Sunday, December 1, 2013

TANAPA Headquarters in Arusha visited by Princess of Saudi Arabia visit

Princess Haifa Bin AbdulAziz of Saudi Arabia (far left) inspired by the statue of the Father of Nation the late Mwalimu Julius Nyerere at the reception of the TANAPA Headquarters in Arusha.In the middle with black suit is the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to Tanzania H.E. Hani Mominah while TANAPA’s Public Relations Manager Pascal Shelutete (first right) is also looking on.
Princess Haifa signing a visitors book at the office of the Director General of TANAPA.
Princess Haifa (middle) in a talk with the Director General of TANAPA Allan Kijazi (far right) while the Ambassador Hani Mominah is paying attention.
Princess Haifa and her delegation in a discussion with the Management of TANAPA.
Princess Haifa Bin AbdulAzizi Mogrin of Saudi Arabia visited Tanzania National Parks Headquarters in Arusha yesterday and held talks with the Management of TANAPA regarding the forthcoming youth forum on Biodiversity Conservation Scheduled for January next year in Arusha.
The Princess who is the coordinator of the forum, discussed with TANAPA on how best the forum can be conducted. The main theme of the forum is “Construction and Implementation of the Regulatory Framework for Biodiversity Conservation” and will involve about 50 youths from both Tanzania and Saudi Arabia who will have an opportunity to interact and discuss on the future of biodiversity conservation in the two countries.

TANAPA has been appointed by the Government of Saudi Arabia to host the forum in Arusha.
The youth forum is an initiative by King Abdullah Bin Abdulazizi for dialogue among the forums worldwide under the program Saudi International Youth Dialogue Forums. These forums provide the platform for Saudi youth to interact with their peers from different countries, while adopting their creative initiatives and solutions under various themes.

The upcoming Saudi-­??Tanzania Youth Dialogue Forum (STYF) will include a delegation of Saudi Youth who will be visiting Tanzania to learn about and review, with their Tanzanian counterparts, the structural framework of various agencies or societies and their roles in addition to the implementation systems of regulatory framework for biodiversity conservation in the two countries.
The objective of the forum is to develop initiatives to ensure more effective conservation practices locally and globally.
On his side, Director General TANAPA Allan Kijazi said TANAPA will do everything possible to ensure that the forum will bear fruitful results.
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