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Conservancies in Namibia play a crucial role in the country’s conservation efforts and community development. These community-owned and managed areas promote sustainable land and wildlife management practices while empowering local communities. Namibia’s conservancies encompass vast expanses of land and support diverse ecosystems, such as the arid desert landscapes of the Kunene region and the wildlife-rich areas of the Caprivi Strip. By combining conservation and community involvement, conservancies contribute to the preservation of Namibia’s unique biodiversity and offer visitors opportunities for responsible ecotourism experiences that support local livelihoods.