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Socioeconomic Study of the Udzungwa Scarp Area: A Potential Wildlife Corridor
Grantee Name: 
World Wide Fund for Nature International- Tanzania Programme Office
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa
AMOUNT
US$17,720
DATES
Feb 2006
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Jul 2006
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa
AMOUNT
US$17,720
DATES
Feb 2006
-
Jul 2006

Undertake a socioeconomic study of villages between the Udzungwa Mountains National Park and the Uzungwa Scarp Forest Reserve. These data will be used to evaluate the most effective approaches required to improve conservation and reconnect these important forest blocks.

Strategic Direction: 1 Increase the ability of local populations to benefit from and contribute to biodiversity conservation, especially in and around Lower Tana River Forests; Taita Hills; East Usambaras/Tanga; Udzungwas; and Jozani Forest