Economic valuations and value chain analysis of Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania

wmaAnna is currently in Tanzania on an assignment with the USAID PROTECT program to review of economic valuation studies and value chain analyses of wildlife based tourism in Tanzania.  Together with Damian Bell of the Honeyguide Foundation, the initiative will study the flows of revenues between tourism operators at two Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs are community conservation areas) and local entrepreneurs and enterprises.

Anna will also participate in the WMA Investors Meeting in Arusha on 15 March 2016, and make a presentation on ‘Community conserved areas and investment issues.’

 

 

 

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