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Kavango Zambezi and beyond: how you can help protect bird life in flight

The mighty Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) is the largest transboundary landscape in the world, and Peace Parks Foundation has been working with member states to support its development since 2004. Its vast and remarkable mosaic of ecosystems is spread across five countries, encouraging abundant wildlife populations to roam freely across borders. Throughout […]

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Herding for Health connects community farmers with markets

Farmers participating in the Herding for Health programme in Massingir in the Gaza province bordering the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique, no longer loose cattle to predation. Cattle are heathier, fatter and now they are ready to go to market.    Healthy cattle and vibrant soil  Delcio Juliao, Implementation Manager of the Herding for Health Project, […]

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Peace Parks’ Partnership Pacts to Protect Biodiversity

Historic. Ambitious. A win for the planet. Those were the words used in 2022 to describe the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, an ambitious pact signed by 198 countries to protect, restore and live in harmony with the natural world. It includes goals and targets from here to 2050 that aim to protect biodiversity, halt species extinction, and ensure that […]

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Unleashing the Wild: Colette’s Ultra AFRICA Race

‘Running for your life’ has a different meaning for Colette Terblanche, Peace Parks’ Combatting Wildlife Crime Project Manager and freshly victorious Ultra AFRICA Race participant. She recently completed this immense 220 km feat through southern Mozambique, over five days, in intense heat on gritty, sandy trails. The entire experience was incredible. I always expected it to […]

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Zimbabwe and Peace Parks Foundation Sign Historic 20-Year Agreement to Co-Manage the Iconic Greater Mana Pools Ecosystem

The Government of Zimbabwe and Peace Parks Foundation signed a Co-Management Agreement for the Greater Mana Pools Ecosystem – home to World Heritage and Ramsar sites and a main draw of tourism income for the country. The long-term partnership agreement underscores a shared dedication to effective stewardship of this iconic landscape, grounded in a robust […]

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Sky Count: Wildlife Numbers Shaping Conservation

In October 2023, an aerial census was conducted by the Maputo, Zinave, Banhine and Limpopo national parks to determine their wildlife populations, with support from Peace Parks Foundation and Mozambique’s National Administration for Conservation Areas (ANAC). Early estimates indicate a substantial growth in wildlife species across the participating parks, all attributed to successful conservation efforts. […]

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Mozambique Government, Peace Parks Foundation and Partners Secure Massive Success for Rhino Survival

Third group of rhino from South Africa to Mozambique establishes viable population in Zinave National Park. [Zinave National Park, 10 September 2023]: In an extraordinary achievement for transboundary conservation and community livelihoods, an additional 10 rhinos have been successfully transported from South Africa to Zinave National Park, Mozambique. This marks a significant milestone in the […]

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