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NEPSUS Blog

These blog entries are personal reflections on sustainability partnerships by the authors and do not constitute the official views of the NEPSUS project. This website is published in Denmark where the project is funded.

November 13, 2018

Since the inscription of the Selous Game Reserve into the UNESCO register of World Heritage in Danger in 2014 and increased anti-poaching measures, the number of elephants in nearby villages has drastically increased. Sadly, this success for wildlife conservation does...

May 14, 2018

In March 2018 I visited Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park (MBREMP) in Mtwara as part of a field research trip with the coastal working group of the NEPSUS project to carry out data collection. The trip was a memorable event in my career as it provided an opportunity...

April 19, 2018

‘We grow crops for elephants and eat what they leave after their feasts’, Juma, resident of Tapika village in Rufiji district

Recently, I was part of the NEPSUS survey team visiting households in villages adjacent to the Selous Game Reserve in Kilwa and Rufiji Districts...

January 24, 2018

Battling in the Rufiji Delta goes back to colonial times, when German cruiser SMS Königsberg and a group of British warships fought in the area during the First World War. The British ships were more powerful, but were unable to navigate the delta to open fire on the K...

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