TANZANIA NATURAL RESOURCE FORUM RECEIVED CSO EXCELLENCE AWARD

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum have received recognition award on the impact in engagement with government for social change. The foundation for Civil Society had received 166 nomination of organization that have outstanding in number of specified areas. Through those nominations TNRF is among the organizations that have received recognition on its work.

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SERIKALI IMERIDHIA KUPUNGUZA MIGOGORO YA MATUMIZI YA ARDHI NCHINI KWA KUTOA BAADHI YA MAENEO YA HIFADHI KWA WANANCHI

“Tunamshukuru Raisi wa awamu ya tano, Mheshimiwa J.P.Magufuli, amekuwa ni msumari wa majibu ambayo yataweka wanyama pori wetu maeneo salama zaidi na misitu yetu itasimamiwa kwa mustakabali wa sheria zisizoingiliana” alisema Zakaria Faustin baada ya kusoma taarifa iliyotolewa na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu tarehe 23 Septemba 2019 kuelezea kufutwa kwa mapori tengefu 12 na hifadhi saba (7).

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TRAINING ON POLICY ANALYSIS AND BEST DIALOGUE

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Presentation on policy analysis
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Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) is conducting a two day follow-up training (3rd and 4th September 2019) to strengthen the capacity of 20 Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Private Sector Organizations (PSOs) on policy analysis, collaboration with government, tactics for better engagement and communication, presentation and public speaking skills, effectively package of key message and seeking feedback on the impact made through the engagements.

TNRF have been working with government institutions to ensure that national interests are fulfilled and community get access and benefiting from natural resources in their areas. In 2018 TNRF nurtured 25 CSOs and PSOs dealing with wildlife conservation and tourism business on basic skills on how to engage and collaborate with government institutions in their routinely activities.

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HOW LAND-BASED INVESTMENTS CAN WORK FOR COMMUNITIES IN TANZANIA

Tanzanian policy makers have an opportunity to spearhead the implementation of the country’s industrialisation agenda through integrated and people-centered land-based investments. In a country where most people depend on land to derive their daily subsistence, it is critical that legitimate land owners are given a central focus in land-based investments that include but are not limited to agriculture, livestock keeping, tourism, and forestry. Evidence shows that existing large-scale land-based investment in many places in the country either marginalise or exclude small producers, particularly women.

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