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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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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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Historic 20-year multi-party partnership agreement to restore and protect the Sioma Ngwezi landscape in Zambia

Livingstone, 27/03/2024 – The Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) in collaboration with the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE), Peace Parks Foundation and WWF Zambia, have entered into a unique agreement to co-manage the Sioma Ngwezi Management Complex for the next twenty years. The involvement of Indigenous Peoples in the management of ancestral territories reflects […]

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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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