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17 February 2015New equipment for Simalaha Community Conservancy

Thanks to MAVA Fondation pour la Nature support, 10 February marked the arrival of a new tractor, a new trailer and a rotary mower, all of which will be used in the Simalaha Community Conservancy to m

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11 February 2015Bindzu & Tchia agricultural project launched

The Bindzu and Tchia Association’s agricultural project has just been launched. Situated in the Mozambican component of the Lubombo TFCA, the project will provide an income to 40 farmers and food se

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3 February 2015Signage erected to help protect marine life and coral reefs

Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve, the Mozambican component of Africa’s first transfrontier marine conservation area, has erected signage to further safeguard the delicate marine life and coral r

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2 February 2015Latest news from the Southern African Wildlife College

Open the PDF for news on the Southern African Wildlife College's events, courses and students.

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28 January 2015Peace Parks Foundation receives another €1.35 million from the Dutch Postcode Lottery

Peace Parks Foundation, as an annual beneficiary of the Dutch Postcode Lottery, is the very fortunate recipient of another €1.35 million ($1.52m).

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26 January 2015Cross-border school visit

The /Ai/Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park experienced a first when prefects from a primary school in Oranjemund in Namibia came to visit from 16 - 18 January.

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20 January 2015Seamless management of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

In Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, staff from Botswana and South Africa work together to ensure that visitors adhere to park regulations in order to protect the fragile desert environment and its wildli

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13 January 2015Wildlife populations increasing steadily

In 2010 the Mozambican government began a translocation programme to Maputo Special Reserve in order to re-introduce species that were historically found in the area and to develop a tourism product.

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6 January 2015Kgalagadi now has WiFi

In follow-up to the previous report, when WiFi was installed at Twee Rivieren/Two Rivers entrance gate and rest camp, the service has now been extended.

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29 December 2014Training videos for Simalaha Community Conservancy

Hitachi Data Systems and Xcelus, with generous support from the Kadans Foundation, has produced conservation farming training videos. The videos were distributed on Samsung Tablets that will be used b

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