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Rod de Vletter

Rod de Vletter, a Swaziland citizen, is a tourism and environment specialist working for the World Bank since 1993. He is the owner of two nature reserves and an ecotourism lodge in Swaziland, and the founder of Swaziland’s environmental NGO, Yonge Nawe. He is one of the originators of the Transfrontier Conservation Areas (TFCA) Initiative and has been working on Coastal Zone Management, Biodiversity and Tourism Corridors, and Tourism and Conservation policy and program development. His working experience covers Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Malawi and Uganda.

Recently, Mr. de Vletter has been working with the International Finance Corporation to design the South East Africa Tourism Investment Program (SEATIP) and with the Government of Mozambique to design its Sustainable Tourism and Conservation Program.

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Rod de Vletter

Independent Consultant
Phophonyane Lodge & Nature Reserve
P.O. Box 199
Pigg’s Peak, Swaziland

(Tel) 268-4371409
(Fax) 268-4371319

rod@africaonline.co.sz
rvletter@worldbank.org
rod@realnet.co.sz

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