Malawi, Zambia to sign 'Transfrontier Conservation Area' treaty

From Face of Malawi Thu Dec 13 2012, 01:25:29

Malawi and Zambia are developing a TFCA (Transfrontier Conservation Area) treaty to help preserve wildlife along the borders of the two countries. A MOU for the TFCA's establishment was signed on August 13, 2004 but this document only provides a mandate and is not legally binding, according to Humphrey Nzima, International Coordinator Malawi-Zambia TFCA. Nzima [...]

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