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Proposal for In-depth Policy Analysis Study on Biodiversity and related policy issues in Monduli District

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Contributors: Dr. F.B. Kilahama, Robert V. Makaramba
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Prepared By Dr. F.B. Kilahama and Robert V. Makaramba January 1999 Task Order No. 12 Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Report For United States Agency for International Development/Tanzania 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; Environmental Institutional Strengthening - Government; Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages

Author(s): Dr. F.B. Kilahama , Robert V. Makaramba

Location: Tanzania

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