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Senior Forestry officials meet for the 6th Annual Forum on Illegal Timber Trade
Uganda played host to the 6th Annual East Africa Timber Trade Stakeholders’ Forum jointly hosted by ...
University of Dar es Salaam students launch a rhino conservation awareness campaign
Rhinos in Tanzania are increasingly facing a serious threat of poaching and illegal trade for their ...
Hundreds Participate in collecting Plastic debris in Zanzibar to mark World Environment Day
At Paje Zanzibar last Saturday TCO partnered with UN Environment to commemorate World Environment ...
A fair share of lessons from Nepal: Tanzania embraces Zero Poaching
Between 2007 and 2014, 144,000, (30%) of the African Savanah elephants were poached for their ...
Tanzania Launches the National Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Guidelines
Minister of State Vice President's Office Union and Environment HE January Makamba (MP), launched ...
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...
BMUs necessitate police support in fighting illegal fishing
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