Ondjou Conservancy

Named after the Otjiherero word for elephant

Quick facts

Registered:
October 2006
Region:
Otjozondjupa
Area:
8,729 km2
Approximate population:
3,034
Geographical features:

Characterised by undulating landscape and diverse vegetation including woodlands, grassland and well-defined drainage lines. Rock outcrops may have archaeological significance.

Particular features:

Traditional culture of Herero people.

Major wildlife resources:

Elephant, lion, leopard, giraffe, kudu, steenbok, gemsbok, wild dog, spotted hyaena, cheetah, black-backed jackal.

Enterprises:

Trophy hunting; devil’s claw harvesting.

Management:

Management Committee of six women and ten men; one staff; no wildlife monitoring at present.

Contacts:
Private Bag 2008, Grootfontein; Tel: 067 245509

Chairperson: Lucas Kandjii 081 753 7823
Manager: Rihana Kutakara 0817317488
Secretary: Vistolin Tjizera 0813983345

More info

NR and Governance Posters
PDF icon Ondjou Annual audit 2020 (2020)
PDF icon Ondjou Annual audit 2019 (2019)
PDF icon Ondjou Annual audit 2018 (2018)
PDF icon Ondjou Annual audit 2017 (2017)
PDF icon 2016 Ondjou Audit Report.pdf (2016)
PDF icon 2015 Ondjou Audit Report.pdf (2015)
PDF icon 2014 Ondjou Audit Report.pdf (2014)
Conservancy Profile Data
File 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. )
File 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. )
Conservancy Profile Map
(2009)
Gazette
PDF icon Gazette Ondjou.pdf (2006)