Towards Sustainable Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania

Download details
Towards Sustainable Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania Towards Sustainable Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania

This juxtaposition of human poverty and a wealth of biodiversity and habitats creates significant challenges in trying to resolve the trade-offs between conservation and basic human survival. The natural resource base contributes over 30% of the national gross domestic product,1 primarily through agriculture and tourism, and over 75% of Tanzanians depend directly on natural resources for their livelihoods.2 The tourism sector holds a promising future for sustainable development.

Tourists come to Tanzania to see pristine landscapes and view wildlife, which incentivizes the preservation of those natural resources as potential sources of income. However, inadequate resource management capacity, poor governance, and inequitable access and sharing of income from resource utilization are some of the problems that negatively impact natural resources and the rural poor who
depend on them.

Created 2010-01-17
Changed 2017-06-07
Size 3.82 MB
MD5 Checksum 5367cff9052aa4082ed90f34a1e490a5
Created by Luzwi Technologies
Changed by Allen
Downloads 0
SHA1 Checksum 192be150fd8328d646c8531721b2528a73d2f81d
This is only a simple document without a file.


+255 22 2668615