Category Archives: Sustainable Agriculture

UNDP Supports Sustainable Agriculture in 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 … Continue reading

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Tanzania’s Deforestation Rate Double Global Average

Reforestation Critical To Ecosystems At 1.1 percent, Tanzania’s average annual deforestation rate is more than twice the global average of 0.5 percent.  To mitigate the destruction in their region, Mamba villagers in Moshi Municipality have planted over 4,000 indigenous trees. … Continue reading

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Mellowswan Will Reforest Tanzania, Create Hundreds Of Jobs

Kilimanjaro Ecosystem Supports Millions Of People What’s the Kilimanjaro region worth? How about the entire ecosystem of Kenya, Tanzania and all of East Africa? What will it mean to millions of people and critically endangered species–including elephants, rhinos and lions–if … Continue reading

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Reforestation, Forest Conservation Can Help Save Wildlife

Habitat. Endangered Species. Hope. Wildlife More Valuable Alive Deforestation is one of the primary threats to endangered species, including the tiger, orangutan, elephant and rhino. Forest conservation and reforestation are two of the integrated solutions that must be employed to … Continue reading

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