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Review of MPA Management training
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are areas designated to protect marine ecosystems, processes, habitats, and species, and can contribute to the restorati...
Freshwater Corridor Stewardship in the Greater Cederberg
South Africa’s Cape Floral Kingdom, at the southernmost part of Africa, is an area of outstanding biodiversity, containing remnants of the lowland fyn...
How much energy do African penguins extract from the sea?
In this proposed study, WWF will investigate the energy requirements of moulting and breeding African penguins (Spheniscus demersus), using dou...
Black Rhino Expansion in Southern Africa
Thhis project is a continuation of a long-standing collaboration between Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife (EKZNW), the WWF African Rhino Programme, WWF...
African Elephant Programme, Southern Africa
This project represents the Southern African component of the WWF African Elephant Programme. Further details can be found under AEP Co-ordination and...
Monitoring and evaluation of the Water Neutral Programme
Developing a monitoring and evaluation system for the Living Waters Unit
Coordinating Rhino Conservation Action in Africa
Rhino populations have suffered a catastrophic decline, especially over the last 20 years. This is despite major efforts by WWF and other national and...
Elephant conservation in Africa
African elephants are the world’s largest terrestrial mammals. Although elephant numbers have recovered from record lows in the 1980s – today there ar...
African Stockpiles Programme
The African Stockpiles Programme (ASP) aims to clear obsolete pesticide stocks from Africa and put in place measures to help prevent their recurrence....