Moshi Photos

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After the jump: photos from the last two working days in Moshi. – Bryan

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Above: the nursery of the government forest plantation in West Kilimanjaro.

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Above: Beehives in the cachement forest near the plantation, which are being used as an income generating activity for local communities.

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The edge of the forestry reserve.

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A community meeting in Hai district to elect a new water governance board.  The water project in the area is sustainable and will satisfy the entire community even with future effects of global warming.

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Mr. Marandu, chief engineer in the Hai water project.

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Above: A pump/collection site in Hai.

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1 Response to “Moshi Photos”


  1. 1 kalaghe July 14, 2007 at 8:44 pm

    The aim of Mt Kilimanjaro Landscape Conservation Project is to Improve conservation and restoration of biodiversity in the greater Mt. Kilimanjaro ecosystem through the sustainable integration of livelihood development and natural resource management


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Summer ’07

This June, the Columbia team will travel to Tanzania, where we will study two Africare-partnered organizations. The Community-Based Orphan Care, Protection and Empowerment (COPE) Project seeks to increase the community's ability to provide support and care for vulnerable children. The Kilimanjaro Landscape Conservation Partnership (KLCPP) aims to preserve both the communities of Kilimanjaro and its natural attributes.

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