TNRF is a collective civil society-based initiative to improve natural resource management and conservation in Tanzania by addressing fundamental issues of governance. We view the quality and equity of governance as fundamentally determining how natural resources are managed and how they support the livelihoods of Tanzanians and the sustainable economic development of the country.
The Community Forest Conservation Network of Tanzania, known as MJUMITA in partnership with the Tanzania Forest Conservation Group (TFCG) are implementing the project known as Forest Justice in Tanzania (FJT), in six different zones of Tanzania mainland. The FJT initiative has been active since 2011. The aim of the project is to promote improved governance and increased accountability in Tanzania’s forest sector. Tanzania’s natural forests provide irreplaceable ecosystem services underpinning Tanzania’s water, climate, soil and biodiversity.
The aim of this assignment is to formulate a National Strategy and Plan for the Tourism sector. Articulation of the sector’s strategic direction will provide a Blueprint for Tanzanians to develop and benefit fully from the country’s natural and historical heritage resources.
Background:The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is a member of a world-wide network of International Agricultural Research Centers. IITA's research focuses on smallholder cropping systems in sub-Saharan Africa. IITA has a regional hub in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania which co-ordinates the work of the institute in East Africa
HAKIARDHI is a non-governmental not for profit organization that was established in 1994 in recognition of the need to facilitate realization of a socially just and equitable national land tenure system that promotes and advances the rights to land of majority rural based small producers such as Peasants, Pastoralists, Artisan miners and other related groups.