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Border Life: The Clash between Wildlife Conservation and Rural Poverty
Border Life: The Clash between Wildlife Conservation and Rural Poverty
Wildlife and poverty in Tanzania
Wildlife and poverty in Tanzania
Rural Poverty
Rural Poverty
Private Wildlife Conservation
Private Wildlife Conservation
Tanzania
Tanzania
West Kilimanjaro Region
West Kilimanjaro Region
Miti Mirefu
Miti Mirefu
Ndarakwai Ranch
Ndarakwai Ranch
How does living next to Ndarakwai Ranch affect the individual
How does living next to Ndarakwai Ranch affect the individual
Methods
Methods
Disadvantages of Living next to Ndarakwai
Disadvantages of Living next to Ndarakwai
Varying Amounts Crop Damage
Varying Amounts Crop Damage
Advantages of Living next to Ndarakwai
Advantages of Living next to Ndarakwai
Mutual Coexistence
Mutual Coexistence
Future Research
Future Research
References
References

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1 Border Life: The Clash between Wildlife Conservation and Rural Poverty

Border Life: The Clash between Wildlife Conservation and Rural Poverty

Presentation for the Transboundary Protected Area Research Initiative May 12, 2004 Abbie Harris

2 Wildlife and poverty in Tanzania

Wildlife and poverty in Tanzania

Tanzania holds diverse flora and fauna and has one of the greatest concentrations of large mammals in the world (Department of Wildlife 1996). About 25 percent of the land in Tanzania is protected area (Neumann 1998). Tanzania has a GNP of $170 per capita (US dollars) which places the country within the lowest ten GNP’s in the world (World Bank Group 2003).

3 Rural Poverty

Rural Poverty

Chambers describes five disadvantages that create a integrated web of poverty: Material Poorness Physical Weakness Isolation Vulnerability Powerlessness

4 Private Wildlife Conservation

Private Wildlife Conservation

Rising trend in African wildlife conservation Economic means: photographic tourism hunting tourism international donors private wealth wildlife cropping live capture sales Difficulty for private conservation in Tanzania

5 Tanzania

Tanzania

6 West Kilimanjaro Region

West Kilimanjaro Region

7 Miti Mirefu

Miti Mirefu

Agricultural livelihoods Intertropical Convergence Zone creates unpredictable bimodal rainfall Presence of wildlife Rapid population growth in the area Not established as a village

8 Ndarakwai Ranch

Ndarakwai Ranch

10,000 acres of privately leased land area, began in 1995 Owner established a private anti poaching staff and limited human use in the area Revenue from luxury camping, film companies, and scientific researchers Increase in wildlife since the introduction of the ranch

9 How does living next to Ndarakwai Ranch affect the individual

How does living next to Ndarakwai Ranch affect the individual

households of Miti Mirefu?

Primary Research Question

10 Methods

Methods

Conducted interviews 72 agricultural farmers Ndarakwai Ranch owner Ndarakwai Ranch manager Local ecologist Participant Observation Secondary Literature

11 Disadvantages of Living next to Ndarakwai

Disadvantages of Living next to Ndarakwai

12 Varying Amounts Crop Damage

Varying Amounts Crop Damage

13 Advantages of Living next to Ndarakwai

Advantages of Living next to Ndarakwai

Short and long term employment Transportation to hospital and market Occasional donations

14 Mutual Coexistence

Mutual Coexistence

Relationship with Ranch is specific to household More disadvantages than advantages for majority of households Technical changes: fence building, crop compensation, changing of crop production Socio-political changes: economic partnership between community and Ranch, establishment of Wildlife Management Area

15 Future Research

Future Research

Examining crop damage through scientific observation in addition to interviews Scrutinizing the existing civil society and research the means to strengthen the community Looking at the potential for Wildlife Management Areas to create a better relationship

16 References

References

Chambers, R. (1983). Rural development: Putting the last first. Essex, England: Longman House. Department of Wildlife. (1996). Policy for Wildlife Conservation. Dar Es Salaam: Tanzania: Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. Neumann, R. (1998). Imposing Wilderness. Berkeley: University of California Press. World Bank Group. (2003). Gross National Product. Washington DC: The World Bank Group. Retrieved October 3, 2003 from http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/psd/compete.nsf/7349593d593389e88 525648f00641829?OpenView&Start=117

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