Conservation and environmental news & publications: Tanzania
Thomas Chale, Enterprise Development Coordinator, Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania
Working for WWF is the best thing that happened to me work-wise. It takes me to places Tanzanians ...
Rufiji-Mafia-Kilwa Seascape Programme, Tanzania
The Rufiji-Mafia-Kilwa Seascape covers an area of approx. 9,000 km2 on the central Tanzanian coast. ...
WWF campaign bears fruit in Mafia
An environmental education and community conservation drive spearheaded by WWF is bearing fruit in ...
Marine Protected Areas - providing a future for fish and people
Marine protected areas (MPAs) offer a range of benefits for fisheries, people and the marine ...
Caught in nets: WWF report identifies dolphins, porpoises most in need of urgent action
Nine dolphin and porpoise populations around the world need immediate action if they are to survive ...
Tracks: an unsual challenge for marine turtle hatchlings
This 3.5 minute video shows loggerhead hatchlings struggling to pass their way over footprints and ...
::: Project Profile :::
Implementation phase of Songwe River transboundery catchment management project
The WWF Songwe River transboundary catchment management project is a component of a larger ...
Dugong conservation in Tanzania
WWF is working in the waters off Tanzania in an attempt to protect one of the world’s most ...
The Status of Marine Turtles in Tanzania
Five species of marine turtles occur in Tanzania’s waters. These include green, hawksbill, ...
East Africa Marine Ecoregion Brochure