European Union (Directorate General of Development and Cooperation)
KAZA Secretariat; ZimParks; Botswana Department of Wildlife and National Parks; University of Bergen (Norway)
(1) Local stakeholders and national decision makers from multiple sectors develop a shared and holistic understanding of the conservation and human development dynamics impacting on the Hwange-Kazuma-Chobe WDA landscape; (2) Decision makers from different sectors develop sectoral policy agendas that promote wildlife conservation and improve human livelihoods in the Hwange Kazuma Chobe landscape while minimizing trade-offs; (3) Regional and international institutions and mechanisms are aware of the potential of systemic approaches to promote wildlife conservation and sustainable economic development simultaneously.
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We would like to turn this initiative into a long-term commitment to promote policy coherence across KAZA by continuing the process initiated in Hwange Kazuma Chobe and initiating similar processes in other WDAs, ultimately to cover the entire TFCA.
Agriculture, CC adaptation/mitigation, Community Livelihood Dev, HWC mitigation, Integrated Land Use Planning & Implementation, Policy & Leg frameworks, NR Protect & Mgt, Research, Tourism