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August 24, 2019

We are proud to announce that we have set up a Cameroon branch of Landscape Conservation in Cameroon, for the purposes of delivering our services even more effectively in-country.  We are still using the skills and expertise we have developed over the last twenty years...

May 24, 2017

We're delighted to report that the Darwin Initiative, the UK government funding body, has allocated a four year grant to a partnership between the Royal Antwerp Zoological Society, the African Wildlife Foundation, Living Earth Cameroon and Landscape Conservation for im...

January 11, 2017

The period between January and June is the driest in Southern Negros and means that we can make good progress on our work to help the village of Naubo change from slash and burn (or 'kaigan' as it known locally) to other forms of agriculture.  The good news is that the...

January 11, 2017

The giraffe are still there. 

The beginning of the dry season enables the rangers to go out and monitor the wildlife. 

Giraffe are a key indicator species for the area; one of their favourite food plants is the African acacia tree, which historically have been numerous i...

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