News 2021

  • Namibia's Women for Conservation. Photo: Dr Joni Saeger.

    NACSO advocates for gender equality and encourages women to take up roles in conservation initiatives. In 2019, a “Women for conservation” movement was initiated by a group of women from...

  • Game guard

    The Minister of Environment, Forestry, and Tourism, Hounorable Pohamba Shifeta, launched the Revised National Strategy on Wildlife Protection and Law Enforcement in February 2021 in Windhoek....

  • Marius Vainen Kock

    Marius Kock is a young Game guard from Oskop conservancy. He has been serving in this position for a year now. His job responsibilities include doing regular patrols in the conservancy, monitoring...

  • Elephants

    In Namibia and in most parts of Southern Africa, wildlife does not only serve an ecological purpose, but it also offers a crucial supplementary nutritional and economic gain to rural communities....

  • Sunnypo Imalwa and Albertina Fillipus

    NACSO is excited to welcome two new interns under the Donald Hamer Conservation Leadership Programme. This internship has been taking in young people from various fields of study for about 9 years...

  • Looking forward

    Welcome back to all our NACSO members and frequent site viewers.

    We hope you had a well rested holiday season and you're back refreshed and looking forward to what the year has in store for...

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