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PHOTOS FOR KAMFUTU NYIKA TFCA MARKET AND A SHED

This document shows the progress that had been made by December 2014.

Baseline data for KAMFUTU MALAWI/ZAMBIA (MAZA) COMMON MARKET

Background;

The Kamfutu Zambia /Malawi TFCA is situated along Chama Muyombe road where the Bambanda Zaro Sanctuary is established in conjunction with the Malawian government .The road in question is used as a physical boundary for the two Countries. The Mafinga mountain range marks the Zambia /Malawi Water Shade. The Kamfutu Malawi /Zambia TFCA is about 56 Km from Chama Boma, which is the nearest place for accessing social requirements. On the Malawian side, the people access their daily needs from Rumphi Muzinda but also Mzuzu which is a far place.

Peace Parks Foundation CEO 2014 year-end message

PPF's CEO shares highlights from different SADC TFCAs of the year gone by in the attached document.

TerraViva 8 - SADC TFCA at IUCN World Parks Congress

TerraViva 8 Edition

From 12th to 19th of November, the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 - the global forum on protected areas - took place in Sydney with over 6,000 experts participating at this event from over 170 countries. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) with its Transfrontier Conservation Areas also participated at this meaningful event to contribute their solutions to address today's global challenges on achieving wildlife and nature conservation across borders within the 15 member state countries.

TerraViva 6 - SADC TFCA at IUCN World Parks Congress

TerraViva 6 Edition

From 12th to 19th of November, the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 - the global forum on protected areas - took place in Sydney with over 6,000 experts participating at this event from over 170 countries. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) with its Transfrontier Conservation Areas also participated at this meaningful event to contribute their solutions to address today's global challenges on achieving wildlife and nature conservation across borders within the 15 member state countries.

TerraViva 5 - SADC TFCA at IUCN World Parks Congress

TerraViva 5 Edition

From 12th to 19th of November, the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 - the global forum on protected areas - took place in Sydney with over 6,000 experts participating at this event from over 170 countries. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) with its Transfrontier Conservation Areas also participated at this meaningful event to contribute their solutions to address today's global challenges on achieving wildlife and nature conservation across borders within the 15 member state countries.

TerraViva 4 - SADC TFCA at IUCN World Parks Congress

TerraViva 4 Edition

From 12th to 19th of November, the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 - the global forum on protected areas - took place in Sydney with over 6,000 experts participating at this event from over 170 countries. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) with its Transfrontier Conservation Areas also participated at this meaningful event to contribute their solutions to address today's global challenges on achieving wildlife and nature conservation across borders within the 15 member state countries.

TerraViva 3 - SADC TFCA at IUCN World Parks Congress

TerraViva 3 Edition

From 12th to 19th of November, the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 - the global forum on protected areas - took place in Sydney with over 6,000 experts participating at this event from over 170 countries. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) with its Transfrontier Conservation Areas also participated at this meaningful event to contribute their solutions to address today's global challenges on achieving wildlife and nature conservation across borders within the 15 member state countries.

TerraViva 2 - SADC TFCA at IUCN World Parks Congress

TerraViva 2 Edition

From 12th to 19th of November, the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 - the global forum on protected areas - took place in Sydney with over 6,000 experts participating at this event from over 170 countries. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) with its Transfrontier Conservation Areas also participated at this meaningful event to contribute their solutions to address today's global challenges on achieving wildlife and nature conservation across borders within the 15 member state countries.

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