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Zimbabwe to host the Africa’s Protected and Conserved Areas (APAD) conference in March

Eileen Kairu – AWF Zimbabwe through the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) will this year in March, host the second in-person APAD(Africa Protected Areas Director) conference. The first-ever Africa Protected Areas Congress was held in July 2022, in Kigali, Rwanda. The Africa Protected Areas Director (APAD) forum is a platform and network open […]

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16 000 species face imminent extinction as biodiversity die.

– It appears that our food and fuel production is happening at the expense of other species, IUCN says. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – At least 16 000 species are feared could become extinct soon as the number of endangered species continues to increase year after year. Some endangered species, such as tigers, are known

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A shot in the arm for the all women Akashinga project

– Our goal is to expand the wilderness under our control to 12 million hectares by 2030 by empowering hundreds of communities and thousands of women, Akashinga boss hinted.  John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – The Zimbabwean based International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) has been awarded a US$700,000 (Australian $1 million) grant from the Judith Neilson Foundation,

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