Monthly Archives: June 2014

U.S. Foundation Buys Helicopter For Tanzania To Fight Wildlife Poaching

Buffet Family Helps Defend Tanzania’s Wildlife The Tanzanian Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has taken delivery of an R44 helicopter from the Howard Buffet Foundation to provide aerial support for combating the escalating poaching in its game reserves. The donation … Continue reading

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World Bank Pumps $44.9 Million Into Water Projects In Tanzania

Access To Safe Water, Sanitation Services The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved 44.9 US million dollars to support access to safe water and sanitation services for the poor in rural and urban communities. According to a statement … Continue reading

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Mellowswan Has World’s Largest Carbon Capture Project Ready

Reforestation Part Of Climate Change Strategy Deforestation is contributing to climate change in many ways. The good news is that reforestation is part of the solution. Reforestation is one of the few proven carbon capture solutions available today. Thanks to … Continue reading

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Women Visit Tanzania For Wildlife, Return To Help People

We Fell In Love With The People Of Tanzania At first, the King George County women went to Tanzania to see the wildlife—and they weren’t disappointed by the amazing array of elephants and wildebeests, zebras and giraffes, ostriches and albatrosses. … Continue reading

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