We are currently working on initiatives that aim at improving rangeland conservation and reduce the vulnerability of pastoral systems, empowering more than 8000 pastoralist women through Marketplace Literacy courses and introducing culturally acceptable skills and technologies, improving trans boundary conservation of key wildlife areas in the Greater Kilimanjaro and the Natron-Nguruman ecosystems, and improving accessibility and management of water for people and livestock in Kiteto and Simanjiro Districts. We are also piloting women-led rangeland restoration in the Manyara-Tarangire corridor where degradation and competition for land are increasing.

We have engaged with the Ministry of Water Agency RUWASA to design a set of national guidelines that will improve the management of rural water systems, potentially benefitting tens of millions of citizens.

All our projects are designed to satisfy specific needs identified over the years through a participatory process and are developed using an integrated approach that encompasses scientific data collection and analysis, attention to cultural diversities, focus on skills development and local ownership.