Category: Community Engagement

global warming and climate change Tanzania

A Classroom To The World The GLOBE Program, GLOBE AFRICA, Colorado’s St. Vrain Valley School District and Discovery Education are proud to partner on a scientific learning expedition to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. From September 23 – October 1, a team of 10 students, 12 educators, and 4 scientists representing 5 different countries, Nigeria, […]

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rhino conservation Tanzania

Arusha Manifesto In Action ANAPA park warden Neema Mollel said that the initiative to involve local people who are living around the park was introduced a few years ago and has now started bearing fruit. She said that the park which is very close to northern Tanzania’ s tourist hub of Arusha remained one of the […]

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global warming and climate change Tanzania

Partnerships Expanding The recent visit by His Highness the Aga Khan has opened up Tanzania to greater investments in the economic and social development of the country. The current Aga Khan, who has been a friend of Tanzania since before independence is a keen follower and partner in the socio-economic development of mostly underdeveloped or […]

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global warming and climate change Tanzania

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. But as Teri Priebe, a travel agent, and Paula Van Alstine, a fitness instructor, got […]

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climate change Tanzania

Agriculture Critical To Sustainable Economy UNDP  Tanzania  in collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) through the President’s Office, is supporting the establishment of the Agriculture Delivery Division (ADD) within the  President Delivery Bureau (PDB) which, is charged with spearheading transformation of agriculture in Tanzania. Agriculture is of one of the National Key Result Area of the […]

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global warming and climate change Tanzania

Indigenous Land, Water Rights A high-end safari operator must turn over documents and testimony about alleged land-grabbing and violence to the leaders of three Maasai villages in Tanzania, according to an order issued Friday by a federal magistrate judge in Boston. The villagers, assisted by EarthRights International (ERI), petitioned to receive this evidence in order […]

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