Highlights and Publications

16
Sep
2013

KUKARIBISHA MAOMBI YA UWEKEZAJI KTK VITALU VYA UWINDAJI WA KITALII MAENEO YA WMA

Jumuiya Zilizoidhinishwa za Hifadhi ya Wanyamapori (Authorized Associations-AAs) zinakaribisha maombi ya uwekezaji kwenye vitalu vyao vya uwindaji wa kitalii vilivyo wazi kwa muhula wa Julai 2013-2018. Makampuni ya Uwindaji wa kitalii ya Kitanzania na Kigeni yenye vigezo vya kufanya… Read More

Attachment: attachment HUNTING_BLOCK_APPLICATION_FORM

10
Jul
2013

INVITATION FOR APPLICATIONS FOR VACANT TOURIST HUNTING BLOCKS ALLOCATION IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA

The following Authorized Associations (AAs) invite applications from potential investors interested in conducting Tourist Hunting business in their vacant hunting blocks for the hunting term of July 2013-2018. Applications are invited from qualified Tanzanian and Non-Tanzanian outfitters. Read More

Attachment: attachment RE-ADVERT_ENDUIMET_KISUNGULE_KIMBANDA_CHINGOLI_JULY_2013_FINAL

24
Jun
2013

Request for Consultancy Service to Develop Authorised Association Consortum (AAC) Strategy Plan

Request for Consultancy Service to Develop Authorised Association Consortum (AAC) Corporate Strategy Plan (CSP) 2014 - 2019 Read More

Attachment: attachment AAC_OPERATION_PLAN_ADVERT_FINAL_21_06_2013

15
May
2013

INVITATION FOR APPLICATIONS FOR VACANT TOURIST HUNTING BLOCKS ALLOCATION IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA

The following Authorized Associations (AAs) invite applications from potential investors interested in conducting Tourist Hunting business in their vacant hunting blocks for the hunting term of July 2013-2018. 1. Chingoli WMA, 2.Kisungule WMA, 3. Kimbanda WMA, Applications are invited… Read More

Attachment: attachment ADVERT_KISUNGULE_KIMBANDA_CHINGOLI_13_05_2013_FINAL(rvPA)1

09
May
2013

Invitation For The Applications For Investment In Non-Consumptive Wildlife Utilization In WMA’s

Invitation For The Applications For Investment In Non-Consumptive Wildlife Utilization In Wildlife Management Areas (WMA’s) Read More

Attachment: attachment TWMA_applications_for_investments_in_WMA_May_2013

18
Jan
2013

Community-Based Conservation in Tanzania: Getting the Incentives Right

Networks of protected areas (PAs) remain the single most dominant approach for conserving biodiversity in the tropics (Brunei et al. 2001). In Tanzania, PAs occupy about 24% of the country's land cover (VVPT 2007). Generally, PAs have done a good job of sustaining much of the existing… Read More

Attachment: attachment Eliezeri_Sungusia

17
Jan
2013

Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs): benefits, challenges and steps

Wildlife can endanger a community’s livelihoods and people – or become its greatest natural asset. If you’re trying to farm or graze, elephants and lions can wreak havoc. But if you’re willing to be flexible and make some effort, the same animals can attract income, jobs,… Read More

Attachment: attachment wildlife_management_areas_wmas_benefits_challenges_and_steps