NAKOPA II

The big kapok tree in the botanical garden of Zanzibar.
Photo: Uwe Scharf
The big kapok tree in the botanical garden of Zanzibar.

Customer:

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development

Operational time:

2018 - 2020

Project description:

Sustainable neighborhood development to improve municipal services in Kikwajuni and Kilimani, Zanzibar (BMZ/global commitment)

Cooperation project with the state capital Potsdam, Climate Coordination Office

The objective of the project is to develop and improve open space design in the residential quarter of Kikwajuni and in the (former) botanical garden of Kilimani. For this purpose, the responsible persons on site as well as volunteers are supported and accompanied by experts. GIS-supported surveys and planning, participation processes and technical solutions are guided and coordinated by the landscape management working group. The concrete implementation is carried out by the partners in Zanzibar. In addition to the Working Group Landscape Management, the Botanical Garden of the University of Potsdam, Dr. Michael Burkart, is involved in the project.

The big kapok tree in the botanical garden of Zanzibar.
Photo: Uwe Scharf
The big kapok tree in the botanical garden of Zanzibar.