European Union Election Observation Mission
Zimbabwe 2018

Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem Project (SEMA)

21/05/2020 - 22:40
Environment and Climate Action

The project is been implemented in two countries Kenya and Tanzania, to contribute to conservation of Serengeti-Mara transboundary ecosystems through empowering local communities to adopt sustainable livelihoods and enhancing regional cooperation.

Hamisi from SEMA project

Key Information

Sector: Natural Resource Management

Lead Partner: Vi Agroforestry

Other Partners: Tanzania: Bunda Farmers Development Support Organization (BUFADESO) and Kenya: Fintea Growers Co-operative Union Ltd (Fintea)

Budget: EUR 1,070,000

Duration: 2018 – 2020

PDF iconsema_eu_funded_project_factsheet.pdf

 

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