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Wildlife Conservation Society
Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been working in Tanzania for 50 years to help protect its unique global heritage. These services extend to training, research, monitoring, institutional support, education, and the gazettement and extension of National Parks and Nature Reserves.
WCS endeavours to engage key issues in its conservation work, all with a view to helping Tanzania conserve its extraordinary wildlife and environment. They become involved with community-based-initiatives that support long term survival and interity. Many of the challenges facing conservation include poverty, education, human and wildlife health, population growth, sustainable development pressures, land use planning, and technical and financial capacity.