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22 May 2012CONSERVATION TRAINING GETS MAJOR CASH BOOST

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17 May 2012Norway Grant Agreement for Nyika TFCA signed

Following on an earlier report regarding the funding secured for the Nyika TFCA involving Malawi and Zambia, the Norway Grant Agreement was signed on 16 May 2012.

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11 May 2012Swedish Postcode Lottery funds Simalaha Community Conservancy programme

The Swedish Postcode Lottery today announced that Peace Parks Foundation Sweden is the very fortunate recipient of SEK10 million for a special programme to be implemented in the Simalaha Community Con

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26 April 2012Sustainable management of the Nyika TFCA

Earlier this year the World Bank announced that all conditions had been met for it to release a Global Environmental Facility Trust Fund Grant to the value of $4.82 million to develop the Nyika TFCA

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10 April 2012The Anton Rupert Award for Lifetime Achievement in Conservation presented to Dr Ian Player

On 5 April 2012, the inaugural Anton Rupert Award for Lifetime Achievement in Conservation was presented to Dr Ian Player by Mr Werner Myburgh, Peace Parks Foundation CEO, and Dr Frank Raimondo, membe

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19 March 2012KAZA TFCA launched by five partner countries

On 15 March 2012 the Ministers responsible for environment, wildlife, natural resources, hotels and tourism of the Republics of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe hosted various stakeholde

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7 March 2012Large carnivore research in Limpopo National Park

For the past six months biologists Kristoffer and Leah Everatt, from the Centre of Wildlife Management at the University of Pretoria have been investigating the status of carnivore populations in Limp

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6 March 2012Mvelaphanda - February 2012 issue

For the latest on the Southern African Wildlife College's events, courses and student news, open the PDF.

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28 February 2012Turtle monitoring programme

On 14 July 2009 the government of Mozambique took a significant step in protecting its coastline when it declared a 678 km² marine protected area, stretching from Ponta do Ouro in the south to the Ma

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20 February 2012Swedish Postcode Lottery more than doubles its support to Peace Parks Foundation

On 13 February 2012, Peace Parks Foundation Sweden was the very fortunate recipient of €1.13 million (SEK 10 million) from the Swedish Postcode Lottery. This is more than double the amount (approxim

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