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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PARLIAMENTARY ENGAGEMENT IN ADVOCATING FOR POLICY REFORMS IN WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND TOURISM SECTOR

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PARLIAMENTARY ENGAGEMENT IN ADVOCATING FOR POLICY REFORMS IN WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND TOURISM SECTOR
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Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF)  in collaboration with the Joint Advocacy Taskforce (JAT) members and Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) through "Engaging Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), Communities and Private Sector in advocacy" project had a meeting with twenty (20) Tanzania Parliamentarians Friends of Environment (TAPAFE). The meeting took place in Dodoma- Morena Hotel on 8th September, 2018.

The main objective of the meeting was to create awareness of the members of parliament in order to influence change in policies and other legal framework related to wildlife conservation and tourism.

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POLICY ADVOCACY AND ANALYSIS TRAINING TO CSOs

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Participants attending Advocacy Training
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Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) in collaboration with Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) through "Engaging Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), Communities and Private Sector in advocacy" project is conducting a two days advocacy training to twenty-three (23) Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) who are champions in advocating Conservation, Tourism, Forest, Wildlife and environment. The training started from 03rd September and expects to end today - 4th September 2018 at Lash Garden, Arusha.

The main objective of the training is to build the capacity to CSOs that works to improve Natural Resources conservation and tourism business by providing them with appropriate knowledge, skills and approaches in analysing policy issues related to wildlife conservation and tourism in Tanzania. It is expected that the trainees will come up with advocacy agenda that will influence policy reforms for better environment for sustainable wildlife conservation and benefit sharing.

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BASELINE SURVEY FOR ARDHI YETU PROGRAM II (AYP II)

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) is among three partners implementing “Ardhi Yetu” Program II (AYP II). The Program is funded by CARE International to address land issues and effective climate vulnerability, capacity analysis, sustainable adaptation and resilience by targeted community groups and institutions i.e. Land Right Monitors (LRMs), Loose Coalitions, Women networks and Local authorities.

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Baseline Survey For Ardhi Yetu Program
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