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BOTWANA AND NAMIBIA (KAZA)
SWM Project xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxx
In July 2015, Kanimbwa Community School in Kanimbwa, Nyawa Chiefdom of Kazungula District in the Southern Province of Zambia was hit by a strong wind. The intense wind destroyed a three-blocked...
 The latest World Migratory Bird Day (May 8th) was dedicated to raising awareness about migratory birds and the need for international cooperation to conserve...
Dear colleagues, dear friends,We have the pleasure of inviting you to the virtual launch of the Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme Community Conservancy Project in...
On May 6th and 7th, 15 agents of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve (WCS and ICCN all working on the SWM activities) have been trained to encourage behavior change through a targeted communication campaign...
After a successful maintenance, the public portal and the intranet section are reachable again. Remember that you can now access to your user profile and logout by clicking on your user icon...
Please find below this week’s communication update. Our main (and major) highlight is that the SWM DRC videos are now online in both French and English. As shown in the photo, yesterday...
It was a 3.5-meter python that was caught by Zimbabwe National Parks services behind the SWM offices in Harare’s urban area. Comfortably curled up in a hole in the middle of a poorly maintained...

How widespread is lemur and fossa meat consumption?

New paper published: Assessing the prevalence of protected species consumption by rural communities in Makira Natural Park, Madagascar, through the unmatched count technique.

This article reveals the prevalence of lemur and fossa meat consumption in villages around Makira Natural Park, northeastern Madagascar, as part of a study conducted through SWM Madagascar. The...
Je suis très heureuse de vous annoncer que Daniela fait désormais partie de l'équipe SWM Congo !  Biologiste avec un doctorat en biologie évolutionniste, elle est spécialisée dans l’éthologie...
Brenda Mpande has been recruited on the 1rst of April as SWM-KaZa SoS officer and is posted in Zambia. Brenda Mpande has been working as independent Environmental Consultant for the past 6 years....

Narrative example of a no-tech role playing sustainability game

Please make comments in the Google doc - the link is below

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KY9HFNXhgglXH0K7igRXxHZsvvWpPLmb/view?usp=sharing

Who is Selling and Trafficking Africa’s Wild Meat?

New paper published: Typologies of urban wildlife traffickers and sellers

This article, with contributions from colleagues also directly or indirectly involved in the SWM Programme, proposes typologies of individuals implicated  in urban wildmeat...
SÉCURITÉ SANITAIRE DES ALIMENTS © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Sécurité sanitaire des aliments
POISSONS ET PRODUITS ISSUS DE LA PÊCHE ET AQUACULTURE
Santé animale © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Santé animale
×
BOTWANA AND NAMIBIA (KAZA)
SWM Project xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxx
In July 2015, Kanimbwa Community School in Kanimbwa, Nyawa Chiefdom of Kazungula District in the Southern Province of Zambia was hit by a strong wind. The intense wind destroyed a three-blocked...
 The latest World Migratory Bird Day (May 8th) was dedicated to raising awareness about migratory birds and the need for international cooperation to conserve...
Dear colleagues, dear friends,We have the pleasure of inviting you to the virtual launch of the Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme Community Conservancy Project in...
On May 6th and 7th, 15 agents of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve (WCS and ICCN all working on the SWM activities) have been trained to encourage behavior change through a targeted communication campaign...
After a successful maintenance, the public portal and the intranet section are reachable again. Remember that you can now access to your user profile and logout by clicking on your user icon...
Please find below this week’s communication update. Our main (and major) highlight is that the SWM DRC videos are now online in both French and English. As shown in the photo, yesterday...
It was a 3.5-meter python that was caught by Zimbabwe National Parks services behind the SWM offices in Harare’s urban area. Comfortably curled up in a hole in the middle of a poorly maintained...

How widespread is lemur and fossa meat consumption?

New paper published: Assessing the prevalence of protected species consumption by rural communities in Makira Natural Park, Madagascar, through the unmatched count technique.

This article reveals the prevalence of lemur and fossa meat consumption in villages around Makira Natural Park, northeastern Madagascar, as part of a study conducted through SWM Madagascar. The...
Je suis très heureuse de vous annoncer que Daniela fait désormais partie de l'équipe SWM Congo !  Biologiste avec un doctorat en biologie évolutionniste, elle est spécialisée dans l’éthologie...
Brenda Mpande has been recruited on the 1rst of April as SWM-KaZa SoS officer and is posted in Zambia. Brenda Mpande has been working as independent Environmental Consultant for the past 6 years....

Narrative example of a no-tech role playing sustainability game

Please make comments in the Google doc - the link is below

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KY9HFNXhgglXH0K7igRXxHZsvvWpPLmb/view?usp=sharing

Who is Selling and Trafficking Africa’s Wild Meat?

