Preparations for the translocation of 200 buffaloes in GNAP is underway

On 18, 19 and 20 of May, Gilé National Park has been busy preparing for one of the most important operations of the year: the translocation of 200 buffaloes from the Marromeu National Reserve to Gilé National Park. The operation is foreseen between August and September and will take a 26-hour journey by truck. The recent […]

Roads leading to Gilé damaged by Hurricane Freddy

Are the roads to Gilé still passable? This is the problem that the teams of the Gilé National Park have to deal with after the passage of this extraordinary cyclone. ″The Park was spared, but there are still concerns about the road infrastructure. Roads were cut for several days with staff blocked between the Park […]


Fondation François Sommer NEWS #repost Agence Française de Développement validou em Dezembro o relatório intercalar do projeto Produtos Florestais Não Madeireiros. Trata-se de um projeto de desenvolvimento dos setores económicos locais do mel, cogumelos e caracóis, nas imediações e no PNAG. “Esta é uma etapa importante, um procedimento bastante complicado com a AFD e a […]


EarthRanger training in Gilé National Park In November, GNAP hosted Cécile Merel, project officer of the Fondation François Sommer, who held a training on the use of the EarthRanger system for all park rangers. EarthRanger is a mapping system that supports the strategic management of biodiversity conservation in real time. 🔺The training took place at […]


GNAP Law Enforcement Department What does the Law Enforcement Department  do in GNAP? The main issues related to the conservation of the park are poaching, illegal logging, illegal mining and Human / Wildlife conflict around the protected area and its Buffer Zone. GNAP is also mitigating agriguture and encroachment threats within the park. Patrols are the […]


🐛🐌🌱What are NTFPs? Non Timber Forest Products: any product other timber that is produced naturally in forests and can be harvested for human use without destroying the environment. These are food and non-food products. The main NTFPs present in the GNAP area are: honey, mushrooms, caterpillars, leaves, straw, rope, termite, snail, bamboo. Do you know […]


Why is it important to monitor wildlife? How are wildlife sightings recorded? What are direct and indirect observations? Read the article on monitoring GNAP priority species here and discover our collaboration with EarthRanger  Remote sensing is crucial to monitoring priority species, such as buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and elephant, in the Gilé National Park (GNAP), knowing positions, […]

GNAP supports training and internship opportunities with universities and research centers and contributes to the transformation of the conservation field in Mozambique

GNAP and Leadership Program for Conservation in Mozambique Liliana, 24 years old, graduated in Geography with specialization in Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, is part of the group of interns of the 3rd edition of the Leadership Program for Conservation in Mozambique (Programa de Liderança para Conservação de Moçambique, PLCM) funded by BIOFUND in partnership with […]