The Africa Hub [ATTA] recently held a training session to introduce the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, KAZA. Nearly 280 agents registered to watch the training hosted by KAZA Tourism.
Transfrontier Conservation Areas are a relatively new concept in the conservation arena. They are founded on the realisation that natural resources that straddle international boundaries are a shared asset with the potential to meaningfully contribute to the conservation of biodiversity and the welfare and socio-economic development of rural communities.
Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (commonly referred to as KAZA) incorporates 5 countries (Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia).  There are 36 formally proclaimed protected areas made up of a host of game reserves, forest reserves,  game/wildlife management areas, and communal lands in KAZA and 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Victoria Falls, Okavango and Tsodilo Hills). 

If you missed out on the training, you can watch the webinar HERE.

Learn more about the KAZA region by visiting

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