Association for the Development of Protected Areas

BY TURNING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION INTO A DRIVER OF DEVELOPMENT,

ADAP contributes 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.

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  • ADAP and WCS are joining forces

    ADAP is the recipient of a sub-award from the Wildlife Conservation Society to support the development and modernization of the beekeeping sector and to implement an ecological monitoring with camera traps as part of the Ruaha-Katavi Landscape Program.

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  • Forest surveys to measure the impact of our projects

    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.

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  • Summary of the results of our 18-year project

    Discover the infography our Mlele beekeeping zone project from 2002 to 2020, Mlele District, Tanzania.

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