Training Scholarships Available for Students in Developing Countries to Attend SCB Section Meetings.

Training Scholarships Available for Students in Developing Countries to Attend SCB Section Meetings   A new opportunity is available for students in developing countries to boost their training in conservation science and attend an SCB Section meeting this July/August.   Scholarships of up to $2,000 USD are available for qualifying students to attend a pre-congress …

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Happy christmas!

Dear supporters and friends – Happy Christmas! 2013 has been a busy year filled with a range of activities: In November and December CRC together with external partners arranged training on Distance, GIS and statistics, focussing on open-source (free!) software to help conservation students and researchers. Many members were present at the bi-annual TAWIRI conference …

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New offices for CRC at the Anglican church

As the managing director of Tanzania Conservation ResourceCentre I am pleased to announce the new offices for CRC. As of the 1st of September 2012 we are now in new offices at the Anglican Church compound (link to map). Entering the gate you will have the church on your right hand side. Straight ahead you …

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CRC update – How is Elvis doing?

CRC has a minor update this week. We can report that TAWIRI had a meeting the 17th of February. COSTECH is planning to have a meeting in mid March. For those of you following the Chile2Kili travel blog of Elvis Munis the good news is that he finally succeeded in getting a VISA for Chile. …

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New CRC office

The CRC office which used to be at Sopa Plaza is now moving to new location on 3rd October 2011. New Location: At the impala roundabout take Njiro road just before cinema/Njiro complex there is a rough road on the right drive for about 500 meters you will see Sunpark estate on your left opposite …

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Increase in immigration fees

To all our members: I would like to inform you the Residence Class C fee has increased from $120 to $550 effectively from today 11th July 2011. See the Tanzanian Immigration website page on permits here.