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Consolidate multiple CEPF-funded efforts in southern Mozambique, particularly the area of Goba on the Mozambique-Swaziland border. Work will focus on improving access to economic benefits through tourism-related activities, improved capacity of non-governmental organizations and public agencies in the region, cross-border cooperation between civil society groups (particularly those of the Lubombo Conservancy in Swaziland), and coordination of the "Consorcio ambiental do Futi" and other CEPF partners in Mozambique.
Strategic Direction:1 Strengthen protection and management in undercapacitated and emerging protected areas in 3 priority key biodiversity areas