Nature Tanzania is an independent membership national conservation NGO in Tanzania, with its offices located at TEMDO Njiro road Arusha Tanzania. The organization is under the Non-Governmental Organizations Act, 2002 to operate in Tanzania mainland. It is guided by a constitution, a five year strategy 2017 – 2022 and a five year business plan. It is governed by an independent board of directors and an Annual General Meeting (AGM). Being a membership NGO, our members are our strength.
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