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Community Development, Great Limpopo TFCA, Zinave National Park

A stolen forest repurposed

Zinave National Park recently presented the Macangussane Primary School near the town of Macuvale, located in the buffer zone of the park, with 37 new desks to celebrate the start of the 2019 school year. The desks were expertly crafted from wood confiscated from individuals who had been engaging in illegal logging activities within Zinave.

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A continued commitment to protect the rights of people and nature

The Swedish Postcode Lottery has continued its support to the work of Peace Parks Foundation with a contribution of SEK 15,630,000 announced at their annual gala event held on 13 March 2019.

Maputo Special Reserve

Studying animal behavior to guide pro-active conservation

Over a two-day period in February 2019, Maputo Special Reserve (MSR) in partnership with Peace Parks Foundation undertook the collaring of six elephant cows and two buffalo in Mozambique’s Maputo Special Reserve. The...

General

17 years of support from the Dutch Postcode Lottery

Peace Park Foundation has received a contribution of €1,350,000 from the Dutch Postcode Lottery to continue their work on the establishment of transfrontier conservation areas in southern Africa, as well as an additional...

Geographical Information Systems

Training off the beaten track

Denton Joachim, a Peace Parks Foundation GIS Technician, is regularly sent out to train field staff in several southern African transfrontier conservation areas. His work takes him well off the beaten track, often...

Malawi Zambia TFCA

Enchanted by the beauty and promise of Malawi

Majestic landscapes, warm-hearted hospitality and the atmosphere of old Africa make Malawi an enchanting place to visit. Add to this the progressive conservation plans and practices being implemented in Nyika and Vwaza Marsh...

Veterinary Research

Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak: Conservation International and Peace Parks Foundation call for a non-geographic, science based approach

Conservation International and Peace Parks Foundation are urging policy makers in South Africa to use a non-geographic based trade approach following an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle in the Vhembe District of...

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