Tourism

SADC TFCAs M&E Framework Elements workshop report

During the 2017 SADC TFCAs Network Meeting, the Consultant tasked to produce the M&E framework for the SADC TFCAs programme held a workshop to discuss and agree on the contents, structure, and outcomes of the Framework. The participants to the workshop were primarily the members of the SADC TFCAs Steering Committee, the SADC TFCAs Focal Points and the members of the M&E Community of Practice. The discussion and outcomes of the workshop are presented in this report. 

Abstract format and selection process

This document informs you on the format for abstracts and the selection process for the presenters.

Limpopo National Park One Health Assessment report

This document is the result of the third One Health Assessment in the Limpopo National Park, which was initiated by WCS in 2007 with the fieldwork conducted by Dr. M. Kock, Dr. A. de Nazare Mangueze and Mr. M. J. Murphree. The fieldwork for this report was conducted in August 2013, but the report was only finalised in 2016. Because of this, the author liaised directly with the previous Project Manager of the LNP, Mr. A. Alexander, to ensure information was updated to 2016, and changes in any situational issue noted in the report were included.

2014 RP-PCP and AHEAD-GLTFCA Conference Report

In 2014, the AHEAD-GLTFCA Coordinator partnered with the Research Platform - Production and Conservation in Partnership to host a regional conference entitled "Management of protected areas and their peripheries in Southern Africa: has anything changed with the creation of TFCAs?". The conference was held at the Painted Dog Conservation office in Dete, Hwange (Zimbabwe). This document offers a summary of the speeches and presentations, including the full speech of Prof. M.W. Murphree entitled "The Invisible People".

2014 RP-PCP and AHEAD-GLTFCA Conference Report

In 2014, the AHEAD-GLTFCA Coordinator partnered with the Research Platform - Production and Conservation in Partnership to host a regional conference entitled "Management of protected areas and their peripheries in Southern Africa: has anything changed with the creation of TFCAs?". The conference was held at the Painted Dog Conservation office in Dete, Hwange (Zimbabwe). This document offers a summary of the speeches and presentations, including the full speech of Prof. M.W. Murphree entitled "The Invisible People".

Peace Parks Foundation Quarterly Review Oct-Dec 2015

The Quarterly Review highlights achievements and events of October to December 2015.

Transboundary protected areas: Opportunities and challenges

Transboundary protected areas—parcels of land designated for joint protection by neighboring countries—can be important tools for post-conflict peacebuilding and environmental management. The benefits of transboundary protected areas are evidenced by their growth in popularity: in the late 1980s, there were fifty-nine; as of 2012, there were more than 600 (Balkans Peace Park Project n.d.).

Baleni Scared Salt Camp

This African Ivory Route-Baleni Camp, won a silver award in the “Engaging People and Culture” category at the 2015 African Responsible Tourism Awards. Attached the Baleni story with pictures.

Transfrontier Parks Destination 2015 submission to African Responsible Tourism Awards

Attached the Submission which was made to the African Responsible Awards by Transfrontier Parks Tourism Destination

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