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World Wildlife Fund Zambia (WWFZ) began engagement with Medeem Zambia in 2015 for mapping services on a pilot in the Sesheke region. The project commenced with two objectives: to collect and visualize data relating climate change trends and adaptations over time as well as the intersection of human and wildlife patterns. To date, MEDEEM Zambia has mapped over 7,755 hectares for World Wildlife Fund. Through this collaboration, Medeem Zambia will continue to play an integral role in WWFZ’s efforts to map climate changes over time, to report and combat human wildlife conflict and poaching practices in real time, and to engage in community development and smart land-use planning in game management zones where humans and wildlife consistently interact.


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