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Southern African Wildlife College

The Bookworm Kiddies Club

As a way of generating a love for reading from a young age, the Southern African Wildlife College Resource Centre started the Bookmobile Project in 2012. The main goal of the project is to make books available to children from the local community. These children do not have access to reading material, as there are no community libraries and most schools do not have a functional library.

SA College for Tourism

K9 Conservation

The SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy continues to successfully train highly skilled trackers who are extremely sought after in the conservation sector. The Academy has shown that traditional tracking skills have a...


Peace Parks Foundation Legacy Trust Launched

“Intrinsic to human nature is the aspiration to create something of value for posterity,” says Mr Hansjürg Saager, Chairman of the Peace Parks Foundation Legacy Trust.

Lubombo TFCA, Maputo Special Reserve, Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve, Technology and Innovation

Monitoring & Evaluation Systems Training In The Lubombo TFCA

Staff members of the Maputo Special Reserve and the Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve in Mozambique were recently trained in the use of a spatial monitoring & evaluation system.

Geographical Information Systems, Southern African Wildlife College

Training Conservation Staff In GIS And GPS

The Foundation has been offering basic Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) training at the Southern Africa Wildlife College (SAWC) for the past 13 years. The value of GIS as...

Kavango Zambezi TFCA

Another €15.5 Milliion For Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) TFCA

On 8 March 2013, State Secretary Hans-Jürgen Beerfeltz of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) handed a symbolic cheque to the amount of €15.5 million to the Deputy Executive...

Kavango Zambezi TFCA

Developing Sioma Ngwezi National Park In The Kaza TFCA

From left is Prof. Andrew Nambota, representatives of the Barotse Royal Establishment, Mrs Pamela and Mr Neville Isdell next to the Bat Hawk microlight they donated, Minister Sylvia Masebo, Mr Werner Myburgh, Ms...

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