Developing a robust counter-poaching system, GKEPF operates across an area of approximately 400,000 hectares, covering the Western and Eastern flanks of the Kruger National Park.

Given this diversity and the sheer geographical scale, counter poaching efforts within GKEPF are, and will likely remain decentralized, with each reserve focusing effort in its geographic area of responsibility and influence.

In addition to the operational co-operation and collaboration requirements for protection, GKEPF creates partnerships for strategic interventions that facilitate a reduction in the demand for wildlife products and finds innovative ways to show the value of conserving wildlife for future generations.

PARTNER WITH PURPOSE

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PREVENT POACHING

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PROTECT WILDLIFE

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