock and wildlife.

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