Making People and Wildlife Interdependent
Where we work
Honeyguide focuses on large landscapes that serve as dispersal areas and critical migratory routes for wildlife in northern Tanzania. With 60 percent of wildlife in Tanzania living outside of national parks at any given time, protection of community lands, which are increasingly being designated as Wildlife Management Areas, is necessary and pressing for protecting Tanzania’s breathtaking biodiversity. It is in these community conservation areas where Honeyguide, in partnership with the Tanzanian government and other like-minded organizations, supports initiatives that will result in sustainable outcomes.
Our Impact 2020
View our report below from our work in 2020 ; flip through our photographs, opinions, results in our 2020 Impact report.
Reflections of 2020
Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021
Honeyguide envisions a Tanzania in which people and wildlife benefit from each other’s presence. We believe this can be achieved by:
- Reducing the costs of wildlife to local people
- Developing nature-based enterprises that increase the benefits of wildlife
- Working with communities to protect wildlife from illegal use
- Supporting the development of capable management and governance
- Improving local attitudes and awareness about wildlife and conservation
Read our Strategic Plan to see what steps we plan to take over the next five years to advance these programmatic goals.