Earth Hour 2019 inspires Zimbabweans to plant and nurture trees
Scouting and WWF strengthen collaboration to empower Africa’s young people to become stewards of environment and sustainable development
The African regions of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM Africa) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Africa) ...
Integrated approach to elephant conservation in Zimbabwe : The numbers speak!
Hwange National Park (HNP) is the largest protected area in Zimbabwe, covering over 14 000km2, about the size of Belgium. The ...
Africa is rich in natural resources and is probably the last continent where optimising agricultural production is possible.
Factors like climate change, population growth, urbanization, changing food preferences and increasing demand for agricultural ...
WWF Zimbabwe facilitates the updating of fire management plans for Hwange National Park (HNP) and its buffer zones
WWF Zimbabwe is engaging in three practices namely food, forests and wildlife under the new global architecture. With respect to ...