Beekeeping Training Institute-Tabora

Beekeeping Training Institute-Tabora (BTI) is government owned institution under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism established in 1978. BTI is among the Institutes in SADC Region, East, Central, West African countries and across the world that offer Beekeeping Training for technical cadre at certificate and diploma levels as well as short courses and consultancies in all environmental related fields. The Institute is registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) with registration number REG/ANE/035…

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Forest Training Institute (FTI) Olmotonyi

Forestry Training Institute (FTI) Olmotonyi is government owned organization under Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT) established in 1937 as a Forestry Training School. Since its establishment and particularly from the 1980s the Institute has grown in both size and quality. Its services have reached many countries in Eastern, Western, Central and Southern Africa. The Institute is registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) with registration number REG/ANE/007 and has been granted full accreditation…

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National Museums of Tanzania (NMT)

The National Museum of Tanzania is a consortium of five Tanzanian museums whose purpose is to preserve and show exhibits about the history and natural environment of Tanzania. The consortium developed from the National Museum of Dar es Salaam, established in 1934 by Tanganyika governor Harold MacMichael. Four more museums later joined the consortium, namely the Village Museum in Dar es Salaam, the National History Museum and the Arusha Declaration Museum in Arusha, and the Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere Memorial Museum in Butiama.

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Tanzania Forest Fund (TaFF)

Tanzania Forest Fund is a Conservation Trust Fund established as a mechanism to provide long term reliable and sustainable financial support to forest conservation and Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) in the country. The Fund is a Public Fund which was made operational in July 2011 as a Not-for-Profit organization governed by a Board of Trustees.

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Tanzania Forest Services Agency (TFS)

TFS has been given the mandate for the management of national forest reserves (natural and plantations), bee reserves and forest and bee resources on general lands. TFS as an Executive Agency will enhance the management and conservation of forest and bee resources for sustainable supply of quality forest and bee products and services. The Forest and Beekeeping Division will remain with the responsibilities of development of the forest policy, laws and regulations and overseeing their implementation in the sector.

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Forest Industries Training Institute (FITI)

The strategic planning team reviewed the FITI Vision statement with a view of making it motivating, energizing, memorable and providing a realistic future direction consistent with MNRT vision.

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Pasiansi Wildlife Training Institute (PWTI)

The Institute was established in 1966 as a game scouts training centre. By then, the name of the Institute was Natural Resources Institute (NRI). The overall objective of establishing NRI was to provide training to game scouts for the then Department of Game. Up to mid 1970’s, the basic roles of game scouts were to control problem animals and undertake anti poaching activities. The responsibilities of a game scout kept on changing in line with the changing objectives of wildlife conservation in Tanzania.

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College of Wildlife Management (CAWN) Mweka

College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka (CAWM) was established on 24th June 1963. Since its establishment, 50 years ago, the College has celebrated significant achievements. It is the only institution in Tanzania to be awarded the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) International Sasakawa Environment Prize. This prize is given to laureates with a proven record of achievement in the sector of environment, and has the potential to make outstanding contributions to the environment consistent with UNEP's policy and…

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