NACSO connects the communities and organisations that manage and conserve Namibia’s natural resources
Named after Impalila Island which means 'the far away place'.
The island is bounded by the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers. Average annual rainfall is over 600 mm.
Prominent baobab tree from which people can view four countries bordering each other.
Elephant, buffalo, crocodile, hippo, waterbuck, common impala, lechwe, sitatunga, warthog,bbushbuck, interesting bird life, tiger fish, catfish, various tilapia fish species.
Joint-venture tourism agreement with Impalila Island Lodge; tourism activities include birding, fishing, village visits and crafts; trophy hunting.
Management Committee of five men and four women; Executive Committee of two men and four women includes a representative of the traditional authority as advisor; staff of a Manager, a Secretary, a Treasurer, four Community Game Rangers, two Community Resource Monitors, three Tour Guides and a Watchman; wildlife monitoring using annual count on foot and Event Book monitoring system.
Chairperson: Martin Ngonga 081 355 7321, email@example.com
|Impalila Annual audit 2020 (2020)|
|Impalila Annual audit 2019 (2019)|
|Impalila annual audit 2018 (2018)|
|Impalila Annual audit 2017 (2017)|
|2016 Impalila Audit Report.pdf (2016)|
|2015 Impalila Audit Report.pdf (2015)|
|2014 Impalila Audit Report.pdf (2014)|
|Conservancies Annual audit overview statistics 2017 (2017 - Overview statistics for 2017 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. )|
|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. )|
|Kasaya FR 6197-N298 .pdf (2016)|
|Gazette Impalila.pdf (2005)|