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Help Save The Maasai Tribe - PLEASE SIGN!!!
World  (tags: Tanzania, Maasai tribe, eviction )

Monica
- 394 days ago - takeaction.takepart.com
The Tanzanian government recently announced a renewed effort to evict the Maasai, one of Africa's oldest tribes, from their home. The Maasai people have been relocated and restricted gradually over the past 50 years by the Tanzanian government.
Stand With the Maasai ACTION
World  (tags: humanrights, Maasai, wildlife, animalwelfare, indigenous rights, Tanzania )

Nancy
- 502 days ago - avaaz.org
We are elders of the Maasai from Tanzania, one of Africa's oldest tribes. The government has just announced that it plans to kick thousands of our families off our lands so that wealthy tourists can use them to shoot lions and leopards. The evictions are
TAKE ACTION! Stop the Exploitation in the Mountains of Tanzania!
World  (tags: Tanzania, exploitation of resources, petition, africa )

Giana
- 518 days ago - rainforest-rescue.org
Ample natural resources in poor countries can more often be a curse than a blessing. Ruthless companies are coming and taking away these resources regardless of the environment and the local residents.
Please Act Against Saudi Hunting Corporation Evicting 48.000 Masai From Their Land
World  (tags: africa, hunting, wildlife, elephants, giraffes, rhino, masai, tanzania, saudi, serengueti, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', children, conflict, corruption, crime, ethics, Refugees&Relief, violence, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, endangered, habitatdestruction, wil )

Xil
- 656 days ago - act.watchdog.net
Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete is preparing to sign a deal with a big-game hunting corporation that would force 48,000 members of Africa's Maasai tribe into homelessness and destitution .More info in first comment. Please signa, note and share.
Stop the Serengeti Sell-Off ACTION
World  (tags: africa, maasai, lions, leopards, tanzania, humanrights, animalcruelty, wildanimals )

Nancy
- 738 days ago - avaaz.org
At any moment, a big-game hunting corporation could sign a deal which would force up to 48,000 members of Africa's famous Maasai tribe from their land to make way for wealthy Middle Eastern kings and princes to hunt lions and leopards.
Act Now: Stand With Farmers in Tanzania Against Land Grab ACTION
World  (tags: Tanzania, AgriSol Energy, gmo crops, world, health, environment )

Nancy
- 1036 days ago - org2.democracyinaction.org
Join Grassroots International and our allies in telling Bruce Rastetter and AgriSol and the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania that this plan is not a "socially responsbile agricultural investment" and that is will only hurt the country.
Serengeti on Road to Ruin, Scientists Warn
World  (tags: Serengeti, highway, wildlife, world, tanzania, environment, disaster )

Agnes
- 1427 days ago - edition.cnn.com
Plans to build a highway through Tanzania's Serengeti National Park will destroy one of the world's last great wildlife sanctuaries, a group of conservation experts has warned.
TANZANIA COMMITTED TO SELLING IVORY STOCKS
World  (tags: tanzania, ivory stockpiles, selling, kenya, elephants, slaughtered, tragedy )

Simone
- 1559 days ago - goallover.org
On Thursday Tanzania affirmed its determination to sell its 90-tonne ivory stockpile in a rejection of a suggestion from Kenya that the country burn the ivory instead.
Destroy Ivory to Curb Poaching, PM Urges Tanzania
World  (tags: prime minister, tanzania, african elephants, poaching, burn ivory stockpiles, elephant protection )

Simone
- 1565 days ago - nation.co.ke
Kenya Prime Minister Raila Odinga has urged neighbouring Tanzania to destroy its stockpiled ivory amounting to 90 tonnes to curb poaching. "I don't want to dictate to Tanzania to burn its ivory stockpiles but Kenya had burned its ivory stockpiles
Tanzania Refused Permission to Sell Ivory
World  (tags: tanzania, ivory trade, sell ivory haul, permission rejected cites, wildife poaching, elephants disappearing )

Simone
- 1611 days ago - rnw.nl
Tanzania has been refused permission to sell 80 tons of stockpiled ivory to Japan and China. Tanzania said it wanted to sell the stockpiles so it could build much-needed roads and schools. However CITES,
Pregnant Teen Forced Out of School
World  (tags: education, girls, pregnant, Tanzania, dropout, law, birth )

Naoko
- 1623 days ago - ipsnews.net
DAR-ES-SALAAM, Mar.10, 2010 (IPS) - pregnancy is the leading cause of dropouts for school girls in Tanzania. And a national law forbidding young mothers to return to school after giving birth did not make it any easier for them to continue their education
East Africa: Kenya and Tanzania Disagree on Ivory Trade
World  (tags: ivory trade, elephants, protection, kenya, tanzania, disagreeing )

Simone
- 1642 days ago - ethjournal.com
African elephants are classified in CITES Appendix I, in which trade is prohibited. Tanzania and Zambia have been lobbying for the elephant to be down-listed from Appendix I to Appendix II, which covers endangered species but in which limited
Witnesses Testify in Albino Trial
World  (tags: Tanzania, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', crime, death, violence, society )

Dee
- 1908 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Witnesses have testified in the case of 11 men in Burundi, accused of the attempted murder of albino people and selling of their body parts.
Zimbabwe: Politicide Warning, From Genocide Watch
World  (tags: Zimbabwe, Genocide Watch, politicide, political mass murder, Stage 6, preparation stage, Tanzania, African Union, Chair, intervention, AU troops )

LucyKalei
- 2246 days ago - sokwanele.com
ZANU-PF militias & mobs and Zim army & police have pushed Zimbabwe to Stage 6, the Preparation stage immediately preceding political mass murder. GenocideWatch calls on Tanzania, Chair of African Union, to inform Mugabe AU troops will intervene if...
UNHCR Operations Chief Upbeat About Burundian Refugees
World  (tags: world, burundi, tanzania, africa, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', Refugees&Relief )

Michael
- 2381 days ago - alertnet.org
The UN refugee agency's operations chief believes there is an end in sight to the problem of hundreds of thousands of Burundian refugees in Tanzania.Two African coutries actually working together to solve IDP problem
 

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