Wildlife Conservation and Policy Specialist/Coordinator, Vi Agroforestry, Mwanza 112 views


Vi Agroforestry is recruiting a Wildlife Conservation and Policy Specialist/Coordinator

SEMA – Serengeti Mara Ecosystem Project

Mwanza, Tanzania


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SEMA Policy Specialist/Coordinator

About Vi Agroforestry

Vi Agroforestry is a Swedish NGO, improving livelihoods of small-holder farmer families through agroforestry and sustainable agriculture land management. The organization has been working in the East Africa region for over 30 years. Vi Agroforestry has reached 1.8 million people and helped planting over 100 million trees. The foundation of Vi Agroforestry’s work is sustainable agriculture and agroforestry. It provides increased access to food, access to sustainable energy sources and more income. Sustainable agriculture contributes to the mitigation of climate change.

The SEMA-project:

The project objective is to conserve the Mara-Serengeti transboundary ecosystems through empowering local communities to adopt sustainable and diversified livelihoods and to promote regional dialogue, cooperation and community involvement in wildlife law enforcement and management. The Wildlife Conservation and Policy Specialist/Coordinator will have the overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning and implementation of the project including responsibility for the regional dialogue, cooperation and community involvement.

For detailed terms of reference and how to apply visit

Deadline for application is 22 of March 2018 not later than 4.30pm

If you meet the set Cr.iena, please send your application Letter and CV.

Vi Agroforestry is an equal opportunity employer and canvassing is prohibited.

Source: The Guardian March 12, 2018

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