WWF Tanzania office
Dar es Salaam
Plot No. 350 Regent Estate Mikocheni Dar es Salaam
+25 522 270 0077
+255 22 277 5535
Latest Tanzania News
COMMUNITIES BENEFIT FROM FOREST CONSERVATION
Residents of at least six villages from three districts in Coast and Lindi regions in Tanzania are ...
Tanzania and Kenya Sign Forestry MoU
A new forest cooperation agreement between Tanzania and Kenya is set to improve the effectiveness ...
Earth Hour 2015 in Tanzania
WWF Tanzania and ICLEI Africa recently partnered with the municipal councils in Arusha, Moshi and ...
Access to modern forms of energy remains a challenge
WORLDWIDE, 1.6 billion people lack access to electricity and 2.4 billion people lack modern fuels ...
New Tanzania Cabinet Should Address Poaching Urgently
Conservation organizations WWF and TRAFFIC are extremely alarmed by the dramatic rise in poaching ...
Learning for Sustainability - Launch of PanAfrican Youth Strategy
Nairobi, Kenya – November 20, 2013 – Africa’s youth can be at the forefront of sustainable ...
Microchips to protect rhinos in Kenya
WWF-Kenya hands over 1000 microchips and 5 scanners to the Kenya Wildlife Service today.
Mozambique seeks ways to implement Green Economy
Following the launch of Mozambique’s Green Economy Roadmap by His Excellency the President of ...
Cross-border illegal loggers put on notice
Illegal loggers operating between the border of Tanzania and Mozambique have been put on notice ...
Civil Society Joins Hands for Oil & Gas
Across eastern and southern Africa, commercial and competitively large deposits of oil and gas ...
Dar es Salaam
WWF Conservation Projects in Tanzania
Nature Gardens, Schools and Conservation Education in the Bangweulu Basin, Northeastern Zambia
The project aims to introduce awareness of environmental issues in school children in the Bangweulu basin, Zambia. It is widely recognised that effect...
Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania
Stretching across the Eastern Arc mountain range, Tanzania’s Udzungwa Mountain National Park supports diverse wildlife, including elephant, buffalo, l...
Managing the Mara River in Kenya and Tanzania
The Mara River runs through the Masai Mara Game Reserve on the Kenyan side and the Serengeti National Park on the Tanzanian side, and eventually flows...