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Intern - Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)

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Sectors Water, Hydrology & Marine Ecology
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Type Temporary / Contract / Seasonal
Status Full Time
Level Voluntary & Interns
Deadline 25/06/2019
Company Name IUCN
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IMPORTANT:  This Advertiser has requested that applicants MUST be National Residents / Valid Work Permit-holders.  Other applicants need not apply.

 

THIS INTERN-POSITION IS OPEN ONLY TO TANZANIA NATIONALS OR THOSE WITH THE RIGHT TO WORK IN TANZANIA ON LOCAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT.

IUCN Tanzania is seeking a motivated Intern to support the implementation of the Forest component of the PLUS and RESUPPLY Projects.

The Stabilizing Land Use Project is being implemented in Tanzania, DR Congo, Ghana and Uganda. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) of the German Government for a period of 3 years (2017-2020) and it is aimed at demonstrating the benefits of conservation and efficient land use in targeted landscapes in the project countries through better use of Protected Area categories V and VI models (or other appropriate conservation mechanisms); facilitate alignment with and integration of project outcomes. The programme will build on existing initiatives to facilitate conservation of biodiversity and forest ecosystems at different levels in each country. Lessons and knowledge capturing and dissemination will be mainstreamed in the implementation process. In Tanzania, the project is being implemented in the Kilombero Valley in partnership with the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and linked effectively to IUCN’s SUSTAIN-Africa programme.

Restoration in supply chains (RESUPPLY), is a project developed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) funded by the German Ministry for the Environment that will determine landscape restoration opportunities, costs and benefits in three supply chains in three different landscapes in Tanzania, Ghana and Peru. The assessment will be undertaken jointly between the companies and IUCN (and local partners) with regular input from the smallholders’ suppliers, and other stakeholders when relevant, over a period of 18 months. The project will use the Restoration Opportunity Assessment Methodology (ROAM) in the commodity supply chain. Applying ROAM will help companies, smallholders, local communities, and NGOs understand: restoration needs; which areas are suitable for restoration; which interventions best meet multiple needs; and what public and private financing is required to advance restoration actions. In Tanzania, the project is being implemented in the Kilombero Valley in partnership with the Kilombero Sugar Company (KSC) and African Wildlife Foundation (AWF).
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