This is why we're moving 200 elephants
30 January 2019
Using bicycles in conservation offers simple solutions to complicated transportation problems in remote and expansive protected areas that often have limited resources. A group of Peace Park Foundation’s mountain biking enthusiasts took up the challenge of testing electronic bicycles, or e-bikes, that were donated by Pon.Bike to enhance ranger mobility in transfrontier conservation areas.READ MORE
The first 90 of 200 African buffalo were presented to the communities of Senior Chief Inyambo Yeta and Deputy Chief Joyce Sekute to further develop the Simalaha Community Conservancy, that forms a vital...
Earlier this year PPF GIS technician, Denton Joachim, travelled to the Luengue-Luiana National Park which lies within the Angolan component of the of Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area to provide SMART training to...
This week, KfW demonstrated its continued commitment to the development of KAZA, through the signing of a new funding agreement of €15,5 million for the period 2018 to 2022.
Panthera, supported by Peace Parks Foundation is focused on saving the African leopard.