On the right, the senior Chief and Mr Myburgh
open the teachers' accommodation at Mwandi School
Thanks to Stichting Energo funding, matched by mostly free labour from the community, two staff houses were built to accommodate teachers at the Mwandi School
The houses were officially handed over to the community by Peace Parks Foundation CEO, Mr Werner Myburgh, who said that it has been a privilege for the Foundation to be involved in the development of the Simalaha Community Conservancy as an area to re-establish wildlife populations and a mechanism to stimulate community benefits through wildlife and tourism development.
Senior Chief Inyambo Yeta said that the Conservancy would be an important area in KAZA TFCA
to re-establish wildlife populations and their migration routes to the benefit of the local communities.
also reminded all of the Conservancy's significance to the KAZA TFCA
, as it will ultimately link Chobe National Park in Botswana to Kafue National Park in Zambia.