Tanzania

Another Foodie Blog Entry

Latin Name: Vitex fischeri

Local Name:  Mpapa

 

Mpapa trees grow in the valleys and lower slopes of Gombe National Park in Tanzania. The trees are tall, up to 70 feet high, and typically possess one straight trunk. The fruiting season usually takes place between late March and the end of April. During a good year, mpapa is one of the most important chimpanzee foods.

 

JGI's Mary Mavanza on Voice of America's "In Focus"

JGI's Mary Mavanza recently appeared on Voice of America's "In Focus" to discuss the Institute's work with women and communities in Africa.

Footage coutesy of Voice of America.

 

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