The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism paid out over N$ 5 million towards human-wildlife conflict in 2020. The Namibia press agency reports that speaking at the launch of the revised National Strategy on Wildlife Protection and Law Enforcement for the next five years, Minister Pohamba Shifeta indicated that 413 heads of cattle, 12 donkeys, 234 goats, and 154 sheep were killed by wild animals and 6 900 hectares were damaged by wild animals. Shifeta also indicated that three people were injured by baboons, elephants, and hippos, six by buffaloes, three by leopards, and two by lions. Two people also died after being attacked by crocodiles.