Community Conservation Fund of Namibia

Community Conservation Fund of Namibia

Financially supporting Namibia’s communal conservancies and community forests

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A Collaborative Effort in Otjozondjupa Landscape

The recent engagements at Okakarara Secondary School marked a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to address Human-Wildlife Conflict (HWC) in Namibia's Otjozondjupa landscape. Supported by the Poverty Oriented Support to Community Conservation in Namibia (POSCCIN) Project, these workshops brought together various stakeholders, including conservancies, governmental bodies, and conservation organizations, to align strategies and enhance co-existence between humans and wildlife.

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Empowering Communities: The Shift from Fuel to Solar-Powered Boreholes in Water Infrastructure

In the vast expanses of conservancies and rural areas, access to clean water is not just a necessity but a lifeline. For years, communities in these regions have grappled with the arduous task of maintaining water infrastructure, often relying on fuel-powered boreholes to secure their water supply. However, a transformative shift is underway, heralding a new era of sustainability and cost-effectiveness through the adoption of solar-powered solutions.

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Empowering Crafters

The recently held Tourism Expo, themed "Beyond Borders," with a special focus on the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) provided a platform for industry players in the tourism sector to promote their products and services. On the Community-Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) front, the 2024 Tourism Expo showcased the remarkable talents of community crafters, providing them with a platform to exhibit and sell their products.

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Community Conservation Fund of Namibia

A sustainable funding mechanism for community-based natural resource management in Namibia

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