WWF Tanzania is managing: SECAD project / CMS project / WWF Ruvuma Landscape all of which have transboundary aspects with TFCA

German Development Bank, Convention on Migratory Species.
Tanzania: Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Ruvuma Regional Commissioner, Tunduru District, Namtumbo District. Mozamabique: National administration of Conservation Areas. Niassa Province
1) To promote collaboration across borders to facilitate effective conservation and management of the NSTFCA including anti-poaching and tackling the Illegal Wildlife Trade. 2)Promote partnership in management of biological natural resources; 3) To improve the integrity of the ecosystem and natural ecological processes, standardizing procedures for environmental management across borders and striving to remove artificial barriers that impede natural wildlife movement. 4) To develop cross-border tourism as a way to promote regional socio-economic development; 5) Establish mechanisms to facilitate the exchange of technical, legal and scientific information for joint management of the ecosystem.

1) Diversify the community-based income generating activities

2)Support CBNRM in the WMAs

3) Support joint law-enforcement patrols

4) Support resource zone management plans

5) develop integrated development plan for TFCA

6)Develop integrated development plan for the selous-niassa wildlife corridor

7) undertaking ecological spatial modelling of the selous-niassa corridor

8) Demarcation of WMA boundaries in the Selous-Niassa Wildlife Corridor

Specific Area (Village, Town, District, Province): 
Tunduru District, Namtumbu District, Niassa Province
HQ of the Initiative: 
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
2020 to 2023
Is the timeframe likely to be extended?: 
Elaborate on likelihood to extend: 
This is a WWF priority area, therefore it is expected that WWF will continue to support the Selous-Niassa corridor
Thematic Focus: 
Agriculture, CC adaptation/mitigation, Community Livelihood Dev, HWC mitigation, Integrated Land Use Planning & Implementation, Policy & Leg frameworks, NR Protect & Mgt, Research, Tourism
1st Contact Name: 
Julian Easton
1st Contact Email: 
2nd Contact Name: 
Simon Lugandu
2nd Contact Email: