Pan African Conservation Education Project

PACE around Africa

Click through to read about how PACE resources have been used in different countries. For more PACE news and to post questions or comments for PACE, please visit our facebook page.

PACE reducing human-wildlife conflict

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Human-wildlife conflict is a common reason for local communities not to support wildlife conservation - when elephants damage crops or wild cats prey on livestock a common response is to get rid of th...
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PACE CHAMPIONS

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PACE Champions have featured in our news and Facebook posts for the past six months so we thought it was time to introduce some of these exceptional and committed educators who are using their own ene...
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The PACE network

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The PACE network continues to grow. We have partners in 34 African countries - individuals and organisations that range from farmers, young entrepreneurs, church and community groups, teachers, teache...
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