PROTS has complied with the system of High Learning Institutions - requiring students to do projects for presentation before graduation. Below are the projects already identified and being done by students.
More projects will be identified and added on the list to give students a wide variety of choice.
1. PROJECT KILIMANJARO - Format.
A student is required to compile information from different sources and compile them in the following format:
Distances and Duration:
· Cultivation Zone. · Forest. · Moorland. · High Desert. · Summit.
· Fitness: · Water. · Acclimatization. · Packing. · Hiking pace,
· Clothing. · Tents. · Headlamps. · Thermal Flask. · Snacks. · Moist Wipes.
· Sunglasses. · Sun screen. · Camera. · Other Essentials.
· Hands. · Feet. · Face. · Head.
Mountain Meals & Menu:
· Machame. · Umbwe. · Mweka. · Marangu.
- Animals. Birds. Plants. Invertebrates.
Environmental Conservation Activities:
Other Travel Info:
2. Animals or Birds Comprehensive Details Project.
Animal Details: A student is required to compile all the direct information about the animal. Names, Measurements, Habitats, Habits, etc. Most important he must have interesting adaptations on Reproduction and Avoiding predation; that he may comment to the tourist during the safari.
3. Cats Project.
Cats: Most tourists are interested in cats.
The student is required to compile details on the most interesting hunting techniques and reproduction strategies.
Field Options: National parks.
4. Cultural Tourism Project.
Cultural Tourism Program.
This kind of tourism product is gaining attention and promotion. The student is required to document the details of the areas where the CTP product is available, i.e. attractions, facilities, how to get there, costs and contacts.
Field Options: Visit CTP modules in Villages.
Registration: None. (new)
5. Documentary Hi-Lites Project.
One of the most interesting project. It requires a student to watch as many Wildlife Documentaries as possible and quote only the most amazing adaptation of wildlife.
Registration: Bornicausen Mrema.
6. Tanzania History Project.
Format not yet ready.
7. Maasai Culture Project.
Maasai Culture: Format Not yet ready.
8. Ngorongoro Conservation Area Project:
Ngorongoro Conservation Area:
The student is required to compile comprehensive details following this format:
Peoples and Culture:
Famous People & Their Activities:
Ngorongoro Crater. Olmoti Crater; Empakaai Crater;
Highlands Forest Reserve:
Any Other interesting details.
9. Photographic Commentaries Project:
A very interesting project that requires a student to collect as many different cut-pictures as possible.
Read through our lectures and library sources.
he then select the best interesting and most fitting lines from there and write them along the photo.
This means that he will be able to give such commentaries once he encounters such sightings.
10. Primates Project.
Format: Not yet ready.
11. Swahili Project:
Format: Not yet ready.
12. Tanzania National Parks & Other Protected Areas Project:
13. Tracks & Signs of the Wild Project:
14. Zanzibar & Pemba (Spice Islands) Project:
More projects will be designed and provided to students to give them enough variety.