Peace Parks Foundation

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Peace Parks Foundation
Formation 1997
Founder

Dr Anton Rupert

Type non-profit organisation
Registration no. 1997/004896/08 (005-294 NPO)
Headquarters Stellenbosch, South Africa
Location
  • 11 Termo Road, Techno Park, Stellenbosch, 7600, South Africa
Region
Africa
Subsidiaries
  • SA College for Tourism NPC
  • Southern African Wildlife College NPC
Revenue
R 68 128 307 (2013)
Expenses R 47 929 708 (2013)
Website http://www.peaceparks.org

Peace Parks Foundation advocates for the creation of transfrontier conservation areas (TFCAs) – in Africa, and provides services to these TFCAs such as political support-building, planning, project management, fundraising, and management training in various areas.

TFCAs managed by or affiliated to Peace Parks Foundation[edit]

Treaty signed[edit]

MoU signed[edit]

TFCAs in process[edit]

  • Maiombe Forest TFCA (Angola/Congo/DRC)
  • Liuwa Plains-Mussuma TFCA† (Angola/Zambia)
  • Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools TFCA† (Zambia/Zimbabwe)
  • ZIMOZA TBNRMP (Mozambique/Zambia/Zimbabwe)
  • Kagera TFCA (Rwanda/Tanzania/Uganda)
  • Niassa-Selous TFCA (Tanzania/Mozambique)
  • Mnazi Bay-Quirimbas TFCMA (Tanzania/Mozambique)
  • Western Indian Ocean TFCA (Comoros / France / Madagascar / Mauritius / Mozambique / Seychelles / Tanzania)

† Peace Parks Foundation directly involved

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