Association for the Development of Protected Areas
BY TURNING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION INTO A DRIVER OF DEVELOPMENT,
ADAP is contributing to the improvement of the livelihoods of many rural communities while preserving surrounding ecosystems through community-based natural resource management and sustainable activities such as beekeeping.
- News from the wildlife monitoring in Tanzania
Forests and people: when communities conserve Red Listed species. First results from the camera traps monitoring in 2019.Read more
- Forest management in Mlele BKZ: which results?
In 2018, Dr Urs Bloesch conducted an inventory of the vegetation in the Mlele Beekeeping Zone. The objective of the study was first to detect possible changes in vegetation since a previous survey dated of 2004, but also to assess the current stages of the vegetation and emerging threats.Read more
- Inyonga’s project broadcasted on Léman Bleu
Highlights on ADAP and its project to support local communities in Inyonga. Broadcasted on Léman Bleu on January 7, 2019.Read more