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Community Partnership Leads to Reconstruction of Tourist Lodge in Botswana

  • 12/01/03

Great progress has been made in the past year through a partnership between AWF and a local community in Botswana.

Late in 2002, AWF signed a three-year Memorandum of Understanding with Sankuyo Tshwaragano Management Trust (STMT). STMT is a community trust located east of Moremi Game Reserve.

The Memorandum is facilitating collaboration for management of wildlife areas and conservation enterprises. This furthers our mission by linking local people with wildlife conservation efforts in their area that generate much-needed income for communities and individuals.

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The World Conservation Union Releases the 2003 Red List of Threatened Species

  • 11/24/03

Gland, Switzerland, 18 November 2003 (IUCN-The World Conservation Union). The Seychelles, the Galapagos, Hawaii, the remote South Atlantic islands - all conjure up images of tropical paradise or rugged beauty. But beneath these islands' striking appeal lies a story of invasion and destruction that is undermining the future of thousands of native species.

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Government and Corporate Leaders Demonstrate That "Conservation is Good Business" in Africa

  • 11/19/03

On November 13th, at the "Conservation is Good Business" symposium in Washington, D.C., the President of Botswana, Festus Mogae embraced the concept of sustainable economic development as the only option that offers hope for struggling African countries.

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Women Play Critical Role in African Conservation

  • 11/19/03

African women still have a long way to go to break through the glass ceiling in the largely male-dominated worlds of business and politics, but in the field of conservation in Africa, women are making important breakthroughs.

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African Wildlife Foundation Brings Local Voice to World Parks Congress

  • 10/01/03

On September 8-17, 2003, conservationists, business leaders and government officials gathered in Durban, South Africa for the once-per-decade World Parks Congress to debate the future of the world's national parks and protected areas. The 2003 Congress took place, for the first time in history, in Africa, placing a special focus on Africa's parks and protected areas.

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