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WWF has been working in Zimbabwe since 1985. It is part of WWF International, an international organisation operating in about 100 countries. WWF Zimbabwe has vast experience in the sustainable use of natural resources and was the first country in Africa to develop an alternative approach to the management of wildlife outside protected areas using community based natural resources management approaches. The goal of the office is to "Contribute to the creation of a Zimbabwe with well managed networks of wild areas that co-exist with a society thriving on a sustainable natural resource based economy”. WWF Zimbabwe’s work covers the following thematic areas: wildlife and protected areas management; forestry and landscape management; wetlands management; and renewable energy solutions which fall within the wildlife, forests, freshwater, and climate and energy Global Practices of WWF respectively.
10 Lanark Road, Belgravia, Harare, Zimbabwe
 Expiry Date 30 Apr 2021
 Posted on 26 Apr 2021
WWF Zimbabwe is implementing a “Wildlife restoration and community beneficiation project in Sebungwe Region”. The vision of the project is ...
 Expiry Date 05 Mar 2021
 Posted on 23 Feb 2021
The Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) is the largest terrestrial transboundary conservation area in the world. KAZA is ...
 Expiry Date 12 Feb 2021
 Posted on 04 Feb 2021
1. Background The KAZA region in Southern Africa suffers from the intertwined issues of poverty (most live below the poverty ...
 Expiry Date 04 Jan 2021
 Posted on 19 Dec 2020
INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST The following terms refer to the project components to be implemented in the ...
 Expiry Date 28 Oct 2020
 Posted on 15 Oct 2020
1. Background WWF Zimbabwe is participating in the implementation of a climate change adaptation support project funded by the German ...
 Expiry Date 28 Oct 2020
 Posted on 15 Oct 2020
1. Background WWF Zimbabwe is participating in the implementation of a climate change adaptation support project funded by the German ...