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Forest Conservation Revegetation Project – as part of the Queens Commonwealth Canopy (QCC).

By |6th March, 2017|

 

The N/a’an ku sê Forest Conservation Revegetation Project is taking N/a’an ku sê’s current landscape conservation efforts to the next level. With the ultimate goal of conserving Namibia’s native forests, the project is evolving from maintenance of the forest to active rehabilitation of degraded areas where indigenous forests once thrived.
Project aims

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Spotted Hyena Project

By |16th February, 2016|

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

By |6th September, 2015|

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

By |27th August, 2015|

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

By |7th July, 2015|

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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Namibia African Wild Dog Project (NAWDP)

By |6th July, 2015|

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

By |30th June, 2015|

The Medisan video's are health education in Ju/’hoansi language with English sub-titles and cover our big issues.
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San Bushmen – Adult continuing education

By |30th June, 2015|

N/a’an ku sê not only provides a source of employment, accommodation and healthcare to several Bushman families but looks to develop individuals.
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Rapid Response

By |30th June, 2015|

N/a’an ku sê Rapid Response allows us to swiftly engage in emergency carnivore conflict situations.
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Lifeline Clinic Tuberculosis (TB) Research

By |30th June, 2015|

Thanks to the support from TFWA Care, the Lifeline Clinic is conducting crucial TB Research throughout the region.
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