WWF Tanzania has had interventions in Tanzania since 1962 with operations mainly on rhino conservation, managed direct from the head quarters in Switzerland. Currently, WWF in Tanzania conservation programmes and priorities are guided and based on its 2030 Vision, and WWF Global Conservation Strategies.
In 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. WWF Tanzania works in priority areas of Southern Tanzania in the Ruvuma Landscape, Seascape, Water Towers landscape and the SOKNOT (Southern Kenya Northern Tanzania) landscape which is a trans boundary programme with Kenya.
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capacity, to provide a source of inspiration, sustainable food, water
and clean water for all. We work to protect our natural resources-
oceans, land, wildlife- so that we can continue to benefit. We work to
create a better future of harmonius existence environmentally,
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of the planet.
NEW VACANCIES AT WWF TANZANIA, MAY 2022
The organization is currently looking for individuals to fill new vacant positions. Read full details from the PDF Document below: