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Aquatic Research & Monitoring

Zimparks has 12 dams under its management and our team of 16 aquatic ecologists conducts research to inform the management of our dams and the ecosystems they support.
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Victoria Falls World Heritage Property

The Mana Pools National Park, Sapi and Chewore Safari Areas and Middle Zambezi MAB Reserve.

Is a transboundary property managed jointly by Zimbabwe and Zambia and was inscribed onto the World Heritage Properties list in 1989. The property straddles between the two State Parties (SPs) and extends over 3 National Parks which are namely Victoria Falls and Zambezi National Parks in Zimbabwe and Mosi – oa – Tunya National Park in Zambia.

This was inscribed as a World Heritage Property in 1984. The MAB Reserve was inscribed in 2010. Plans are underway to update the General Management Plan of the WH Site courtesy of the GEF 6/ UNDP. The blue print is expected to be out by end of September 2022. The Mana Pools National Park, Sapi and Chewore Safari Areas is another core area and part of the greater MAB Reserve that covers 6 Districts and 3 Provinces in 2010. The other core area for the same Reserve is centered around Matusadonha National Park.

In Harmony with Nature

Tasked with the protection, management and administration of the wildlife of Zimbabwe, the Parks & Wildlife Management Authority has a proud history of sound management in conservation since 1975.

Zimbabwe’s rich biodiversity provides a haven for many species of flora and fauna to survive and thrive.

Given the large and expansive resource under our stewardship, this responsibility cannot be achieved in isolation. Our network of protected areas, conservancies and trans-frontier parks ensures that we share the load. In particular, Trans-frontier Conservation Areas promote collaboration with Zimbabwe’s neighbors to curb international wildlife crime, promote tourism and preserve the shared heritage, which itself knows no borders.

Howbeit, our success comes at a cost. The proliferation of wildlife populations and subsequent encroachment into human habitats brings about pressure on scarce resources with potentially fatal consequences. Our engagement with the affected communities ensures we minimize loss of lives and livelihoods and promote co-existence between man and beast “In Harmony with Nature”.

What drives us is the belief that this generation’s obligation is not only to preserve the natural treasures inherited but to protect them for the benefit and enjoyment of those that follow.

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Research Strategy

Long Term Goals

To contribute to the conservation of biodiversity and sustainable use of wildlife in Zimbabwe by conducting exemplary research and providing scientific information and advice to policy makers, resource managers, stakeholders, and the public.

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Short Term Goals

To develop and implement a research strategy that covers three areas
  • Provide science-based information on wildlife conservation and management options;

  • Focus and coordinate wildlife research in Zimbabwe on key wildlife conservation and management issues; and
  • Build wildlife research capacity in the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and associated research partners in the country.
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Zimbabwe plays its part in identifying and protecting its key natural and cultural sites as part of the heritage of humanity. The Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention provide a framework of procedures for: the inscription of properties on the World Heritage List, the List of World Heritage Sites in Danger; the protection and conservation of World Heritage properties and the granting of International Assistance under the World Heritage Fund.

Zimbabwe has 5 World Heritage Sites; Mana Pools and Victoria Falls are under the authority of Zimparks while Great Zimbabwe, Khami Ruins and sites within Matobo National Park are managed by the National Monuments and Museums of Zimbabwe.

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