Born in late 2003 to protect the Lumabe National Park, this project covers one of the last wild and wooded South Africa whose wildlife is extraordinary savannas. Although declared a natural park in 1938, this enclave has been neglected and is the only natural corridor between North and South Luangwa National Park. The different areas of the park have seen their economic activities grow and the villagers were informed of the importance of biodiversity conservation. The lives of men and animals were able to be improved.


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