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UNESCO describes a biosphere reserve in Chimanimani as a unique one in the world


Lawrence Lifa |  1 year ago | local


The United Nation Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization has described a biosphere reserve in Chimanimani as a unique one in the world with outstanding value which local people can capitalize on. In an interview, UNESCO Zimbabwe National Commission Deputy Secretary General Mr Manito Magava said the reserve which constitute most parts of Chimanimani is an avenue for tourism investment and can be used for scientific research and other related studies. He added that a biosphere reserve is an area that has is recognized for its unique mix of plants and animals, valued environment and sustainable way of life of people who live and work within the reserve.