Help sustain and conserve biodiversity, wilderness, habitats and ecological processes through actions that benefit nature and communities.
For Tanzania to be a country where the value of its natural resources and its benefits are understood and upheld by all, and for best practice management principles to be applied in conserving natural resources in an ethical manner in all the areas where we work internationally.
Goals (2015 to 2020)
- Play a leading role in the effective protection of elephants and in addressing illegal wildlife trade
- Build capacity of rangers in the areas of our influence
- Help ensure appropriate management of conservation areas in Tanzania
- Play a leading role towards helping improve management effectiveness of protected areas
- Improve the effective functioning and conservation status of the Ruvuma Wilderness Transboundary Conservation Area
- Provide an expert support role in the management of invasive alien species in Tanzania, as and where possible
For an overview of the PAMS Foundation’s work, download our pdf document here.
Are you wondering where our name comes from? – PAMS is not an acronym, but it does originate from our vision to provide Protected Area Management Support