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15 June 2018Providing water as a life source for people, livestock and agriculture.

As part of the MozBio Water and Agriculture Project, two of four multi-use water systems were this week handed over to the Gala and Guengu communities in ceremonies led by the Matutuine District Perma

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8 June 2018Southern Mozambique set for major tourism development

8 June 2018 - Transfrontier conservation NGO, Peace Parks Foundation, has signed a partnership agreement with Mozambique to support the management and development of the Maputo Special Reserve and Pon

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5 June 2018Microsoft enables South African NPOs to drive greater impact through digital transformation

Author: Microsoft SA On Tuesday (5 June 2018), Microsoft Philanthropies announced $1M (US) in cash and technology grants to three innovative South African non-profit organisations (NPOs) to help furth

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28 May 2018Further support from KfW for Africa's largest transfrontier conservation area

The German Government, through its development bank, KfW, has been closely involved in the development of the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation area since its inception in 2006. This week, Kf

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24 May 2018Ellie mom saved from snare

A remarkable rescue mission was undertaken Sunday, 20 May 2018, when a female elephant, with a two-week-old baby right on her heels, was seen early-morning with a snare cutting into her left hind leg.

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22 May 2018A woman at the conservation frontline

At 32 years old, Lucrescencia Macuacua is one of three women who not only completed this year’s ranger training course in Limpopo National Park, but the second highest scoring candidate in the class

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17 May 2018More rangers for Mozambique

On 16 May 2018, 39 recruits, three of them female, celebrated their graduation as rangers during a passout parade held in the Limpopo National Park, Mozambique. This follows the successful completion

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5 April 2018Mana Pools: proudly protecting Zimbabwe’s wildlife

Wildlife crime is an extremely complex problem that requires multiple levels of intervention to solve. It is well-known that there are three critical components any anti-poaching strategy depends on:

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19 March 2018Vietnamese youth appeal to their peers to stop using rhino horn

Vietnamese youth from Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) are appealing to their friends, family and peers to stop using rhino horn. In July 2017, the lives of 11 students from various international schools in H

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8 March 2018Reproductive Health: Empowering the women of Mozambique

Hortencia Tembe had her first child at the age of 16. She lives in a small, rural village in the south of Mozambique. Having only attended school up to 3rd grade level, she understood the challenges s

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