Ehi-Rovipuka Conservancy

Named after the Otjiherero phrase for 'place of wildlife'

Quick facts

Registered:
January 2001
Region:
Kunene
Area:
1,980 km2
Approximate population:
1,846
Geographical features:

Semi-desert with 250-300 mm average annual rainfall. Savannah woodlands cover the rolling landscape while the river valleyssupport taller trees.

Particular features:

Ombonde River.

Major wildlife resources:

Elephant, leopard, lion, cheetah, eland, kudu, duiker, warthog, steenbok, gemsbok, giraffe, springbok, ostrich, mountain zebra.

Enterprises:

Trophy hunting; own-use hunting.

Management:

Management Committee of 12 men; Executive Committee of six members; staff of fiveCommunity Game Guards, one Field Officer and one Community Activator; wildlifemonitoring using annual roadbasedcount and Event Book monitoring system.

Contacts:
Ehi-Rovipuka Conservancy, P.O. Box 192, Kamanjab; Tel: 065-276200

Chairperson: Mr Asser K. Ujaha 0813523091, asserujaha@gmail.com
Secretary: Mr Koos Kavetu 0813979055

More info

Game Count Data
File North West Game Count data up to 2017 (2017)
Game Count Poster
PDF icon North West Game Count overall 2017 (2017 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - Conservancies north of veterinary fence 2017 (2017 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - conservancies south of the vet fence 2017 (2017 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - Palmwag and Etendeka concessions 2017 (2017 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - Hobatere concession area 2017 (2017 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas)
PDF icon North West Game Count overall 2016 (2016 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - Conservancies north of veterinary fence 2016 (2016 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - conservancies south of the vet fence 2016 (2016 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - Palmwag and Etendeka concessions 2016 (2016 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - Hobatere concession area 2016 (2016 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas)
PDF icon North West Game Count - overall 2015 (2015 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - waterhole count 2015 (2015 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - conservancies north of the vet fence 2015 (2015 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - conservancies south of the vet fence 2015 (2015 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas), PDF icon North West Game Count - concession areas 2015 (2015 - One overall summary poster, plus 4 posters of sub-areas)
PDF icon North-West game count poster 2014 (2014)
Conservancy Profile Map
(2017)
Conservancy Profile Data
File Conservancies Annual audit overview statistics 1999-2016 (2016 - Overview statistics for 1999 to 2016 giving information per conservancy on problem animals, poaching, predator sightings, introductions, performance scores, mortalities, rainfall, vegetation, fishing activity and catches etc as presented in the NR audit report posters. )
NR and Governance Posters
PDF icon 2016 Ehirovipuka Audit Report.pdf (2016)
PDF icon 2015 Ehirovipuka Audit Report.pdf (2015)
PDF icon 2014 Ehi-Rivopuka Audit Report.pdf (2014)
Conservancy Profile Brochure
PDF icon English (2012)
Conservancy Profile Poster
PDF icon English (2012)
PDF icon Herero (2012)
PDF icon Ehi-Rovipuka Fact Sheet (2009)
Gazette
PDF icon Gazette Ehirovipuka.pdf (2001)