Tanzanian Emmanuel Mtiti is director of the Jane Goodall Institute’s (JGI) Landscape-Scale Community-Centered Conservation Program in the Gombe-Masito-Ugalla area of western Tanzania. An experienced and knowledgeable program manager, Mtiti has successfully directed and managed a wide range of projects focused on natural resource management, conservation and health.
Over the last several weeks, the Jane Goodall Institute-USA headquarters has been in the process of moving to a brand new office.
Here's our new address:
1595 Spring Hill Road, Suite 550
Vienna, VA 22182
We're still in the process of getting ourselves unpacked. If you have questions or need to reach someone, please call our main line at 703.682.9220.
U.S. Ambassador Visits Environmental Conservation Projects in Kigoma Region and Commemorates Earth Day
See CHIMPANZEE opening week (April 20-26, 2012) and Disneynature will make a donation to the Jane Goodall Institute to protect chimpanzees today and tomorrow. Learn more about the “See CHIMPANZEE, Save Chimpanzees” conservation program.
Upcoming Web Chats Featuring Experts from the Jane Goodall Institute!
Water is one of the world’s most important natural resources. As such, the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is providing local people access to clean water by renovating contaminated water supplies, constructing wells, protecting natural springs, improving sanitation, and preserving valuable forest watersheds.
For centuries, medicinal plants used by traditional healers have been at the heart of health care in Tanzania. Today, this is largely because most of the population cannot afford the high price of imported drugs. Sadly, indigenous medical knowledge and the forests where many medicinal plants are found are disappearing at an alarming rate.