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Plot No. 348, Forest Hill Area, Kingalu Road, Morogoro,Tanzania +255 (0) 23 293-4274 eamcef@easternarc.or.tz
Main Thematic Areas
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PROTECTED AREAS AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT (PA)

Our support in protected Areas is aimed at improving the ecological functions of the Eastern Arc Mountains ecosystem and to strengthen the management capabilities of the responsible institutions – there by enhancing resilience to climate change impact and potential mitigation functions.

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COMMUNITY BASED CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT (CD)

Local communities surrounding the Eastern Arc Mountains are at the heart of our work. We are committed to support alternative economic activities in order to improve the rural livelihoods and social welfare of these forest adjacent communities.

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APPLIED BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCHES (RS)

We support researches relevant to the conservation of biodiversity in the priority
Eastern Arc Mountains.

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Projects
We support projects on
We support projects on
  • Forest boundary management
  • Nature trails establishment, and management
  • Forest surveillance and rehabilitation of degraded areas
  • Ecotourism support and marketing: through campsite establishment and improvement and infrastructure development
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    Poultry keeping and dairy animal husbandry
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    Butterfly farming, Beekeeping, and Fish farming
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    Tree planting, agroforestry, Horticulture and Fruit production
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    Capacity building and Environmental conservation
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    Reforestation and rehabilitation of degraded areas
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    Energy efficient stoves and Biogas technology
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    Conservation agriculture and enterprise development
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    Carbon storage potential of the EAMs and climate change impacts
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    Biodiversity conservation
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    Beekeeping
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    Agroforestry
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    Vegetation recovery
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    Environmental education
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    Opportunity costs for Nature Reserves
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    Policy and laws
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    Payment for Ecosystem Services

“I was so ashamed to see my dad (Emmanuel Singo) catching insects, but later we saw money coming out of it. I am now helping him to take care of the butterfly cage…and I like the job. Before my dad started keeping butterflies, I used to miss classes since fee was not paid on time. I remember staying home for extra 2-3 weeks while my friends were already in school.”
NAVONE EMMANUEL E. SINGO (Student, Daughter Of Emmanuel E. Singo)

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