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  1. Library Resource
    Regulations
    January, 2012
    Tanzania

    These Regulations make provision for the declaration, administration and management of wildlife management areas and the establishment of Community Based Organizations for such administration and management. They also provide for non-consumptive and consumptive utilisation of resources of wildlife management areas, the resolution of disputes and management of conflicts in such areas and define offences.Any village intending to designate an area as a Wildlife Management Area shall first establish a Community Based Organization in the manner prescribed under the Trustees’ Incorporation Act.

  2. Library Resource
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    A Fact-Finding Mission Report on Vilima Vitatu Village Land Dispute-Babati District

    Reports & Research
    June, 2007
    Tanzania

    A fact-finding mission team was formed as a result of consultative meetings on the land dispute between the village government and pastoralists in Vilima Vitatu village in Babati district. The team was comprised of the following members: Kassian Mshomba (LHRC), Seif Mangwangi (Majira), Diana Mawalla (PINGOs Forum), Hamadi Sadick, Emmanuel Cornel (PINGOs Forum), Asraji Mvungi (ITV), Rodgers Luhwago (The Citizen), Bakari Mnkondo (Uhuru), Bernard Baha (HakiArdhi) and Chambi Chachage (Independent Researcher).


  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    October, 2009
    Zambia

    Tourism is one of the most rapidly growing economic sectors in the world, especially indeveloping countries; growth rates in international tourist arrivals and receipts in these countries are roughly double the world average. In Zambia, the tourism sector has grown steadily in recent years; international tourist arrivals from 1990 to 2005 grew at an average annual rate of 9.7%, and tourism receipts grew at 10.2%, compared to average growth rates for developing countries of 6.6% and 9.9%, respectively.

  4. Library Resource
    July, 2013
    Namibia

    A recent study in Ecology Letters suggests that protected areas in Tanzania are becoming increasingly important as a climate change adaptation measure. When surrounding landscapes become degraded, the protected areas serve as islands of habitat for several species of dry-land birds. The authors of the study conclude that the protected areas should be maintained as an effective means for achieving conservation and climate change adaptation objectives.

  5. Library Resource
    August, 2012
    Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Zimbabwe

    Between 1970 and 1992, the World Bank
    assisted financially in about 15 wildlife-related projects
    in Sub-Saharan Africa. The lending volume was US$ 368
    million or about 1percent of the Bank's totals lending
    during the same period. While geographically, these projects
    have been concentrated in East Africa, especially Kenya, the
    others are located in Somali, Malawi, Botswana, Cote
    d'Ivoire, Zimbabwe, Ghana, the Central African

  6. Library Resource
    January, 2003
    Zimbabwe, Sub-Saharan Africa

    Is land reform compatible with wildlife management? Zimbabwe is seeking to combine the redistribution of large, 'under-utilised' landholdings to smallholders, with wildlife management, which needs extensive land holdings to be viable. Whilst one stresses direct redistribution, equity and land for crops, the other emphasises maximising foreign exchange earnings, encouraging public-private partnerships and relies on trickle down.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    January, 2005
    Tanzania

    This paper explores and analyses contemporary contests over land tenure in
    northern Tanzania’s village lands as they relate to wildlife management and land policy
    and legislation. It details the nature of the contests and conflicts, including their legal
    aspects, and further seeks to diagnose the underlying political economic reasons behind
    these endemic conflicts. It concludes by relating these underlying issues to the broader
    macroeconomic environment and efforts to improve the security of local land tenure in

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