The Water Towers is a new landscape in WWF Tanzania Conservation Strategic Plan (CSP – II, 2021-2025) priority areas. It covers the Eastern Arc Mountain and Eastern Africa coastal forests which are recognized by IUCN to host high biodiversity hotspots with high species endemism. The WTL harbours the globally known high biodiversity hotspots and centres of endemism. Furthermore, WTL is unique as it includes the largest sources of water in the country, critical for human wellbeing, wildlife, agriculture, livestock, hydropower production and the national economy. The East Usambara Restoration project (EURP) is a four-year project (mid 2022-mid 2026) to be implemented in the East Usambara coastal forests sub landscape of the WTL aiming to use innovative and multiple landscape restoration approaches that enhance human wellbeing and wildlife. Currently, WWF Tanzania conservation programmes and priorities are guided and based on its 2030 Vision, and WWF Global Conservation Strategies. WWF Tanzania has evolved within several different conceptual approaches and conservation priorities with an obligation to address Tanzania’s national priorities in the Wildlife and ecosystem management.
NEW VACANCIES AT WWF TANZANIA, JULY 2022
The organization is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill new vacant positions. Read full details from the PDF Document below:
Rucia Kokushekya Winchislaus
Graduated diploma of community development.
Live at Tabora Kaliua ; 0623632869
I like to work in WWF Tanzania.
Majina ya sensa
Graduated in certificate in wild animal