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ImageTanzania Conservation Resource Centre.

The Tanzania Conservation Resource Centre is a non-profit organization which supports researchers and students working in natural resource issues in Tanzania. We have a resource centre in Arusha providing services and information to anyone involved in research and natural resource conservation.

CRC has an office behind the AICC Hospital, on a road opposite the Kibo Palace Hotel. Click here for the map to the office.

CRC is registered as a non-profit organization in Tanzania and in the United States. We rely on contributions from our members as well as in-kind and cash donations from supporting individuals and organizations both locally and internationally.

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Research in Tanzania

Tanzania presents some excellent opportunities for research in many fields. It is important to understand all the procedures required to obtain permission to live and work in Tanzania – have a look at our overview of research application procedures.

CRC member services:

The Centre offers a place to work for members (including Internet and printing facilities), hosts training programmes, and assists researchers in applying for their research permits.

Library & Information

  • Electronic and paper journal articles
  • Maps
  • GIS data and information
  • ‘How-to’ information on administrative issues in Tanzania.
  • Facilitation of research permit applications & immigration issues

Office Services for visiting & resident researchers and students

  • Computer access
  • Printing, copying & scanning
  • Internet access
Training

  • Online journal access and searching.
  • GIS application and development;
  • R statistical applications;
  • Wildlife survey methods.

 

Karibu to Tanzania Conservation Resource Centre.

3 Comments

  1. My name is Richard White and I am an Environmental Science student from the United States. I will be traveling to Tanzania for a month beginning February 20 with the purpose of studying land conservation platforms as they are employed in the Arusha area. The prospect of being involved with the Tanzania Conservation Resource Centre is very exciting as I feel it would greatly enrich my research experience. I am particularly interested in networking with conservation NGOs and speaking with employees at the Tanzania National Parks Office to better understand their varying approaches to land and wildlife protection.

    If you could let me know how to go about getting involved with your organization I would be very appreciative. Thank you!

    • Hi Richard – this made me realise we don’t have our contact details on the webpage! Putting them up now and look forward to hearing from you.

    • …and it’s just to meet up at the offices. Or you could send Dassa an email beforehand and have her arrange for a taxi to pick you up (at your expense 🙂 ). You are of course also welcome to write an email with mroe details on your project so that we can give you more focused advices.

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