Highlights and Publications

17
Jun
2010

Assessment and Evaluation of the Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania

In December 2006 the Institute of Resource Assessment (IRA) was contracted by the Tanzania Programme Office of the WWF to undertake an assessment and evaluation of wildlife management areas (WMAs) in the country. Read More

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17
Jan
2010

Towards Sustainable Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania

Within the last few years, Tanzania has witnessed mushrooming growth of “wildlife management areas” (WMAs). These are broadly meant to halt (or reduce) loss of wildlife populations, and ensure that local people benefit from their conservation. However, human pressure is rapidly… Read More

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17
Jun
2009

Politics of participatory wildlife management in Enduimet WMA, Tanzania

The popular perception of African wilderness as untouched beauty has been challenged over the years. Research within political ecology has revealed much of that view has been the result of Western ideology of nature imposed on the South and perpetuated by conservation policies (Neumann… Read More

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17
Dec
2008

Wildlife-Based Revenue Transparency Performance in Longido and Simanjiro Districts

Wildlife-based tourism revenue is the broad term used to describe income generated from both photographic and hunting tourism. All these are the forms of tourism that take place in different areas such as village land, general land, open land, Game Controlled Areas, Game Reserves… Read More

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17
Jan
2006

Pawaga-Idodi Proposed Wildlife Management Area

This Resource Management Zone Plan has three substantive chapters preceded by a foreword and a summary of MBOMIPA objectives. Summarized MBOMIPA objectives are; • To establish an effective and sustainable wildlife management system under community authority and responsibility in… Read More

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17
Apr
2005

Wildlife Management Areas: A Legal Analysis

Wildlife is one of Tanzania’s most valuable natural resources. Wildlife produces important economic activity through tourism activities as well as providing food for millions of people. The new National Strategy for Growth and the Reduction of Poverty highlights wildlife as an important… Read More

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18
Jan
2001

The Development of Community Wildlife Management In Tanzania, Lessons From The Ruaha Ecosystem

This paper has been prepared as a contribution to the debate on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to community-based conservation in Africa. It focuses on the development of community wildlife management in Tanzania, and in particular on the experience of successive… Read More

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