PASTORALIST PROGRAMME - LEARNING AND CLOSURE EVENT

                                                                     

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“Pastoralists’ rights advancement: shared learning and dissemination of lessons and best practices”

20TH JUNE, 2017 AT ST. GASPAR HOTEL – DODOMA

By Zakaria Faustin - TNRF

On 20th June 2017, the Pastoralist Programme(PP) plan to organize  a one-day closure event in Dodoma, with the aim of sharing lessons and wider dissemination of the hard won gains to decision makers, pp partners, development partners and pastoralists communities.

When: 
20 June 2017 -
8:00am to 4:30pm
Location: 
St. Gasper Hotel Dodoma
Tanzania
Phone: 0652468219 / 0784761306
Dodoma TZ

Tanzania Forestry Working Group (TFWG) workshop In Lushoto

Tanzania Natural Resources Forum (TNRF)is hosting a workshop in Lushoto from today 1st February to 3rd February. More than 10 participants including TFWG members from different organizations have attended this workshop (WWF, JET, SHIVIMITA, MJUMITA, LEAT, MCDI, FARM AFRICA, TRAFFIC, AFRICARE, and TASONABI). The objective of this workshop is to review the Tanzania Forestry Working Group strategy whichended in 2016, assess its implementation and evaluate if the actions are valid or require changes. This will be donewith reference to Mama Misitu evaluation report, TRAFFIC report of 2016and December 2016 MNRT review report to identify and consolidate key issues that may be relevant to a new Tanzania Forestry Working Group strategy.

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Road to not harm Serengeti…

Road to not harm Serengeti...

President Kikwete recently released a public statement to reassure the international community that he would never build a road that would harm the Serengeti.  His public statement also makes a reminder to the international community that he has a commitment to the poor communities that live north of the Serengeti and they need his support.  Specifically, he states, “we cannot deny these people living on the northern side of the Serengeti border a road.”

Read the entire Serengeti press release here .

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CSO’s Urge Tanzanian Delegation to Support REDD positions in Cancun

IN an effort to advocate for an equitable, scientifically sound and environmental international REDD (reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation) agreement, a group of civil society organizations developed a position for the REDD negotiations at COP 16. The position is being released just days before the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s sixteenth Conference of the Parties is set to begin in Cancun, Mexico.

Eight CSO’s have signed onto the position, including all the REDD pilot projects that are currently implementing REDD in Tanzania.

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