The following Act - No.
NACSO connects the communities and organisations that manage and conserve Namibia’s natural resources
The following Act - No.
Herman Aindongo had the privilege to travel with NACSO Director Maxi Louis to Zimbabwe in May to broaden his experience of conservation in southern Africa.
Nothing gets Namibians more excited than land. A second Land Conference is planned, following on from the first shortly after independence.
NACSO organised a three-day workshop for The North Central Conservancy and Community Forest Regional Association, in Ondangwa from 19 to 21 June 2017.
A heart warming film from Wilderness Safaris...
Congratulations Elena Doyle, the winner of two nights for two at Hobatere lodge.
The Tourism Expo, which is one of the important social events in Windhoek, took place from 31 May to 3 June 2017 at the show grounds.
The time to act – to combat wildlife crime – is now.
In a new initiative NACSO is updating its members on events past, present and future, such as the NACOPAC Workshop which took place in April.
At a meeting in Rundu on 26 April, the Kavango and Zambezi Conservancy Associations took strong issue with some of the allegations by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Natural Resources,...
Looking for a new adventure? Then go on the Side Track routes through Namibia’s communal conservancies.
Communities in Muduva Nyangana and George Mukoya Conservancies and Community Forests were graced with newly constructed Conservancy offices Dosa and Livayi villages respectively.
Namibia has lost a pillar of conservation. Raymond Kakambi Kwenani passed away in Salambala Conservancy, Zambezi Region, on 28 February 2017.
Edward Mwaulika slips off his bicycle deep in the forest and listens. An elephant? Poachers?
For tourists, the new Galton Gate is an entrance to the west side of Etosha National Park, and a new gateway to the resorts of Okakuejojo, Halali and Namutoni.
Undeniably cute – indisputably dangerous. Namibia’s lion dilemma is felt most keenly in the north-east Zambezi Region, sandwiched between Botswana, Angola and Zambia.
While delegates to the National Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict Management, hosted by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) in Windhoek on the first two days of March were often...
Tourism is a major industry in Namibia. This country is one of the leading tourism destinations in Africa because of its unique landscapes and vast array of wildlife.
Lush foliage near the Kwando river in Mashi conservancy surrounded the campsite where the Zambezi Bi-annual Conservancy meeting took place from 8 to 10 February 2017.
Two new interns have just joined NACSO’s Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP).
Find more news using the Monthly news archive links on the top right of this page. For download access to the photos in this story and others contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright © NACSO 2020,
Website by JARO Consultancy