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Entries for November 2020

Niassa Special Reserve offer material for prevention of Covid-19

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(November 20, 2020) The Niassa Special Reserve Administration (NSR), through its Community Department, delivered 100 masks, liquid soap and water buckets with taps to the children of the Primary School of Lishenguwe, in the Mecula District (inside of the Reserve), in Niassa Province.It should be noted that this education unit was closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and recently reactivated its activities for 7th Grade students.In the picture, the Director of the Primary School of Lishenguwe (left) receiving the mat...

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The European Union (EU) signs a project with Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) to prevent illicit supply chains of wildlife in Niassa Special Reserve

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(November 20, 2020) The Head of Cooperation of the European Union Delegation to Mozambique, Isabel Faria de Almeida, and the Program Director of Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Nilton Cuna, signed a 4.4 M EUR (EU financing 83 percent) project aiming at disrupting illicit supply chains of wildlife in Niassa Special Reserve, the largest conservation area in Mozambique. This event took place in the city of Lichinga on the 19th November. Photo: Nilton Cuna (left) and Isabel Faria de Almeida posed for the phot...

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WCS Mozambique says goodbye to James Bampton

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(November 05, 2020) WCS Mozambique said goodbye on November 4 to Mr. James Bampton, who has been the Director of WCS Mozambique for the past 4 years.James Bampton ends his work mission at WCS Mozambique in a period that is essentially marked by the non-registration of elephant poaching in the last 30 months in the Niassa Special Reserve.In their farewell message, employees praised Mr. James Bampton's excellent professionalism and for being responsible for the growth of WCS programs in Mozambique. For his part, Jame...

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