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Kilimanyika’s work in Tanzania wtih REDD and presentation at the UNFCCC in the Daily News: Forestry Owners Need Compensation

Mpingo Conservation and Development Initiative believe that mpingo (African blackwood) offers a unique opportunity for integrated conservation and rural development across large areas of its native habitat in Tanzania and Mozambique. MCDI aim to use mpingo as an economic tool to advance conservation of mpingo’s natural habitat.

Sound and Fair is a campaign to bring to the market certified, fairly traded timber from community managed forests in Tanzania.

Save the Rhino International works to conserve genetically viable populations of critically endangered rhinoceros species in the wild. They do this by fundraising for and making grants to rhino- and community-based conservation projects in Africa and Asia.

Namibian Nature Foundation is a non-governmental organisation, not-for-profit, established under a Deed of Trust as a charitable and funding institution of a public character, with an independent Board of Trustees.

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum is a collective civil society-based initiative to improve natural resource management in Tanzania by addressing fundamental issues of natural resource governance.

Institute of Development Studies (IDS) University of Sussex. Offering research, teaching and communications on international development.

Eldis is a gateway to information on development issues. It provides summaries and links to online documents.

Livelihoods Connect at IDS. Supporting implementation of sustainable livelihoods approaches to poverty elimination.

Sustainable Livelihoods Framework. Approaches to assessing livelihoods.

Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre ~ a facility of the Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania.

Britain Tanzania Society aims to increase the understanding between the peoples of Britain and Tanzania and to finance small community based projects in rural Tanzania through the Tanzanian Development Trust.