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  • Chobe River, Serondela lodge, Tour guide, Benito Siyeta on a boat cruise

    “The boat is easy, I learnt it in an hour,” says Benito.

  • Field visitors' group picture

    “The atmosphere of openness is just impressive”, said Vicky Lee Wallgren, Director of Forests and Wildlife from WWF Sweden, at a debriefing meeting in Windhoek, after returning from a week-long...

  • Sir Brilliant, Chairperson of the Kwandu conservancy speaking at the Conservancy Regional Association workshop, held at NACSO

    The bulletins highlight significant work accomplished by NACSO in 2018.

  • Workshop participants

    Prosecutors, magistrates and judges meet to combat wildlife crime

  • Game guards during the NRM audit

    Once again, it is the beginning of the year and after the holiday we take it that everyone has rested enough and ready to start off with the new year.

  • The Government of Nepal’s Ministry of Forests and Environment, in partnership with the World Bank, hosted a conference last month to showcase a series of global case studies on how tourism can be...

  • NACSO's 18th Annual General Meeting took place on January 31 and was chaired by Ronny Dempers, the Director of NACSO member organisation the Namibia Development Trust. NACSO brings together NGOs...

  • Chobe River Lodge

    The year 2018 brought good rains to Zambezi region. Some areas were flooded, including the road to Chobe River Lodge.

  • Pineas Kasaona

    Anabeb conservancy, situated in Kunene region, is surrounded by mountains with beautiful shades of brown and sparse mopane trees, but due to the lack of rain over the past few years the area is...

  • Hilma Angula, NACSO Institutional Development Working Group Coordinator

    As might be expected for someone taking up a new position, Hilma Angula had just arrived early for the NACSO Annual General Meeting, which was to be held in the organisation’s boardroom in early...

  • December has seen two important UN conferences, on biodiversity and climate change. It is the time of year when many of us spend time with the family over Christmas, and make resolutions for the...

  • Trainer Dannie Small

    Prosecutors and magistrates improve skills to combat wildlife crime in Namibia

    Namibia’s population of free-roaming black rhino is the world’s largest, but there are no...

  • Bikers for CCF

    In December 2018, four Grandmaster cyclists (over the age of 60) will be taking on the challenge to raise funds for the Cheetah Conservation Fund.

  • Farmers recieving payments

    Farmers in Tsiseb Conservancy receive first ever payment from the Wildlife Credits Scheme for livestock killed by lions

  • Guarding dog with a herd of livestock

    At the recent workshop on governance that took place at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) Centre, most of the participants were farmers who come from Human Wildlife Conflict (HWC) hotspots.

  • U.S Ambassador to Namibia, Ms. Lisa Johnson, Handler and Minister of Environment and Tourism, the Hon. Pohamba Shifeta.

    The new Dog Unit for Wildlife Protection and Law Enforcement in the Ministry of Environment and Tourism was let off the leash at the Law Enforcement Training School at the Waterberg Plateau...

  • Conservation, environment and sustainable development at a glance

    The Namibian Chamber of Environment has a small bursary to assist deserving Namibian individuals who wish to further their studies in the fields of conservation, environment and sustainable...

  • Regional Association representatives with CCF, NACSO & NDT staff

    On the 8th of September 2018, staff members at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) gave a warm welcome to the Otjozondupa Regional Conservancy and Community Forest Association (ORCCFA)...

  • Simson Uri-Khob, the Director of Save the Rhino Trust

    At the USAID funded Combatting Wildlife Crime ‘Namibian Landscape’ meeting on 9 October, Simson Uri-Khob, the Director of Save the Rhino Trust, could point to nine rhino calves born in the last...

  • MET Director of Parks and Wildlife, Colgar Sikopo and Deputy Director of Scientific Services, Kenneth Uiseb at the hunting meeting

    Hunting contracts were on the agenda from the 18th-20th September 2018, when conservancy representatives, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) officials, and conservation organisations...


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