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Group of men standing outside a building, facing camera.
Mount Hanang Nature Forest Reserve Biodiversity Survey launch day on 13 March 2015 where 12 people from Nature Forest Reserves attended hands-on training on how to conduct a biodiversity survey.
© William Kindeketa
Upgrade Biodiversity Importance Status of Mount Hanang KBA in Tanzania
Grantee Name: 
Missouri Botanical Garden
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
AMOUNT
US$14,758
DATES
Jul 2016
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Oct 2018
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
AMOUNT
US$14,758
DATES
Jul 2016
-
Oct 2018

Work with the Tanzanian Botanical Research and Conservation programme, Wildthings Ecology, the Tanzania Forest Services and World Conservation Monitoring Center to upgrade the biological priority status of the Mt. Hanang Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA) in Tanzania (currently with a biological priority status of 4). Research plants, primates, large and small mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds. The project will look at trends, threats and management effectiveness and will feed results into a new management plan of the KBA.

Strategic Direction: 2 Improve the protection and management of the KBA network throughout the hotspot.