2 June 2014
In an interview with LiveScience Dr Naidoo said: "In Africa, wildlife migration is threatened largely by fences that divide Africa into this patchwork of blocks. The beauty of KAZA is that that doesn't exist. Now, we've got this strong scientific basis of a migration of that size — something of that length, and all of it took place within KAZA. We need to preserve that."
"The findings of this study emphasize the importance of transfrontier conservation areas in conservation of the greater landscape" said Pierre Du Preez, Chief Conservation Scientist at MET in Namibia.
In June 2010 the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), through KfW, committed funding for KAZA TFCA’s development. Peace Parks Foundation was appointed as implementing agent by the partner countries to provide financial management and technical and co-financing support to the KAZA secretariat.
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, Kfread more
25 May 2017Solar powered to success
The Kasaya School in the Simalaha Community Conservancy is a modest building. Yet inside great positive transformation is happening – and it’s impacting the whole community.read more
9 May 2017Conservation agriculture sweeps across Zambia
Farmers inside the Simalaha Community Conservancy in KAZA TFCA have more than enough fresh vegetables to feed their families, and surplus produce is sold. This because conservation agriculture is beinread more
29 March 2017Living in harmony
People, livestock and wildlife living together harmoniously became a reality with the establishment of Simalaha Community Conservancy in western Zambia in 2012. Since then, not one animal has been poread more
25 January 2017The KAZA univisa is back!read more
8 September 2016Meeting of KAZA TFCA traditional leaders
On 2 September, traditional leaders from four of the five KAZA TFCA partner countries met in Livingstone, Zambia.read more
12 August 2016World Elephant Day
The dramatic escalation of poaching, habitat loss, human-elephant conflict and mistreatment in captivity are just some of the threats to elephant.read more
19 April 2016KAZA TFCA Secretariat and Peace Parks Foundation formalise cooperation
The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) and Peace Parks Foundation have worked together since the inception of KAZA. On 8 April 2016, the KAZA Secretariat Executive Director,read more
2 February 2016New headquarters for Sioma Ngwezi National Park
Saturday, 30 January 2016 saw the official opening of the Sioma Ngwezi National Park headquarters in Zambia by Deputy Minister of Tourism and Arts, Mr Patrick Ngoma. Also participating in the ceremonyread more
28 November 2014KAZA TFCA univisa now in effect
In a major step to enhance tourism to the world's largest terrestrial transfrontier conservation area, the governments of Zambia and Zimbabwe are today launching the Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) TFCA univisread more