Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) through the project called “Engaging Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Communities, and the Private Sector in advocacy and piloting implementation of the Wildlife Corridor Regulations” will facilitate a national Wildlife Working Group stakeholders meeting at Wanyama Hotel, in Dar es salaam.

The meeting will focus on;

  1. Discussing challenges exist in the wildlife conservation legal framework
  2. Recommend long term strategy that will help in conservation of wildlife and
  3. Revamping action plans for effective facilitation of Wildlife Working Group (WWG) proposed activities in Tanzania.

More than 22 conservation organizations and other stakeholders ranging from the government institutions, bilateral organization, international, non-governmental organizations, universities, and CSOs will be present.

It is expected that; the meeting will come up with recommendations about the future of wildlife conservation in Tanzania and strategize on the operations of the wildlife working group.

9 November 2018 - 8:30am

Engagement with Members of Parliament


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13 May 2017 - 9:00am to 4:00pm
14 May 2017 - 9:00am to 4:00pm

Pastoralist / Indigenous UPR Thematic Group Meeting 6th July 2015

About the Indigenous / Pastoralist Thematic Group

Pastoralism is defined by a high reliance on livestock as a source of economic and social wellbeing, and various types of strategic mobility to access water and grazing resources in areas of high rainfall variability.  Pastoral sector is one of the very vital sectors in the country. This is due to the fact that a number of people are employed in this sector. Apart from that pastoral sector plays significant role in economic growth.

In conformity with the criteria set out by the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights’ as well as the United Nations, the indigenous peoples of the United Republic of Tanzania include the Maasai, the Barbaig, Akie, Taturu and Hadzabe

UPR – General Introduction

The UPR is a unique State-driven process which involves a review of the human rights records of all UN Member States. The ultimate aim of this mechanism is to improve the human rights situation in all countries and address human rights violations wherever they occur. Tanzania - UN Member state - underwent the first cycle of the UPR on 3rd October 2011. The state considered all 153 recommendations, accepted 107 in full, 33 in part and the remaining 4 were referred for further consideration or rejected.

6 July 2015 - 8:00am
Sg Resort Arusha

TNRF Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting is the most important event in TNRF's calendar. It is an annual opportunity for TNRF members to:

10 October 2008 - 9:00am to 3:00pm


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