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ABCG-TNC Event: An Innovative CBNRM Approach in the Kafue Ecosystem in Western Zambia

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Overview: The Kafue Ecosystem in western Zambia is a 16.7 million acre complex of intact woodland and seasonally flooded grasslands that derives its name from the Kafue River. It faces increasing threats from misguided human activity. Government resources for managing these threats in the Kafue ecosystem are limited. TNC is engaging with the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), the community in the Mulobezi Game Management Area (GMA), and others to help address these threats and develop sustainable and effective mechanisms which can be replicated elsewhere in Zambia.
When Oct 31, 2012
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where The Nature Conservancy 4245 N. Fairfax Drive Room 1-B Arlington, VA 22203
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Contact Phone 202-560-2040
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Our strategies in KNP include helping ZAWA rehabilitate Park infrastructure; training, equipping and deploying game scouts; improving fire management and monitoring of wildlife populations; and facilitating tourism investment. TNC has begun to pilot a new participatory approach to CBNRM in Mulobezi GMA, which we will share during the presentation.

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