Kalahari Tracker Project

The Kalahari San Master Tracker Programme is a New Platform to Scale Up and Replicate Biodiversity Field Projects that Empowers Indigenous Communities.

Introduction

The world is experiencing a period of rapid environmental change caused by climate change, habitat…

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UNESCO 2021 Certification of Indigenous Tracking

In the past decade, there has been a substantial shift in both the United Nations…

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2021: Ju/’hoan San Tracker School

The world is experiencing a period of rapid environmental change caused by climate change, habitat…

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2018: The Old Way Kalahari San Project

Initiated 2018 and ongoing. However, visits to Kalahari was suspended in 2020 due to COVID-19…

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2016: Smartphone Icon User Interface design

In 1996 we developed an Icon User Interface design for handheld computers that enabled non-literate…

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2011: The Western Kgalagadi Conservation Corridor Project

CyberTracker has its origins in an apparent paradox in human evolution: the brain evolved both…

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2010: Tracking Knowledge

Knowledges are not distinct entities. They cannot be held in isolation as if bounded, discrete,…

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2006: IPACC tracking workshop, Tsumkwe

The Indigenous Peoples of Africa Co-ordinating Committee (IPACC) worked with regional San organisations, the Nyae…

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2002: CyberTracker applications in Namibia

Since Namibia gained independence in 1990 Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) has

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