The more biodiversity, the better the society!

Tanzania’s rich biodiversity positions the country as one of the mega-biodiversity hotspots in the world. The coastal and Eastern Afromontane are of special interest to conservation, research, and development. The remarkable range of ecosystems from coastal to Afromontane creates an array of species diversity and interactions.


Reforest students and instructors at Amani Nature Reserve – Mbomole view (1050 m.a.s.l) (photo credit: Alberto Manhica)

Sokoine University of Agriculture organized the “Ecosystem and Biodiversity” field excursion for the Forest Science PhD students from 19th – 23rd May 2021 to the coastal region of Tanga and the Afromontane region of Kilimanjaro Mountain. The aim was to expose students to various ecosystems and biodiversity therein.

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