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  • Western Tanzania has some of the highest fertility rates in Africa.
  • The Conservancy and Pathfinder are working together to integrate conservation and human health.
  • To travel between villages along Lake Tanganyika, you take a boat.
  • A side trip to Ethiopia reveals a situation we want to avoid in Tanzania: overcrowded villagers farming even in Simien National Park, home to the endangered gelada baboon.
  • Communities around Lake Tanganyika depend on fishing for survival.
  • Children represent hope for a healthy Mahale ecosystem far into the future.
Mahale and Lake Tanganyika
David Banks Shares Scenes from Tanzania

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