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District Forest Extension Officer

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The Private Forestry Programme (PFP) aims at increasing rural income in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania through developing sustainable and profitable forestry and value addition in the entire production value chain from quality seeds to quality products in the markets. The programme is funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of Tanzania. PFP is implemented by a consortium formed by lndufor Oy and Niras Finland.

Doctorate and Masters Students Scholarships

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The Institutional Canopy of Conservation (I-CAN) project holds an International Partnerships for Sustainable Societies (IPaSS) award. This program is a joint initiative of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), aimed at building safer, more prosperous societies. I-CAN represents a research partnership involving universities, research institutions and civil society organizations from Canada and East Africa in Canada and East Africa.

Fellowship Opportunity for Masters and PhD

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Fellowship Overview To build local capacity in wildlife conservation in Asia and Africa, WWF’s Russell E. Train Education for Nature Program (EFN) is offering fellowships to future conservation leaders to enable them to pursue graduate-level study (master’s and PhD) in a wildlife-focused field.

Agriculture and Sustainable Land Management Officer

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The Tuungane Project is a joint partnership involving The Nature Conservancy, Pathfinder International and Frankfurt Zoological Society. The geographic area of the project captures the Greater Mahale Ecosystem (GME) in Western Tanzania and its freshwater counterpart—the shores and waters of Lake Tanganyika. The GME is a 4.8million-acre landscape that is home to approximately 93 per-cents of Tanzania’s 2,800 endangered chimpanzees.

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