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Elias Libombo: Riding With Elias | My Zimbabwe

by Beckypublished on 22nd July 2021

Bringing nature and people together, Elias Libombo mediates between Zimbabwe’s Gonarezhou National Park and local communities. “My Zimbabwe is about rediscovering how our ancestors lived with, not against, the land. They knew the importance of the wild,” says Elias Libombo, the community liaison officer for the Gonarezhou National Park.

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