The seminars, workshops and training programs held on our Dimbangombe learning site give you a close-up experience of ecological processes at work, low-stress herding and livestock handling, water infrastructure for large herds, lion-proof kraals, elephant-deterrent cropfields, and more. 

Join Us

  • Stay at the Centre and learn first hand
  • Spend a day with the herders
  • Take a walk about with a game scout
  • Visit local communities and gardens practicing Holistic Management
  • Team building opportunities
  • Learn more about Holistic Management
  • Visit Victoria Falls
  • Book a safari

Photo credit: C.J. Hadley/ RANGE

Our Solutions

We are making a global difference. You can too.

Our work is transforming the lives and livelihoods of impoverished people and the wildlife alongside them in one of the most heavily populated wildlife areas in Southern Africa.

“The message is an extraordinarily powerful one, and it could be the best thing, the absolute best thing that conservation has ever discovered."

(Dr M Sanjayan, American conservation scientist). 

Find out how you can contribute to the future of the planet and global communities in need.


If you are concerned about poverty, disappearing wildlife, droughts and floods, drying rivers, food aid programs that never end and the ongoing battle for disappearing resources, we invite you to learn more about what we do and how you can become part of the solution.

Our Mission

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To train, equip, and empower communities to restore their land and wildlife using the methods that earned us the 2010 Buckminster Fuller Challenge for our “significant potential to solve some of humanity’s most pressing problems.” Learn more about these methods and how you can support this vital work.

The Africa Centre for Holistic Management enhances food and water security and human livelihoods through training that utilizes livestock to restore degraded watersheds, wildlife habitat and croplands to health.