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INL Collaboration Unleashes the Power of Combating Wildlife Crime in southern Africa

Collaboration Combats Wildlife Crime: US Department of State International Bureau of Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) visits South Africa’s Wildlife Zones Project and is recognised for their ongoing support and commitment to combating wildlife crime in southern Africa. Peace Parks Foundation’s Combatting Wildlife Crime Programme works tirelessly to combat transnational organised wildlife and forest […]

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Fresh INSIGHT: Global Platform Relaunches to Boost Combating Wildlife Crime Efforts

INSIGHT is an online platform built to facilitate knowledge sharing between people and organisations working to combat wildlife crime. Previously known as the ‘iSivivane Anti-Poaching Toolbox’, it has recently been re-designed and re-launched as INSIGHT, a secure website with protected access for verified persons dedicated to operating as effectively as possible in this field. Wildlife […]

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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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Action for Rhinos: Flying High with The Bateleurs

In a bid to conserve endangered wildlife and mitigate environmental crimes, The Bateleurs, a non-profit organisation has joined forces with Peace Parks Foundation. This partnership provides crucial aerial anti-poaching support to the Integrated Wildlife Zones Project (IWZP). The IWZP is an initiative led by South Africa’s Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, gaining crucial […]

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The King of the Scavengers: Hyena Royalty Returns to Maputo National Park

Without impalas and hyenas, the lion cannot be the king of the jungle. African Proverb Apex predators have serious status; the lion lies in first place in the mighty hierarchy of Africa’s food chain – a fair call given their magnificence, and top-down significance. But no species exists in isolation; survival hinges on the interplay […]

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Mozambique Hails Golden Jubilee Gems and Conservation Wins in Zinave and Banhine

Along the Savé river, in the north-west of the Province of Inhambane, Zinave National Park makes the transition between the wet tropical lands and the dry lands of Mozambique; it represents an important crossing point for the nomadic animals migrating through the region. Giraffe, an icon of this park, lope through vegetation rich in acacias […]

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Nyika-Vwaza Agreement Shapes a Sustainable Conservation and Community Future

In a pivotal development for Malawi wildlife conservation, the country’s Minister of Tourism, The Hon. Vera Kamtukule, and the Chief Executive Officer of Peace Parks Foundation, Mr. Werner Myburgh, today signed a ground-breaking 20-year co-management agreement to secure the long-term protection and sustainability of two vital ecological havens in Malawi: Nyika National Park and Vwaza […]

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