Microsoft Launches ‘Planetary Computer’ to Reach Biodiversity Goals
06 May 2020
The German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) makes available EUR 1 million through KfW Development Bank for a COVID-19 relief initiative in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area. The initiative is implemented by Peace Parks Foundation in partnership with the Mozambican Government’s National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC). The activities to be funded include cash-for-work employment programmes that will provide temporary income for approximately 400 community members financially deprived as a result...READ MORE
This World Ranger Day, we take a moment to recognise the work being done by rangers across southern Africa to protect our conservation areas.
Peace Parks Foundation takes the necessary steps to ensure we remain ‘green’ - not just in the conservation areas where we are operational, but also at the various offices we work from.
Banhine National Park forms the central core of an ancient wildlife corridor that stretches from Kruger National Park in South Africa, across the Mozambique border, through Limpopo National Park and all the way...
During a week-long operation that took place during July 2019 in Limpopo and Banhine national parks in Mozambique, nine elephants were collared by teams from Saving the Survivors and Elephants Alive. Placing tracking...
This World Ranger Day, Peace Parks Foundation pays tribute to the brave men and women who are guarding Africa's precious conservation areas.