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STRENGTHENING WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT TO VILLAGE GAME SCOUTS (VGS) AND PROVIDE DIGITAL TOOLS TO SIMPLIFY WILDLIFE MONITORING – ENDUIMET WMA

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To have an effective wildlife management there should be wildlife monitoring system. A successful wildlife monitoring means monitoring data collected in time, focusing in efficiency to provide precisely the right information needed to make rightful decision in wildlife management. To achieve this it requires the right knowledge, understanding, skills and tools that will determine the success. Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) facilitated Management Oriented Monitoring System (MOMS) training to Village Game Scouts (VGS) from 26th -28th April, 2021 at Boma ng’ombe, Kilimanjaro.

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PROMOTING JOINT EFFORTS TO ADAPTIVE AND RESILIENCE MEASURES AGAINST IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO FOOD AND LIVELIHOOD SECURITY IN SAME DISTRICT

Climate change is a socio-economical issue around the world; its implications are increasing on food security and rural livelihoods thus access to sufficient food at the household level is decreasing. At the same time capabilities, assets and activities required to make a meaningful living are hindered; for instance, livelihood activities in rural areas such as farming are worse hurt by climate change. Responding to this situation, it is important that people especially the rural population are aware and have a good understanding on climate change, its impact and possibilities of sustainable livelihood.

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IMPROVING CONSERVATION THROUGH MANAGEMENT ORIENTED MONITORING SKILLS (MOMS) TRAINING TO THE VILLAGE GAME SCOUTS (VGS) IN THREE WMAs 19th to 23st APRIL 2021, BARIADI - SIMIYU

Wildlife conservation in (Wildlife Management Areas) WMAs is key to boosting local ecotourism and livelihoods related activities for the communities living around WMAs. To ensure sustainable measures in wildlife monitoring, patrols and habitat assessment, data is key for informed decision making by the relevant authorities. In light of this, Tanzania Natural Resources Forum (TNRF) in collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Centre for Research Cooperation (CRC) trained for three days attended by 54 participants comprising of VGS and their leaders from MAKAO and IKONA WMAs and District Game Officers (DGOs); on Management Oriented Monitoring Skills (MOMS) - a simplified conservation monitoring system that enables VGS to collect, store and relay on wildlife related matters on real time.

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TIME EXTENSION: CONSTRUCTION OF WMA OFFICE, RENOVATION OF TOURIST HOSTEL AND INFORMATION CENTRE, ENDUIMET WMA - READVERTISED

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) offers extension of time for the Construction of WMA office, renovation of tourist hostel and information centre - Enduimet WMA.  The deadline is extended to latest Monday, 19th April 2021 at 5.30 pm to provide a greater opportunity for  bidders to compile proposals and file applications. More information about the tender is attached below.

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