Publications

N/a'an ku sê’s approach and successes towards Wildlife Conservation

With human-wildlife conflict as one of the main threats to wildlife in Namibia, N/a’an ku sê seeks to mitigate this conflict through various innovative programmes including research and subsequent education of landowners. The overriding principle of our research activity is to develop a greater understanding of the various species of Namibian wildlife which regularly come into conflict with human populations outside protected areas and on commercial farmland.

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Publications

N/a’an ku sê work tirelessly in their efforts to reduce and mitigate Carnivore Human Conflict.

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N/a’an ku sê Rapid Response allows us to swiftly engage in emergency carnivore conflict situations.

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Project aims to establish more reliable figures on the free-ranging wild dog population in Namibia.

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The puff adder is one of the most common venomous snakes in southern Africa; responsible for an estimated 60% of serious snake bites.

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A big part of the NCC’s mission is to educate and inspire visiting tourists and local Namibians.

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Collaring and monitoring of 2 of 65 Elephants in the North East on the Kavango Cattle Ranch.

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WildTrack is about finding better ways to monitor endangered species through automated footprint analysis.

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Monitoring spotted hyena populations at Kanaan and Neuras to study and understand the human-wildlife conflict in Southern Namibia.

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