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Title:The Serengeti: an example of successful development through conservation made possible by North-South partnership
Author:Wolanski, EricISNI
Year:2004
Periodical:Bulletin des sťances = Mededelingen der zittingen
Volume:50
Issue:3
Pages:261-269
Language:English
Geographic terms:Tanzania
Germany
Subjects:development cooperation
tourism
nature conservation
ecosystems
Abstract:The partnership between Tanzania and the Frankfurt Zoological Society, a German NGO, in saving and managing the Serengeti ecosystem has been a major socioeconomic success. The Serengeti is now supporting about 40 percent of the tourism industry in Tanzania and 25 percent of the foreign income of Tanzania. The Serengeti tourism industry supports the direct employment of about 50,000 people in Tanzanian tourism industry. Furthermore, the revenues from the park help support human development in the buffer zones around the park. This also directly benefits at least 50,000 impoverished, local people. Their increased prosperity also helps to restore and maintain law and order, and this further attracts local investment and development and contributes to poverty alleviation. Bibliogr., sum. in English, French and Dutch. [Journal abstract]
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