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Government of Mozambique and Peace Parks Celebrate Inauguration of Award-Winning Membene Lodge in Maputo National Park

The Government of Mozambique and Peace Parks celebrates the official inauguration of Membene Lodge, Maputo National Park’s latest, award-winning, tourism asset.

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Sensor Sensation: Colette Leads the Way for Women in Conservation Technology

Colette Terblanche, Project Manager for Peace Parks Foundation’s Combatting Wildlife Crime team, is an anti-poaching powerhouse. For more than five years, she has been committed to the daunting, and mounting, challenges of rhino protection, in a minority of women working in this field. In the age of intense and escalating wildlife crime, poaching strategies continue […]

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Peace Parks Mourns the Passing of Namibia’s President Hage Geingob 

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Namibia’s President Hage Geingob, at the age of 82. In 2016, he accepted the invitation to become an Honorary Patron of Peace Parks. Throughout his time in this position, he offered his full support of transboundary conservation and the vital role it plays […]

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The Wonders of Simalaha’s Wetlands

Situated secretively within the expansive Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area, the Simalaha Community Conservancy is shaped, sustained and drained by a network of rivers flowing through the Kavango and Zambezi river basins. These waterways are the lifeblood of a complex wetland ecosystem, which holds both vital resources and crucial solutions.  Simalaha was established in […]

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A Year of Impactful Partnerships

If there is one thing that Peace Parks Foundation understands, it is the value of partnerships. It is the ultimate key to conservation success. When working at the scale that we do, we cannot do it alone. We need to join hands with like-minded organisations, drawing on the strengths that each role player brings to […]

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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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