ADAP is a Swiss non-governmental organisation set up in Geneva in 1997. It supports local community-based natural resource management initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa. ADAP assumes that any nature conservation initiative that does not take into account the needs of communities living in alongside these resources is doomed to failure.
ADAP has been supporting projects in Tanzania since 2002. The Rungwa River corridor project was launched in 2018 and aims to support and accompany the villages bordering the Rungwa River Forest Reserve in establishing a joint forest management (JFM) to secure their rights to the reserve, its management and the income generated from it.
The project will be developed along two lines, the first aiming to facilitate the establishment of village institutional structures for the management of the reserve, the second to support the development of income-generating activities for the benefit of the communities of 12 villages of the Mlele and Sikonge Districts by focusing on two sectors: honey and wild edible mushrooms. The esteemed organization is an equal opportunity employer.
NEW VACANCY AT ADAP, NOVEMBER 2022
The organization is looking for qualified and competent individuals to fill a new vacant position. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT ATTACHED BELOW: