PAAZAB African Association of Zoos and Aquaria
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NOTICE BOARD

Sitatunga Incident

PAAZAB is concerned and saddened by the recent incident involving the importation and euthanasia of 8 Sitatunga at OR Tambo in Johannesburg. PAAZAB views this incident extremely seriously, .............

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Our Mission: 
CONSERVATION THROUGH COOPERATION

Our Vision:
African Zoos and Aquaria internationally recognized as being effective and trusted centres of animal welfare, conservation, education, research and service.

PAAZAB 25th CONFERENCE and AGM
21ST to 23rd May 2014

Proudly hosted by UWEC in Uganda

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An historic moment - WAZA Council with PAAZAB Executive

 All the happy Delagates

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Seated: WAZA Council; PAAZAB Executive; VIP Guest speakers.

Standing: The wonderful delegates that made PAAZAB conference 2014 an incredible event.

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Our congratulations to PAAZAB's first Lady Chairperson,

Esther van der Westhuizen 

 

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014 awards

Bernard Harrison - James Musinguzi, UWEC

Conservation - Dr Andrew Seguya, UWA

Animal Keeper - Jimmy Awany, UWEC

Education - David Musingo, UWEC  

 

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