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Serengeti-North Luangwa Ecosystem Project



The Serengeti-North Luangwa Ecosystem Management Project was a 5-year integrated conservation, development and landscape management initiative jointly implemented and financed by the Frankfurt Zoological Society and the European Commission. Project activities focused on the practical application of the Approach's five operational guidelines: establishing inter-sectoral ecosystem cooperation mechanisms; improving understanding of ecosystem processes and functions; decentralising management to local institutions; improving benefits and incentives for local stakeholders; and introducing adaptive management systems. LTS provided process support to the project in terms of technical direction, strategic and operational planning, and monitoring and evaluation. The action helped strengthen policy and practice, building a central role for local communities in ecosystem management and, ultimately, helping ensure that key African ecosystems provide lasting conservation and livelihood benefits.

Clients:
Frankfurt Zoological Society

Services:
Ecosystems

Geography:
Tanzania

Date:
2006 - 2007

Keywords:
M&E, monitoring, evaluation, technical assistance, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa, Ecosystems, Serengeti