Conserving Afrotropical Biodiversity
The Biodiversity Foundation for Africa is a Zimbabwe-based non-governmental organisation comprising regional biodiversity specialists, which undertakes collection, collation and interpretation of organismal biodiversity information.
The BFA is committed to conserving Afrotropical biodiversity through the improvement of scientific knowledge and its incorporation in the planning process.
Previously based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, the BFA is not active at present. For queries contact the current Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our experts Scientists and specialists who have been closely involved with running the BFA or in its various projects are shown here.
A continuing series of BFA Occasional Publications started in 1995. These are listed and available here.
Some other publications covering biodiversity topics of interest to the BFA’s activities that are not readily available elsewhere (grey literature) are available here.