In May 2016 the Transboundary Conservation Foundation has initiated a co-operation with the Roger Bogne Foundation in Cameroon with the aim of supporting conservation of the Gorilla and other primates species through the implementation of carbon sequestration procedures. A…
 THANK YOU ESRI SOUTH AFRICA AND ESRI USA! It is with great pride and pleasure that we announce that ESRI has awarded the TRANSBOUNDARY CONSERVATION FOUNDATION the ESRI Conservation Grant.It is indeed a great honour and will allow the Foundation…
When we a couple of years of ago had a meeting concerning poaching with the border staff between South Africa and Mozambique, they had that night arrested three poachers with rhino horns. I asked if there was a possibility for…
In December we attended the Graduation Ceremony of the Southern African Wildlife College at Orpen Gate, Kruger. The foundation has sponsored Francis Chitsa from the Lake Chivero Recreational Park in Zimbabwe. He brilliantly finished the course for the Higher Certificate…
First functional borehole in Kazuma Pan National Park in Zimbabwe. Thank you Berglund Family! — with Eveline Dietz & Willem Van Riet at Kazuma Pan National Park.   Great team working, Thank you all for your efforts especially Trevor Lane…
Thanks to our donors the Transboundary Conservation Foundation has now been able to install the corner pan borehole in the Kazuma Pan park in Zimbabwe and now water is provided for the wildlife in the park.. 12th of October 2015…
A very interesting article on the improved measurement techniques from satellites and NASA, indicating that the volumes of sea ice in the Artic actually increased. Click Here for more
This was the most important event that changed the earth forever and introduced life on Earth as we know it. Click here for the full article
A GIS based map indicating the arch of volcanic islands and mountain backbone of Cameroon. The red line indicates the Cameroon border. Note the volcanic islands in the ocean. Recently I had the opportunity of visiting the Crater Lake region…
This just too incredible to believe, all this money and very little arrives at the battlefront. Naturally, the recipients use a large percentage of these funds for administrative purposes. Rhino poaching must the best fundraising cause ever. Click here for…
Should ecosystems and its services be valued? This question is foremost in the minds of conservationists today with the current debate on rhino horn and ivory and the trading thereof. This Guardian article comes to the conclusion that we have no choice…
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