Wednesday 30 October 2019


A highly profile workshop  involving conservationists started early hours of  today morning  in Serengeti with a special agenda of developing an integrated water resources management plan for the  Tanzania’s world  famous Serengeti National  Park(SENAPA) . 

In his brief opening remarks, SENAPA Chief Park Warden  Senior Assistant Conservation  Commissioner  Masana Mwishawa underscored the importance of conserving water sources within and around the great Serengeti ecosystem. 
“We can cannot only conserve water sources that are available in the park but also we must conserve water sources found outside the park”, the chief park warden said.
Mara River is one of the key rivers that support wildlife conservation in the Serengeti ecosystem.

CES, a German consultancy firm is expected to present fresh study findings about the current situation of water at the Serengeti ecosystem during the long day workshop taking place at Seronera, the headquarters of SENAPA.

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