Our Matobo Biodiversity Monitoring Project newsletter for 2021 is ready! You can read it here . This project has been running since 2012. Despite program interruptions due to Covid-19 school closures, Bright Sagonda has continued to engage with and inspire pupils at our participating schools. Read about exciting changes to the project, and how these [...]
Today, the second of February, is World Wetlands Day - a day on which we remember and reflect on the importance of wetlands in our environment. This year, we've produced an infographic under the USAID Resilient Waters Program. It outlines the functions of wetlands in the Matobo Hills and the regional importance of those wetlands. [...]
Have you seen our latest Resilient Waters Project newsletter? A community dam in rural Matobo Hills Dambari Wildlife Trust, our consortium partners (ZHLDT and IDT) and participating communities are sharing progress, knowledge and thoughts on this project via newsletters. These are designed to be shared with communities living in the Matobo Hills. Read [...]
The world is topsy-turvy this World Rhino Day, but we cannot turn our backs on rhino conservation and their ongoing protection......ever. The Matopos is the only National Park in Zimbabwe that has both rhino species and they are doing well, thanks to diligent efforts by the Parks Rangers and long-term supporters such as Dambari Wildlife [...]
Join us on Dambari's Facebook page every Tuesday for Camera Trap Tuesday to see the latest selection of photos from our ongoing camera trap programme and learn interesting facts about the critturs caught on camera.
We are very sad to share that due to the effects of Covid-19 on our donors and our organisation income as a whole, we will not be able to host local undergraduate attachment students for work related learning in 2020/2021. Normally we would host 2 to 3 undergrad students for 10 months to help them [...]
Our 47th attachment student Nation Lunga completed his 10 month stint with Dambari at the end of June by presenting the preliminary results of his research project to DWT staff and the Chairman of Wildlife Environment Zimbabwe (Matabeleland branch). Nation’s project looked at the status of Bushbuck in the Whovi section of the [...]