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Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Tech giant rallies behind the children of Simalaha

Hitachi Vantara staff members donated more than € 2 300 out of their own pockets towards the development of vegetable gardens at 13 primary schools in Simalaha. This will not only assist in providing the children with a nutritious meal every day, but it is also anticipated to have a positive effect on the children’s health, attention spans, energy levels and ultimately their academic results.

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Community Development, Great Limpopo TFCA, Limpopo National Park

Limpopo National Park – giving hope to a co-existence between people and wildlife

To ensure the core wilderness zones of Limpopo National Park are fully protected, and to provide those living within the park access to much-needed livelihood opportunities, a voluntary resettlement programme led by the...

General

The Dutch Postcode Lottery continues to support transfrontier conservation

The Dutch Postcode Lottery again supported Peace Parks Foundation with a generous donation of €1.35 million this year. The funding enables Peace Parks to continue working on the protection and sustainable development of...

General, PPF Sweden, Uncategorised

10 years of continued support from Swedish Postcode Lottery

On 19 March 2021, the Swedish Postcode Lottery, during the online Annual Charity Event, divided over one billion in Swedish Krona, SEK 1 040 423 000, between 58 non-profit organisations. Peace Parks was...

General, SA College for Tourism, sact, Tourism

Magic Grant supports women’s empowerment initiative

Our very own Mariette Ferreira, Executive Director of the SA College for Tourism (SACT), is a recipient of the Magic Grant awarded by the Helen Gurley Brown Foundation. The Foundation awards these grants...

Community Development

Equipping champions – a custodianship approach to combat wildlife crime

In late 2019, the South African Government launched the GEF 6 Project that aims to strengthen institutions, information management and monitoring to reduce the rate of illegal wildlife trade in South Africa.

Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Sioma Ngwezi National Park, Wildlife Crime

Creating safe havens for pangolins

As we commemorate the 10th Annual World Pangolin Day on 20 February 2021, we are reminded of the plight of these uniquely beautiful scaly anteaters. As a result of being relentlessly poached for...

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