The Nam-place project will officially close on the 30th of June 2016. All service providers are requested to submit all invoices, works and claims on or before 15th of June.
UNDP Visits Klein Karas Community in the Greater Fish River Canyon Landscape
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Namibia’s delegation headed by the country’s Resident Representative, Ms. Kiki Gbeho undertook a field visit to the Klein Karas community of the Greater Fish River Canyon Landscape during 3-5March 2016. The visit was part of the UNDP’s monitoring and evaluation on NAMPLACE project’s implementation.... + read more
Apart from the revenue they generate from hunting and sales of Devil’s claw, the conservancy has developed a business unit through which they attract customers from afar.
The conservancy is optimistic about the joint venture negotiations to build a lodge in Bwabwata National Park. If successful, the joint venture will see a number of conservancy members trained and employed under various capacities to provide tourism products and services to the visitors to the lodge.
The... + read more
The NAM-PLACE project is preparing to visit the all landscapes to hand over the activities and infrastructure developed during the lifespan of the NAM-PLACE project. There were a number of interventions, including radio communications systems, fire fighting training and equipment, patrol camps and access bridges, and many other project interventions across the board. The events are set to take place during the third quarter of 2015.
Some of the activities and infrastructure are:... + read more
The Greater Sossusvlei-Namib landscape held a game count in July 2015. Data are still being processed and results of the count will be made available as soon as possible.
The same exercise will take place soon in the Greater Fish River Canyon landscape on a date still to be determined.