WWF Tanzania conservation programmes and priorities are guided and based on its 2030 Vision, and WWF Global Conservation Strategies. The organization 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. The WWF Network has adopted a new Environmental and Social Safeguard Framework (ESSF) which will enable WWF as a global organisation to be able to ensure that our work goes beyond doing no harm, to doing good with regards to the rights and improved wellbeing of local communities. The ESSF builds on WWFs social policies and commitments, setting out concrete steps to be followed in all our work in different landscapes and seascapes, and a system to ensure that we can evidence this is happening: by landscape programme, nationally, regionally and globally. As part of the global WWF Network, WWF Tanzania is also going to implement the ESSF to ensure adherence to these best practice standards and to make sure that WWF’s work in Tanzania benefits both people and nature.
NEW VACANCY AT WWF TANZANIA, SEPTEMBER 2022
The organization is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill new vacant positions. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT BELOW: