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14/07/20

The German Development Cooperation (GDC) through the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) provides support to SADC Secretariat and SADC Member States to implement the upcoming joint regional SADC/GIZ...

03/07/20

The SADC TFCA Network is pleased to announce a series of 10 seminars and 10 deep learning session on the history, experience and future of transfrontier conservation areas in our region. Every week, a variety of presenters and speakers will...

30/06/20

In June 2020, IUCN WCPA Transboundary Conservation Specialist Group released Version 2.0 of the ‘Diagnostic tool for transboundary conservation planners: Suggested questions to determine feasibility for transboundary conservation’. The Diagnostic...

29/06/20

Tuesday, the 12 May 2020 provides an opportunity for the region to celebrate 20 years since the establishment of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. On 12...

29/06/20

For more information on the programme and registration for each event, please visit: https://...

26/06/20

The SADC TFCAs Network Steering Committee welcomes the recent appointment of Ms. Kudakwashe (Kuda) Chigodo as the Team Leader, SADC Transfrontier...

25/06/20

Tilapia farmers from the villages of Ngomene, Mhala and Nhonguane in the buffer zone of the Maputo Special Reserve (MSR) and the Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve (PPMR), have started selling tilapia produced in Buthi Lagoon...

11/06/20

On the 26th and 27th of February, 2020, representatives from KfW, SADC Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANR) and IUCN Eastern and Southern Africa Regional (ESARO) met at the IUCN EARO offices in Nairobi, Kenya to agree on a road map for...

11/06/20

Since November 2019, conservation non-profit African Parks has signed...

29/04/20

Since the 1990s community-based natural resource management has taken off in Namibia’s north east, with the establishment of communal conservancies and community forests. With flourishing wildlife numbers and tangible benefits to rural...

28/04/20

Thirteen Virunga National Park rangers and staff members were among the 17 killed during a deadly attack on the Rumangabo village in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Friday, 24 April 2020. Three further rangers are seriously injured....

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