KAZA (Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area)
At 200,000 square miles, roughly the size of France, KAZA is the world’s largest transboundary terrestrial conservation area. Along with its chief rivers and their tributaries, it features more than a dozen national parks and a host of other conservation areas, including large tracts of communal conservancies and Indigenous peoples’ lands. It also contains rural and urban settlements that are home to 2.5 million people. Assignment for WWF.