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Simalaha Community Conservancy

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Living In Harmony

People, livestock and wildlife living together harmoniously became a reality with the establishment of Simalaha Community Conservancy in western Zambia in 2012. Since then, not one animal has been poached. The resident community and game scouts make sure of it Wildlife returns to Simalaha  In 2012, a 240 km² sanctuary in the 1800 km² Simalaha […]

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SEK7 Million From The Swedish Postcode Lottery!

Thank You! Peace Parks Foundation thanks the Swedish Postcode Lottery and the many ticket buyers for their tremendous and continued support, which has made a major contribution to transfrontier conservaton development in southern Africa,...

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

New Equiptment 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 Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Training 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 by lead farmers to...

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Rewilding, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Zebra Return To The Simalaha Floodplains

It has been decades since there were zebra on the Simalaha floodplains. September 24, 2014 was a key day for Simalaha when 50 zebra were captured in the Salambala Conservancy in the Zambezi...

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Simahala Community Wildlife Monitors Deployed

On 15 May the community wildlife monitors trained to work in the Simalaha Community Conservancy celebrated their passing out parade. The 22 wildlife monitors will replace the Sekute Community Trust and Zambia Wildlife...

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, PPF Sweden, Simalaha Community Conservancy

SEK19 Million From The Swedish Postcode Lottery!

On 20 February 2014 Peace Parks Foundation Sweden, as a beneficiary of the Swedish Postcode Lottery, became the very fortunate recipient of SEK10 million. In addition to this, Peace Parks Foundation also received...

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