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SUMMARY OF ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: WILDLIFE POLICY AND COMMUNITY BASED CONSERVATION

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BAGAMOYO, TANZANIA 25-26 JANUARY 1999 The Institute of Resource Assessment (IRA) of the University of Dar es Salaam in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) project, Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening IQC (EPIQ), organized a two-day roundtable discussion of policy issues related to community-based conservation (CBC). Wildlife, forestry, tourism, and land use and tenure issues were all addressed. However, a primary catalyst for the event was the Wildlife Policy of Tanzania (WPT), issued by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNR&T) in March 1998. Before the roundtable, there had been no comparable opportunity for Tanzanians, both inside and outside of government, to engage in an open discussion of the WPT. Accordingly, it was the main focus of the majority of presentations and most of the participants’ comments and observations. Region: Africa. Task Order name: Tanzania Environmental SO Partner Support Unit. Technical area: Biodiversity Conservation

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Location: Tanzania

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