The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 October 2022
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 […]
The communities of the Maputo Environmental Protection Area in southern Mozambique are benefiting from a new focus on sustainable livelihoods and marine protection, thanks to the recently rolled-out Blue Action Fund Kuvikela programme. Here, Farmer Field Schools are on the rise, with small-scale farmers coming together to learn how to solve food production problems […]
A revolution in ranger training is poised to take effect in southern Africa. It is aimed at closing the gap between transnational organised crime and rangers on the frontlines of conservation – on both sides of national borders. Driven by strong global demand, and high prices on the illegal market, poaching and trafficking of […]
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 […]
Maputo National Park’s Blue Action Fund target area.
Seven star ranger leaders from protected areas across southern Africa have taken part in a ground-breaking Leadership and Resilience Training course – and it’s been a ranger game-changer for them, their teams and their vital work.