zambezi valley

Utariri conservation projects transform lives in the Zambezi valley.

-If we fail to address the climate change crisis, there will be more hunger, more injustice, and more conflict, the Swedish Ambassador to Zimbabwe warned. John Cassim Per Lindegarde Ambassador of Sweden in Zimbabwe on the right and Mads Lindegard, Country Director of DanChurchAid launches the photo exhibition Harare, Zimbabwe – The security walls of […]

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AWF continue to empower female rangers in the Zambezi Valley.

-According to the AWF Country Director, this initiative demonstrates the necessity of engaging women in developmental areas such as conservation. John Cassim Masvingo, Zimbabwe (CZ) – The ground temperature was 3 degrees Celsius, and it was cloudy and drizzly, but the thrill of finishing a monthlong basic ranger training at the ZimParks run Zimbabwe Institute

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Canoeing down the Zambezi River: Richard Branson testify

-We were fortunate to see many of the gentle giants on the trip, and see the sterling work the Zambezi Elephant Fund is doing to protect them, Richard said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Billionaire Richard Branson and founder of Virgin Group has testified, giving a chilling account of how he spend his time in Mana

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Mana Pools Conservation Agreement established for Zambia & Zimbabwe

John Cassim Zimbabwe and Zambian Ministers Mangaliso Ndlovu and Rodney Sikumba, after signing the LOZAMAP TFCA MoU in Harare. Harare, Zimbabwe – Zambia and Zimbabwe have established the Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools (LOZAMAP) TransFrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) after signing an MoU. The approach a few weeks ago by these two governments is meant to promote regional

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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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