In 10 years, CARE and WWF envision landscapes in which ecosystems are thriving and rural Tanzanian households that depend on them are food secure, have high living standards and are active participants in governance processes that ensure that natural resources are sustainably managed.
CARE Tanzania seeks to recruit qualified Tanzanian for the position of MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING OFFICER for CARE-WWF ALLIANCE PROJECT BASED NACHINGWEA
CARE -WWF Alliance in Tanzania is implementing an inclusive conservation and development initiative in Southern Tanzania that promote pro- poor sustainable approaches to household economic development and the conservation of natural resources. This initiative builds on the long-term engagement of CARE-WWF Alliance in Northern Mozambique where it has successful integrated the coastal fisheries management practices and climate smart agriculture interventions. It also builds on the work done independently by CARE and WWF in Southern Tanzania on women empowerment in agriculture value chains and community based natural resources management initiatively respectively. The alliance aims to consolidate the work that has been done previously by CARE Tanzania (in Lindi and Mtwara) and WWF-TCO (Rufiji, Mafia, Kilwa, Tunduru etc.) and scale up the successful innovations through research, learning and policy engagement. Significant dynamics between livelihoods and the conservation of natural resources and ecosystems provide a unique opportunity for CARE and WWF to make a different towards delivering resilient and diversified livelihoods with sound conservation of natural resources. The project have been implemented in four villages of Nachingwea District Council, with possibly of expansion in more three villages in the next two years from July 2017 to June 2019.