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Many research projects have already been conducted in the KAZA region under the auspices of national, regional and international academic and non-academic institutions. If conducted in a protected area, permission is sought from the relevant national authorities. For information about how to apply for research permits, please visit the relevant KAZA partner country websites. To conduct research projects under the auspices of the KAZA TFCA authorities, please contact the KAZA Secretariat. An incredible depth of information has been collected by academicians over many years in the KAZA component areas.

Below are links to some research projects and research institutions operating in the region:

Research Projects and Institutions in the Region

  • www.caracal.info     

    Transboundary Ungulate Migrations: Range, Movement Corridors, Resources Limitations and Population Viability by caracal.

  • www.naturalia.org    

    Dog Research Project

  • www.springerlink.com     

    DNA-led rediscovery of giant sable antelope in Angola

  • www.elephantswithoutborders.org    

    Elephants without borders studies the migratory patterns, behaviour and ecology of elephants

  • www.awf.org    

    Fish research and monitoring in the Zambezi River by the African Wildlife Foundation

  • www.orc.ub.bw    

    Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (HOORC) based in Maun in Northwestern Botswana specialises in natural resources management, sustainable natural resource use and conservation in the Okavango Delta and Kgalagadi region

  • www.fire.uni-freiburg.de     

    Forest Fire Management Programme on Rural Livelihoods in East Caprivi Region, Namibia

  • www.norad.no     

    Zambezi/Chobe River System – Transboundary Fishery Resource, Namibia/Zambia/Botswana by WWF Norway

  • www.awf.org     

    Project by African Wildlife Foundation

  • www.fao.org     

    Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis for the Okavango River basin for development of a Strategic Action Plan for the Permanent Okavango River Basin Commission (OKACOM) by the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organisation

  • www.wildernesstrust.com     

    Safaris Wildlife Trust supports a wide variety of research and conservation projects in the region