A new case study detailing how collaboration and resilience were key to Kenya and Namibia’s conservation and tourism industries survival of the COVID-19 pandemic was released at the IUCN Africa Protected Areas Congress (APAC) this week.
The study was conducted by Maliasili and launched at a session which focused on a core theme of sustainability and resilience.
“APAC is the first such conference held in Africa, and brings together key stakeholders from across the continent, including community members, NGOs, and governments. Recovery from the pandemic and building resilience to future shocks and stressors is…one of the major themes of the congress,” says Dr Nikhil Advani, Project Lead for the African Nature Based Tourism Platform.
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