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The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars' Environmental Change and Security Program invites you to a dialogue on: Uniting for a Healthy Future for People and Nature in Western Tanzania

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Since 2011, Pathfinder International, The Nature Conservancy and the Frankfurt Zoological Society have collaborated in western Tanzania on the Tuungane Project ("Let's Unite" in Kiswahili) - an integrated conservation, health and development project designed to reduce pressures on the diverse Greater Mahale Ecosystem (GME), meet the healthcare needs of local communities, and improve the well-being of women and their families.
When Oct 31, 2012
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars at the Ronald Reagan Building 1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC, USA 4th floor conference room
Contact Name
Attendees Petro Masolwa
Kristen P. Patterson
Jeannie Brown
Sarah Lance
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The project is being implemented in six villages along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, one of Africa's Great Lakes. Lake Tanganyika holds nearly as much water as all the U.S. Great Lakes combined - an impressive 17 percent of the world's freshwater - and is home to over 250 species of fish found nowhere else in the world. The ecosystem covers a 4.8-million-acre forested landscape that is home to approximately 93 percent of Tanzania's 2,800 endangered chimpanzees.

A map to the Center is available at www.wilsoncenter.org/directions. Note: Photo identification is required. Please allow additional time to pass through security.

Please RSVP to  ecsp@wilsoncenter.org with your name and affiliation.

Note: If you are interested, but unable to attend the event, please tune into the archived webcast at www.wilsoncenter.org. The archived video will be available approximately one week after the posted meeting time.

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