The Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) was established in 1959 by Ordinance No. 413 as amended by the Game Parks Law of Tanzania (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act No. 14 of 1975. NCAA was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1979, as a natural property. In 2010, the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO inscribed NCAA as a mixed property on the World Heritage List. NCAA is also recognizedas a part of Serengeti-Ngorongoro Biosphere Reserve, under UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Program since 1981. NCAA is the most successful multiple land-use area managed in the world, where indigenous people (estimated at 87,000) are, so far, living harmoniously with wildlife. NCAA contains the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater (250 km2), which is the world’s largest unbroken caldera. It also contains the Oldupai Gorge, one of the world’s most important pre historic sites, where anthropologists Louis and Mary Leakey made many of their greatest discoveries. The conservation area also includes Empakai and Olmoti craters, and the highland forests, which form an important water-catchment for surrounding agricultural communities.
NEW VACANCY AT NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA AUTHORITY (NCAA), AUGUST 2022
On behalf of NCAA, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill one (1) vacant post. Read full details of this vacancy from the PDF Document attached below: