The Tashinga Initiative raises funds for wildlife protection from the global community, implements results-based projects informed by planning and budgets, with the expectation that each intervention will secure wildlife and wildlife habitats.
The Zambezi Valley’s Protected Areas form part of the 13% land formally protected in Zimbabwe. These collectively include UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, Biosphere Reserves and two Trans Frontier Conservation Areas.
Abundant wildlife lives in the biodiverse and carbon-rich protected areas in Zimbabwe’s Mid-Zambezi Region, patrolled by wildlife Rangers who are on the frontlines of conservation. These areas face unprecedented challenges and threats as a result of climate change, socio-economic crises, illegal and unsustainable poaching of wildlife and harvesting of natural resources. Well-funded conservation interventions will bring long-term security to wildlife, through maintaining ecosystem balances, preserving important habitats, building resilience to climate change, and conserving natural resources.
Towards securing and maintaining wildlife habitats and wildlife in the Mid-Zambezi Valley’s Protected Areas 12,282 sq km.
Supporting the enabling environment, empowering Rangers, enhancing patrol efficacy and promoting results-based park management.
Contributing towards climate change actions through responsible, stratetic and maintained conservation interventions in Zambezi’s Protected Areas.
Collaborating with our globally based donors and conservation partners delivers applicable, robust and scalable results.
Our projects are implemented in the field with a high degree of efficiency and efficacy bringing true value to the donor and to the benefit of wildlife protection.
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Protecting Wildlife In The Zambezi Valley