Conservation in Kafue National Park

started by JM Safaris, the Musekese conservation programme provides fuel, food rations and transport for the patrols. 
Musekese is aimed at protecting wildlife working alongside Zambia’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife.

Simalaha Community Conservancy

is one of six wildlife dispersal areas identified in KAZA.
Officially launched in October 2012, the aim of the conservancy is improvement to the two local communities i.e. Sesheke and Sekhute as well as developing a wildlife sanctuary.
Conservation agriculture :  turning poachers and charcoal burnrs into farmers.
Wildlife is being introduced into Simalaha with success; solar powered is being installed in classrooms.