4 million hectares. That’s land in communal areas that has been set aside for conservation, where local communities have made the choice to life with wildlife.
Land that is home to the world’s largest population of free-roaming black rhino, the world’s largest population of cheetah, populations of elephant, lion, leopard, giraffe and many more rare and endangered species that are expanding in numbers and range.
Land that encompasses Africa’s wild rivers, stunning dunes, vast plains, rugged mountains, a World Heritage Site with ancient rock art, and is part of two transfrontier parks that protect critical migration routes across international borders.
4 million hectares that is protected, conserved, set aside for the exclusive use of wildlife, and managed by communities for communities, for their benefit and our collective future.
The RAD Wildlife Credits Namibia Tokens will provide a framework for investment to help in preserve and sustaining the 4 million hectares with its wildlife managed by communities on the land.