The GLTP Treaty make provision for a phased approach to the development on TFCA. The first phase is the establishment of the core area, the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP), and the second phase for the establishment of a much broader conservation area – the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA). In terms of the Treaty the GLTFCA will consist of “the area adjacent to the Transfrontier Park, comprising compatible conservation areas but not lending itself to formal integration with the Transfrontier Park, shall be managed as a Transfrontier Conservation Area”. The Treaty also states that areas forming part of the TFCA shall include the various privately-owned, state-owned and community-owned conservation areas directly bordering the Transfrontier Park which shall be identified in future. Mozambique initiated the process of the development of the GLTFCA by the formal inclusion of the 240,000ha GLC. South Africa followed with signing of the GLTFCA Cooperative Agreement between SANParks / KNP and adjacent state, privately and community owned conservation areas which resulted in the inclusion of the 366,000ha Greater Kruger area. The JMB has now initiated the process to investigate the feasibility of the development of corridors and wildlife disbursement areas, mainly focusing on areas between protected areas (Limpopo, Banhine and Zinave National Parks) within the GLTFCA in Mozambique, and Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe.