What do we do? Why does it matter?

CWF is currently focused on protecting Zimbabwe’s wildlife and habitats in the Hwange region

This matters because Africa’s wildlife is in a crisis and a holistic approach is required to meaningfully protect this irreplaceable heritage

To achieve this, our work starts with creating wide-spread connections between Government, local authorities, tour operators, donors and conservationists in order to overcome the challenges in conservation together.


The Chilli Gun

When an elephant gets too accustomed to humans and becomes a problem – raiding crops or coming dangerously close to...
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CWF’s fire-fighting equipment

In order to be better equipped to fight the fires that will inevitably come, we appealed via social media for...
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Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool (SMART)

CWF scouts are experienced in using SMART software on handheld devices, while out on patrol, to record matters of interest...
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Anti Poaching Bases The CWF Kennedy Anti Poaching Unit (APU) base is on the Kennedy Annex concession, which is leased...
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Guarding of Kennedy Siding Boom Gate

At the request of ZPWMA, there is a CWF scout guarding the boom gate at Kennedy Siding day and night,...
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Grab a Bag Campaign

The “Grab a Bag” bin bag initiative, started by CWF in partnership with ZimParks, has been very successful at reducing the...
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