Environmental Education

Honeyguide has seen how young people can become educated about environmental issues and then aspire to work in conservation-related fields. Every year, we offer dozens of opportunities for students and recent graduates to receive on-site training and paid internships, and for our own staff to pursue additional educational opportunities. For communities, we also operate our Mobile Cinema Unit, which produces educational films about local natural resource management issues and screens them everywhere imaginable in communities.

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Mobile Cinema

Our Mobile Cinema Unit produces educational films about local natural resource management issues. The unit’s first 18-month tour of screenings and educational events around the Enduimet WMA reached an audience of 27,000. The unit primarily screened a Honeyguide-produced documentary focused on conservation issues and on the mission, objectives and structures of the Enduimet WMA itself. Honeyguide has also produced a training film on human-wildlife conflict prevention jointly with Tanzania People & Wildlife and the Kilimanjaro Film Institute, as funded by the USAID East Africa PREPARED Project. Honeyguide has many films in the works to continue to educate and empower communities to manage their resources and strengthen their livelihoods.

The Team that Brings you the Movies

Honeyguide has seen how young people can become educated about environmental issues and then aspire to work in conservation-related fields. Every year, we offer dozens of opportunities for students and recent graduates to receive on-site training and paid internships, and for our own staff to pursue additional educational opportunities. For communities, we also operate our Mobile Cinema Unit, which produces educational films about local natural resource management issues and screens them everywhere imaginable in communities.

Environmental Education News

Film in the Making to Raise Community Awareness of Human Wildlife Conflict

May 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

A film is in the making;  a gripping story is about to be released at the nearby villages of Randilen and Burunge WMAs. The short film expected to be launched on mid-June 2016 by the Honeyguides

March for Elephants on Nyerere Day

October 17th, 2014|Comments Off on March for Elephants on Nyerere Day

On a misty cool morning, among hundreds of supporters, Honeyguide Foundation celebrated Nyerere Day by joining the Elephant March through Arusha. The peaceful protest called for an end to the international trade in ivory and

Cinema Beside the Wild

November 29th, 2013|Comments Off on Cinema Beside the Wild

At dusk, the MC fired up the film projector and let the music blast from two portable speakers. It had been market day in Lerangwa Village, and shoppers and revelers soon gathered around the projector,