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Policy Guidelines for Game Farming and Game Ranching in Tanzania

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Contributors: Clark Lungren, Malte Sommerlatte, Charles Mlingwa
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Task Order No. 12 Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Final Report Prepared by: Clark Lungren Malte Sommerlatte Charles Mlingwa Prepared for: The Wildlife Division of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism The United Republic of Tanzania and USAID/Tanzania–EPIQ GTZ-CBC Project August 2000 Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) Partners: International Resources Group, Winrock International, and Harvard Institute for International Development Subcontractors: PADCO; Management Systems International; and Development Alternatives, Inc. Collaborating Institutions: Center for Naval Analysis Corporation; Conservation International; KNB Engineering and Applied Sciences, Inc..; Keller-Bliesner Engineering; Resource Management International, Inc.; Tellus Institute; Urban Institute; and World Resources Institute Region: Africa. Task Order name: Tanzania Environmental SO Partner Support Unit. Technical area: Biodiversity Conservation

Author(s): Clark Lungren , Malte Sommerlatte , Charles Mlingwa

Location: Tanzania

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