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2019 – a year of impactful, dynamic conservation.

Looking back on 2019, we cannot but feel extremely proud of what has been achieved. We have rebuilt, rewilded, forged partnerships and came one step closer to restoring tomorrow.

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Translocations: a look behind the scenes

Peace Parks Foundation has a network of trusted crews who dedicate much of their time, often at a fraction of their commercial rates, to capture our work on film. These guys and girls...

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Empowering the next generation of conservationists

Through Peace Park’s relationship with De Beers, Planner and GIS Technician, Khuthi Nethengwe, was selected to attend a prestigious learning event in Brazil. The two-week course was run by the Conservation Leadership Programme,...

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Welcoming new board members

Peace Parks Foundation is proud to welcome Mr Neville Isdell and Mr Gerhard Swiegers to our board.

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Restoring balance for a brighter tomorrow

The importance of biodiversity cannot be overstated. Each organism, whether it walks on two legs or four, flies or crawls, produces oxygen or breathes it, plays a critical role in keeping us alive....

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Saluting the brave rangers who helped cyclone Kenneth victims

Hundreds of thousands of Mozambicans were affected by the country's worst cyclone yet. We deployed 17 brave rangers from Maputo Special Reserve, Zinave and Limpopo national parks on a 5 000 km journey...

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Supporting victims of Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique

A group of 15 rangers have been deployed from Limpopo and Zinave national parks, as well Maputo Special Reserve, to aid those affected by Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique's Quirimbas region.

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