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Threatened species in Zimbabwe

Through the intensified conservation programmes, including the Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE), the number of threatened species was reduced from 38 in 2000 to 32 in 2004. CAMPFIRE is a community-based natural resource management programme in which Rural District Councils, on behalf of communities on communal land, are granted the authority to market wildlife in their district to safari operators who then sell hunting and photographic safaris to mostly foreign sport hunters and eco-tourists.

Year: 2013

From collection: Zambezi River Basin - Atlas of the changing Environment

Cartographer: Grid Arendal

Tags: Environmental Atlas

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