Association for the Development of Protected Areas
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AS A DRIVER OF DEVELOPMENT
ADAP contributes to improving the livelihoods of rural communities while preserving surrounding ecosystems through community-based natural resource management and sustainable activities like beekeeping.
- Assessment of biodiversity monitoring in Kululu Forest (Rungwa North Open Area) in 2021 and 2022
Discover now the results of the systematic camera trap monitoring of large and medium mammals in Kululu Forest (Tanzania) finalized in 2022, through a collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society.Read more
- New arrivals at ADAP Tanzania
ADAP is pleased to welcome three new staff members to the ADAP Tanzania team: Dr. Vincent Gerald Vyamana, Renico Kinemo, Andrew Mariki.Read more
- The mushroom harvest is in full swing!
In the Rungwa and Katavi forests, the rainy season is favorable to the development of mushrooms… and to their consumption!Read more