What impact have you had on your clients and the tourism sector?
Virtual tourism enables to resolve the frustration generated when visiting declared human patrimonies by the UNESCO, in a few days, without having the possibility to contact their people and know them in depth.
Project identification (From July 2009 to October 2010). Runing by Muruna-Tanzania in cooperation with Oxígeno and CBD-Habitat Fundations.
Selection of the first Scouts Muruna Team, made by the maasai, and first training activities. (From November 2010 to February 2011). Running by Muruna-Tanzania in cooperation with TRAGSA
Transform threatened wildlife in a resource for local population, that provides economic income and social prestige.
What will it take for your project to be successful over the next three years? Please address each year separately, if possible.
• Finance the settling of WiFi free coverage in the Ngoile and Oloirobi areas (Ngorongoro Tanzania)
• Training of 10 maasai scouts on nature conservation, tourism and comunication.
• Developing the friendships agreement between the villages of Ngoile, Tanzania, and Atapuerca, Spain, that have in hes territory the Paleontological sites of Olduvai (Ngorongoro) and Atapuerca, Burgos, in Spain.
• Developing the friendships agreement between the villages of Oloirobi, Tanzania, and Almonte, Spain, that have in hes territory the biodiversity hot spots of Ngorongoro crater and Donana(Spain).
Develop a maasai multimedia enterprise in the Ngorongoro area in association with the already set in Tararire/Arusha “Ormame Mass Media”, four drive hours far from Ngorongoro)
Spread the Muruna Project to the 200 km corridor between the Gol Mountain (Malambo and the Kilimanjaro (Moshi) going through the Longido region. The objective will be recover the bard vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) population and spread this pattern to the native population of the area.
What would prevent your project from being a success?
That the maasai dont obtain funds to continue.