MEDIA ENGAGEMENT AND BREAKFAST DEBATE

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) is a member-based network organization. It aims to achieve improved natural resource governance for sustainable rural livelihoods and better conservation outcomes.

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) is implementing an eighteen months project titled Engaging Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) communities and Private Sector (PS) in Advocacy and piloting implementation of the wildlife Corridor Regulations. The goal of this project is to improve wildlife conservation and tourism policy through advocating for policy reforms and piloting the implementation of the new corridor regulation by engaging CSOs, local community institutions, Private Sector and the Government. Through this Project TNRF is expecting to have the following activities;

  • Television Talk Show; TNRF together with the Joint Advocacy Taskforce, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation and Tanzania Parliamentarians Friends of Environment (TAPAFE) will have a live television talk show discussing issues related to contribution of tourism sector to the national economy and challenges facing tourism business and investment climate.  The TV talk will be hosted by TBC - Tuambie Program.
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PARTICIPATORY RANGELANDS MANAGEMENT PROJECT (PRM) TECHNICAL VISIT TO OLENGAPA CLUSTER IN KITETO DISTRICT, MANYARA REGION

Dates: 23rd September - 2nd October 2018

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) in collaboration with Resource Conflict Institute (RECONCILE), International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Veterinaries San Frontiers (VSF), SOS SAHEL and Coalition of European Lobby on Pastoralism in East Africa (CELEP) are implementing Participatory Rangelands Management Project; a four-year project funded by European Union (EU) through International Land Coalition (ILC). This is a cross border project in Tanzania and Kenya where TNRF is the implementer of the project in Tanzania while RECONCILE pilots the project in Baringo County, Kenya.

The overall objective of the project is to improve the livelihood and nutrition status of pastoralist communities in East Africa by improving the management of rangelands for optimal utilization. Thus, the project work towards attaining security and better use of rangelands and expand the role of women in selected pastoral communities in Kenya and Tanzania.

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SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY MONITORING TRAINING - IRINGA

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) through ArdhiYetuProject (AYP II)conducted Social Accountability Monitoring (SAM) training to Land Right Monitors (LRMs), Local Authority Leaders including the Village Chairpersons, Village Executive Officers (VEOs) and District Land Officer. The training started   from Monday 10th to Thursday 13th September, 2018 at Lutheran Conference Centre in Iringa.

The villages involved during the training were; Itunundu, Isele and Mboliboli, all from Iringa District Council. The training aimed at capacitating communities with necessary knowledge and skills so as to be able to understand their role in managing public resources, for instance requesting information and questioning their leaders and public servants on the use of public resources with regards to efficiency and effectiveness.

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NES TANZANIA LAUNCHED ITS NATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING

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NES TANZANIA LAUNCHED ITS NATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING
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The Steering Committee meeting for National Engagement Strategy (NES - Tanzania) was held at TNRF on 12th September 2018. The steering committee attended by PINGO’s Forum, Ujamaa Community Resources Forum (UCRT), Tanzania Land Alliances (TALA), Maliasili Initiatives, PAICODEO, International "Livestock Research Institute (ILRI,) CARE, HAKI Madini, and Tanzania Natural Resources Forum.

NES are multi-stakeholder processes set in motion by the International Land Coalition (ILC) to promote people-centered land governance in various countries. NES processes and their platforms are led by national actors and include ILC members and non-members. The overall aim is to influence the formulation and implementation of land-related policies and legal frameworks using the ILC’s 10 commitments to people‑centered land governance as their compass, and promote the use of instruments such as the Voluntary Guidelines for Land Tenure (VGGTs) and the Framework and Guidelines on Land Policy in Africa.

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