Mbumba at KAZA TFCA

#JustIn Namibia’s President Nangolo Mbumba enjoyed a welcome amongst delegates present at the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) heads of state summit taking place in Livingstone, Zambia. He shared with the audience that 44% of Namibia is under one or other natural protection, with 86 conservancies covering 180 000 km². He added that hunting generates an income that can be ploughed back into conservancy and communities, despite illegal hunting that remains a challenge. Furthermore, he called on the swift introduction of the Univisa that would allow seamless access to tourists who visit KAZA Park, crossing into any of the five member states.