Mmegi Online :: Khama made Tuli Conservation Trust founding patron
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Khama made Tuli Conservation Trust founding patron

Tuli Conservation Trust is proud to announce the appointment of former president of Botswana, Ian Khama, as its founding patron.
By Correspondent Fri 11 Jan 2019, 13:53 pm (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Khama made Tuli Conservation Trust founding patron








Khama played a visionary role in establishing Botswana’s world-renowned conservation ethos and continues to provide strong leadership and commitment by working with regional and international conservation organisations.

“The Tuli region is close to my heart and so I am delighted to become founding patron of the Tuli Conservation Trust,” said Ian Khama.  “I applaud the Trust’s efforts to seek sustainable solutions to preserving our natural heritage alongside a genuine commitment to empowering our local communities.” 

Stephen Lansdown CBE, Trustee, commented: “His Excellency is very well respected both in Botswana and internationally for his leadership and commitment to conservation.  We are honoured that he has agreed to be the Founding Patron of the Tuli Conservation Trust and look forward to working with him and receiving his guidance as we seek to ensure that humans and wildlife co-exist harmoniously in the area”.

 

About the Tuli Conservation Trust

Tuli Conservation Trust is a charitable organisation in Botswana established to protect and enhance the Northern Tuli Game Reserve by finding sustainable solutions to enable human/wildlife coexistence.

The Northern Tuli Game Reserve is a precious wilderness asset in a strategic location where Botswana meets its neighbours South Africa and Zimbabwe at the confluence

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of two great African rivers, the Limpopo and the Shashe. 

The Reserve forms the cornerstone of the 5,909 square kilometre  Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area, one of a series of Peace Parks established in Southern Africa to jointly manage natural and cultural resources across international boundaries.  The Tuli Conservation Trust works in partnership with key stakeholders, government agencies and NGOs and encourages tourism as a major form of land use which is supportive of the Trust’s aims.  The Trust’s objectives are fully aligned with, and supportive of, the national vision of the Botswana government; global conservation strategy to preserve key at-risk species including elephant and lion; and the local community through employment, empowerment, education and protection of livestock and crops. Website: www.tulitrust.org · Email: tulitrust@gmail.com · Social media: @TuliTrust

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