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  • NACOPAC workshop

    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.

  • Kavango and Zambezi Conservancy Associations

    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,...

  • Side Track booklets

    Looking for a new adventure? Then go on the Side Track routes through Namibia’s communal conservancies.

  • From left: Hon. Tommy Nambahu, German Ambassador, Christian Schlaga, Dr. Nadine Faschina and Max Muyemburuko

    Communities in Muduva Nyangana and George Mukoya Conservancies and Community Forests were graced with newly constructed Conservancy offices Dosa and Livayi villages respectively.

  • Raymond Kwenani

    Namibia has lost a pillar of conservation. Raymond Kakambi Kwenani passed away in Salambala Conservancy, Zambezi Region, on 28 February 2017.

  • Game guards Edward (left) and Martin

    Edward Mwaulika slips off his bicycle deep in the forest and listens. An elephant? Poachers?

  • Fanuel Ndjiva

    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.

  • Lion cub

    Undeniably cute – indisputably dangerous. Namibia’s lion dilemma is felt most keenly in the north-east Zambezi Region, sandwiched between Botswana, Angola and Zambia.

  • Photo: Gareth Bentley, WWF

    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...

  • Ingelore Katjingisiua

    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.

  • Zambezi bi-annual - Mashi conservancy

    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.

  • Matthew and Herman

    Two new interns have just joined NACSO’s Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP).

  • Jerome Mwilima

    This week IRDNC will bring the 15 conservancies in Zambezi Region together for the bi-annual meeting, to review successes, problems, and strategies.

  • Visitors to Namibia sometimes ask if the small horns on sale in craft shops, often as bottle openers, are “safe to buy”. Are they the result of poaching, or is the trade in animal products legal...

  • Cape griffon

    The largest and most recognizable bird of prey – the vulture, is the most threatened avian species with about 89% of Africa’s vulture species extinct or severely declining.

  • In a memorandum to the Namibia Chamber of Environment (NCE) members, the CEO, Dr.

  • During the Christmas break three suspected poachers were shot in Bwabwata National Park and the Chinese government announced a ban on the trade in ivory.

  • The year is turning the corner, and we hope that after four long years of drought the rains will come. George Epalanga farms in Dzoti Conservancy, Zambezi Region.

  • Photo: Patrick Bentley

    The tourist arriving at Victoria Falls Airport steps off the plane expecting to see elephants. Televisions beam pictures of a pristine African landscape, teeming with wildlife, into homes in the...

  • Delegates to a symposium on ‘The State of KAZA’ (the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area) met at the beginning of November in Victoria Falls to discuss progress five years after the...

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