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Wildlife Conservation (Dangerous Animals Damage Consolation) Regulations, 2011 (G.N No. 146 of 2011).

United Republic of Tanzania
Document type
Agricultural & rural development, Cultivated plants, Wild species & ecosystems
Financial agricultural measures Liability/compensation Plant production Dangerous animal/harmful animal
Geographical area
Africa, Eastern Africa, Least Developed Countries

These Regulations provide with respect to compensation of damage caused by dangerous animals, i.e. animals specified in the Third Schedule to these Regulations. Any person who has suffered damage or destruction of his crops or livestock caused by a dangerous animal as prescribed under these Regulations shall, upon application and determination be eligible for consolation. All applications for consolation under these Regulations shall be made to the Director of Wildlife in the form set out in First and Second Schedules to these Regulations within seven days and be verified by a Wildlife Officer, Agricultural or livestock Officer, Village Executive Officer or Ward Executive Officer, two independent witnesses within the area and the case of human injury or death, a medical practitioner of a rank of clinical officer and above. No payment shall be made if certain circumstances occur or certain conditions exist or are not fulfilled. Appeal against decisions of the Director may be had with the Minister responsible for Wildlife

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References - Legislation


Wildlife Conservation Act (No. 5 of 2009).

Legislation | United Republic of Tanzania | 2009

Keyword: Inland waters, Traditional knowledge/indigenous knowledge, Wetlands, Ecosystem preservation, Basic legislation, Management/conservation, Biodiversity, Institution, Hunting/capture, Hunting authorization/permit, Wild fauna, Protected area, Ranching/captive breeding, National parks, Wildlife products, Special fund, Registration, Dangerous animal/harmful animal, Offences/penalties, Protection of species, Grazing, Access and benefit-sharing