ENHANCING HOLISTIC RANGELAND MANAGEMENT THROUGH CAPACITY BUILDING OF PASTORAL COMMUNITY OF LAKE NATRON ECOSYSTEM AND ENDUIMET WMA FOR IMPROVED LIVELIHOOD IN LONGIDO DISTRICT

Longido district has a total area of 6392.35 km of which over 80% is  grazing land; it is a semi-arid with majority of the inhabitants are livestock keepers. Grazing resources has been a key challenge to livestock production systems and even wildlife for sustainable livelihoods.

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TNRF WINS AN AWARD AS A CSO WITH OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION IN NATURAL RESOURCES AND LAND RIGHTS.

The 7th Anniversary of Tanzania Human Rights Defenders was held on 2nd July 2021 at the Mlimani City – Dar es Salaam.  The theme for this year was “Chatting out the role of Civil Society sector in the implementation of the five years National Development Plan (2021/2022-2025/2026)”

The guest of honor, Professor Palamagamba John Kabudi, the Minister for Constitution and Legal Affairs, represented the Prime Minister Hon. Kassim Majaliwa.  In his speech, Prof. Kabudi urged organizations to be think tanks to improve laws and policy frameworks in Tanzania.

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CALL FOR PROPOSAL - PASTURE MANAGEMENT

Provision of consultancy services to support capacity building and trainings of communities in Enduimet WMA and Lake Natron Ecosystem on pasture and holistic rangelands management. 

Position: Consultant

Start Date: 6th July, 2021

End Date: 7days

Assessment Area: Northern Tanzania Enduimet WMA and Lake Natron Ecosystem

Reporting To: TNRF Executive Director through BMZ Project Lead at TNRF

Project Name: Protection of key ecosystems, increased resilience and adaptation for their sustainable use by local communities in southeast Africa

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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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