|Overview : |
National Administration for Conservation Areas is the management entity of the Conservation Areas in Mozambique, created by the Government in 2011, with a Vision of being the entity for reference in the Management of Biodiversity and sustainable Development of the Conservation Areas.
Conservation Areas in Mozambique are 18.57 million Acres, that makes 25% of the national territory, which are divided by 7 National Parks, 9 National Reserves, 20 Hunting concessions, 3 community conservancies and 50 Game Farms.
The conservation Sector in Mozambique has always considered sector mainly male, being this a changing tendency. With the growing number of women working in this sector, there is an emergent need to develop a Strategy or even a Policy for Gender Equity in the Conservation Areas.
ANAC is an institution that values Gender Equity and would like to develop a Gender Strategy that will be as the guidelines for the management of Human Resources in order to attain the global strategy for the Institution.