• 02.09.2015


    In a joint effort of GIZ and KfW, German Development Cooperation is working to improve the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources for some of Tanzania's most significant ecosystems. Within the German Development Cooperation program, GIZ's Natural Resources Management Project (NRM) aims to achieve that central and local governments, autonomous protected area authorities, and the private sector set incentives for the local population to engage in sustainable resource management. To find out more about the project and its background, please browse the following pages!

  • 27.02.2017

    Celebration of World Wildlife Day 2017 on 3rd March

    For the fourth time since the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the 3rd March World Wildlife Day, this special day will be celebrated in 2017 to call once again attention to all challenges wildlife is facing these days. Besides habitat loss, overgrazing, farming and development, especially poaching and trafficking pose immediate threat to many iconic species ...
  • 16.01.2017

    Electronic Revenue Collection in Ngorongoro District

    One of the revenues districts can influence directly, are market fees and taxes as well as gate fees for visitors, trucks and busses crossing the District boundaries. Districts need to boost these revenues to have money for new activities and investments. The Ngorongoro District tested a new revenue collection system on site ...
  • 22.12.2016

    Visit of BMZ Film Crew in Serengeti District

    For a period of one week (5th – 10th Dec), a three-man-strong film crew on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) visited Serengeti District. Its mission was to get to know, understand and shoot the diverse activities of German engagement for biodiversity within the unique region of Serengeti ...