We believe in the power of collaboration to address Africa’s most pressing conservation challenges. We develop long-term, strategic relationships with our partners to achieve shared goals and create lasting, sustainable change.
The Nature Conservancy is a global, science-based conservation organization working around the world to protect the lands and waters on which all life depends. In Africa, TNC works in partnership with government and local NGOs, sharing technical tools, skills, and resources, to increase the scale of their impact and implement solutions that preserve nature while improving people’s lives. TNC established the Africa Program in 2007, and today they operate in seven countries across the continent.
The Northern Tanzania Rangelands Initiative (NTRI) is a group of development and conservation organisations that have been working across the northern Tanzania landscapes for many years. We recognise that working together and collaboratively yields better results. We are seeking an ecologically and economically thriving landscape that supports both people and wildlife, and is resilient to future stress from climate change and human population growth.
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been working to protect Tanzania’s unique biodiversity since 1956 through a vast range of activities encompassing training, research, monitoring, institutional and community support, education, species conservation and the creation, extension and management of key protected areas.
The Office of International Programs (IP) cultivates lasting, meaningful partnerships between the US Forest Service and partners overseas in the spirit of technical cooperation, cultural exchange, and mutual benefit. IP draws from the full spectrum of expertise from the Forest Service, the largest natural resource management agency in the world. The USFS works in approximately 90 countries across four regions: Latin America & the Caribbean; Africa & Middle East; Europe, Eurasia, and Russia; and Asia & Pacific.
Trias combats the barriers to self-development that are currently holding enterprising people around the world back from fulfilling their ambitions. We ensure that people work together, regardless of their race, age or gender. By supporting their farmers’ and entrepreneurs’ associations, we create a strong and sustainable basis to raise family income and transform entire communities. Trias also functions as a hub for international cooperation between enterprising people.
Honeyguide runs community-based conservation initiatives across 1.3 million acres of wilderness in Tanzania. We empower communities to protect wildlife and habitat, prevent human-wildlife conflict, and to improve management of their natural resources. With such an integrated approach, Honeyguide envisions a Tanzania in which communities and wildlife will benefit from each other’s existence.
The Practitioners' Working Table is a groundbreaking alliance of award-winning practitioners inspiring a brave rethink of international conservation and development practice.
The Tarangire Lion Project conducts research and monitoring of the lion population in the Tarangire-Manyara ecosystem and promotes co-existence between lions and pastoralist communities.
Comprised of local experts and international scientists, KopeLion employs former lion hunters to actively protect lions and reduce carnivore conflicts in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.