Zanzibar Resilience Response Programme
Tourism For All
Impact Assessment & Resilience
Response Activities following
Global Pandemic Crisis 2020
15 April 2020
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Zamani Zanzibar Resilience Response Programme
10 Point Response Activities following
Global Pandemic Crisis 2020 aimed at mitigating the impact in Zanzibar, helping to combat its effects and setting out key criteria in preparation for post Covid-19
Dhow Countries Music Academy
During this tough pandemic period, we present you with, Dhow Countries Music Academy teachers & students released a new music video #COVID19 relieve anthem song called "Mgeni Asiye na Kheri". DCMA stand together with the Government and peoples of Zanzibar and the whole world, united against the COVID-19 pandemic and, with your help, we will come out of this Global Pandemic stronger, prouder and ready to continue our cause as the musical ambassadors of Zanzibari culture, heritage and tradition.
Helping to Build a Brighter Sustainable Future
Zamani Development Network is an agency formed to improve socio-economic standards in the emerging economies of Africa and the Indian Ocean. We specialize in providing nations with a strategic roadmap where sustainable tourism can be the catalyst for change; creating jobs, stimulating economic growth, integrating communities alongside preservation of single identities and traditions, with equal access to opportunities, preservation of the environment and conservation of natural heritage and culture assets- where it can be the driver to eradicate poverty and boost shared prosperity.
Article: Wildlife conservation and protection of important ecosystems from the national parks in Kenya and Tanzania to the marine protected areas at the coast, faces a renewed crisis following the collapse of ecotourism during the Corona virus pandemic.
Several private Wildlife conservation organisations (see attached) that rely heavily on funding from tourism establishments (safari camps/lodges, beach resorts, water-sports and dive centres) will be forced to reduce staff or even shut down operations completely, after border closures and worldwide travel restrictions abruptly stopped millions of Dollars of tourism related income.
The economic consequences of the Covid-19 lockdown in many countries raise fears of a surge in poaching, deforestation for charcoal burning, illegal fishing in life sustaining ecosystems, with thousands of jobs lost or at risk in the tourism sector.
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND COVID-19
"Providing Capacity building to create local jobs and businesses, ensuring life long programmes working from the Grass Roots."
Hospitality and PPP Ventures
Our highly experienced team in Heritage Tourism and Conservation, who have worked on regeneration and conservation of UNESCO world Heritage Sites around the World, acted as Consultant for Heritage and Conservation for the University of Pisa, and Heading numerous large developments within Middle East, Asia, Africa and around the world.