The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
Its up to us to protect nature's biodiversity
From huge expanses of Acacia trees to ancient Baobab trees, forests and woodlands cover more than half of Tanzania’s rugged landscape. In this East African nation, forests help fuel the national economy and provide sanctuary for the country’s abundant wildlife.
Tanzania is home to one of the largest tree covers in the world. Although forests and wooded areas cover over 48 million hectares of land, but wood remains the main source of fuel for Tanzanians, even in urban areas and this puts the forests at a risk
We aim to achieve our vision for forests by Increasing protected areas and bringing more forests under improved management, Halting deforestation, particularly in deforestation fronts and Restoring degraded forest landscapes
We are working with the Tanzania Government to restore 5.2 million hectares of deforested land as part of the AFR100 initiative
A Trillion Trees by 2050 is One of the largest societal priorities of the 21st century
Forests have a very important role to play in Tanzania's economy, the country's forests contain such a high level of biologically diverse resources that Tanzania is one of the richest countries in terms of biodiversity in the world and among the 12 most diverse countries. We need every one of us to take responsibility and protect Tanzania's rich biodiversity. You can start by planting a tree today