New paper published: Typologies of urban wildlife traffickers and sellers

This article, with contributions from colleagues also directly or indirectly involved in the SWM Programme, proposes typologies of individuals implicated  in urban wildmeat...
SÉCURITÉ SANITAIRE DES ALIMENTS © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Sécurité sanitaire des aliments
POISSONS ET PRODUITS ISSUS DE LA PÊCHE ET AQUACULTURE
Santé animale © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Santé animale
×
BOTWANA AND NAMIBIA (KAZA)
SWM Project xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxx
In July 2015, Kanimbwa Community School in Kanimbwa, Nyawa Chiefdom of Kazungula District in the Southern Province of Zambia was hit by a strong wind. The intense wind destroyed a three-blocked...
 The latest World Migratory Bird Day (May 8th) was dedicated to raising awareness about migratory birds and the need for international cooperation to conserve...
Dear colleagues, dear friends,We have the pleasure of inviting you to the virtual launch of the Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme Community Conservancy Project in...
On May 6th and 7th, 15 agents of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve (WCS and ICCN all working on the SWM activities) have been trained to encourage behavior change through a targeted communication campaign...
After a successful maintenance, the public portal and the intranet section are reachable again. Remember that you can now access to your user profile and logout by clicking on your user icon...
Please find below this week’s communication update. Our main (and major) highlight is that the SWM DRC videos are now online in both French and English. As shown in the photo, yesterday...
It was a 3.5-meter python that was caught by Zimbabwe National Parks services behind the SWM offices in Harare’s urban area. Comfortably curled up in a hole in the middle of a poorly maintained...

How widespread is lemur and fossa meat consumption?

New paper published: Assessing the prevalence of protected species consumption by rural communities in Makira Natural Park, Madagascar, through the unmatched count technique.

This article reveals the prevalence of lemur and fossa meat consumption in villages around Makira Natural Park, northeastern Madagascar, as part of a study conducted through SWM Madagascar. The...
Je suis très heureuse de vous annoncer que Daniela fait désormais partie de l'équipe SWM Congo !  Biologiste avec un doctorat en biologie évolutionniste, elle est spécialisée dans l’éthologie...
Brenda Mpande has been recruited on the 1rst of April as SWM-KaZa SoS officer and is posted in Zambia. Brenda Mpande has been working as independent Environmental Consultant for the past 6 years....

Narrative example of a no-tech role playing sustainability game

Please make comments in the Google doc - the link is below

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KY9HFNXhgglXH0K7igRXxHZsvvWpPLmb/view?usp=sharing

Who is Selling and Trafficking Africa’s Wild Meat?

New paper published: Typologies of urban wildlife traffickers and sellers

This article, with contributions from colleagues also directly or indirectly involved in the SWM Programme, proposes typologies of individuals implicated  in urban wildmeat...
SÉCURITÉ SANITAIRE DES ALIMENTS © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Sécurité sanitaire des aliments
POISSONS ET PRODUITS ISSUS DE LA PÊCHE ET AQUACULTURE
Santé animale © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Santé animale
×
BOTWANA AND NAMIBIA (KAZA)
SWM Project xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxxx
In July 2015, Kanimbwa Community School in Kanimbwa, Nyawa Chiefdom of Kazungula District in the Southern Province of Zambia was hit by a strong wind. The intense wind destroyed a three-blocked...
 The latest World Migratory Bird Day (May 8th) was dedicated to raising awareness about migratory birds and the need for international cooperation to conserve...
Dear colleagues, dear friends,We have the pleasure of inviting you to the virtual launch of the Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme Community Conservancy Project in...
On May 6th and 7th, 15 agents of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve (WCS and ICCN all working on the SWM activities) have been trained to encourage behavior change through a targeted communication campaign...
After a successful maintenance, the public portal and the intranet section are reachable again. Remember that you can now access to your user profile and logout by clicking on your user icon...
Please find below this week’s communication update. Our main (and major) highlight is that the SWM DRC videos are now online in both French and English. As shown in the photo, yesterday...
It was a 3.5-meter python that was caught by Zimbabwe National Parks services behind the SWM offices in Harare’s urban area. Comfortably curled up in a hole in the middle of a poorly maintained...

How widespread is lemur and fossa meat consumption?

New paper published: Assessing the prevalence of protected species consumption by rural communities in Makira Natural Park, Madagascar, through the unmatched count technique.

This article reveals the prevalence of lemur and fossa meat consumption in villages around Makira Natural Park, northeastern Madagascar, as part of a study conducted through SWM Madagascar. The...
Je suis très heureuse de vous annoncer que Daniela fait désormais partie de l'équipe SWM Congo !  Biologiste avec un doctorat en biologie évolutionniste, elle est spécialisée dans l’éthologie...
Brenda Mpande has been recruited on the 1rst of April as SWM-KaZa SoS officer and is posted in Zambia. Brenda Mpande has been working as independent Environmental Consultant for the past 6 years....

Narrative example of a no-tech role playing sustainability game

Please make comments in the Google doc - the link is below

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KY9HFNXhgglXH0K7igRXxHZsvvWpPLmb/view?usp=sharing

Who is Selling and Trafficking Africa’s Wild Meat?

New paper published: Typologies of urban wildlife traffickers and sellers

This article, with contributions from colleagues also directly or indirectly involved in the SWM Programme, proposes typologies of individuals implicated  in urban wildmeat...
SÉCURITÉ SANITAIRE DES ALIMENTS © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Sécurité sanitaire des aliments
POISSONS ET PRODUITS ISSUS DE LA PÊCHE ET AQUACULTURE
Santé animale © FAO/David Mansell-Moullin Madagascar / Santé animale