In a very productive week of participatory modelling in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, in November 2019, around 100 highly engaged stakeholders from Botswana and Zimbabwe gathered to co-create system maps for each relevant sector of the Hwange-Kazuma-Chobe Wildlife dispersal area in the KAZA TFCA.

Over the course of 2020, the sectoral models were validated prior to their combination into an integrated model. The integrated simulation model was subjected to a final joint review and validation by stakeholders from all sectors, in a series of on-line workshops organized in December 2020. With the modelling meetings completed, an interactive learning environment was created to serve as a decision support tool for adaptive management in this coexistence landscape. 

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Participatory modelling workshop, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe (November 2019)