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3 March 2017Rhino orphans get a second chance at a 'wild' life

This World Wildlife Day, which calls on the world to 'Listen to the Young Voices' of the next generation, let us also not forget the desperate calls of the many young rhino calves left orphaned by the

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27 February 2017GIS benefitting conservation

The Peace Parks Foundation Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team recently spent time at the Southern African Wildlife College to train the Higher Education and Training protected area management

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22 February 2017Expanding Great Limpopo!

On Wednesday, 22 February, Mozambique's National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC) and Licoturismo signed a memorandum of understanding to formally establish the Greater Libombos Conservanc

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17 February 2017Supporting food security

To further food security and sustainable development, Peace Parks Foundation this month supported the distribution of corn and bean seed kits to resettled communities, thereby improving their agricult

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13 February 2017Helping students cope

Apart from the official training programme to equip them to work in the hospitality industry, students at the SA College for Tourism are also assisted in other ways. During their orientation week, a

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8 February 2017Dutch Postcode Lottery donates record amount of €341 million to charity

Peace Parks Foundation has, for the 15th consecutive year, received a contribution from the Dutch Postcode Lottery. This year Peace Parks Foundation again received a cheque for €1.35 million to cont

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1 February 2017Peace Parks Foundation celebrates 20th anniversary

Twenty years ago today, Peace Parks Foundation was founded by HRH Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, Nelson Mandela and Dr Anton Rupert to facilitate the establishment of peace parks, or transfrontie

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25 January 2017The KAZA univisa is back!

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19 January 2017 Cooking up a storm to encourage legal and sustainable foods for the Lunar New Year holidays, instead of threatened wildlife

Hanoi, Viet Nam — TRAFFIC and the Centre for Women and Development (CWD) held a cooking competition in Hanoi in January where nearly 100 people showed their commitment to wildlife protection.

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13 January 2017CITW Hosts Second Annual Tri-Nations Camp at Mapungubwe

Children in the Wilderness (CITW) is proud to have hosted yet another successful Tri-Nations Camp at Mapungubwe National Park, in partnership with Peace Parks Foundation and the Greater Mapungubwe Tra

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