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World Council of Churches - WCC


TNRF attending WCC
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Tanzania Natural Resource Forum is attending World Council of Churches - WCC Event held in Arusha, Ngurudoto where it is participating as among many Civil Society Organization in Tanzania and Africa that advocates, publish and research on; natural resource governance on; land tenure rights, gender and accountability, responsible investments in land; issues on climate change, community based natural resource management, wildlife and various aspect on natural resource rights and governance.

Tanzania wood markets study published


An assessment of Tanzania’s wood product markets commissioned by FDT has been completed by UNIQUE forestry and land use GmbH, an international forestry consultancy firm.  The comprehensive report assesses the current and future projections in wood supply and demand, and the state of individual wood markets and value chains.  It highlights the scale of the opportunity in Tanzania, which is significant, before proposing a set of recommendations that market actors can pursue to support sector transformation.



The Nature Conservancy is the leading global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends.  Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world’s toughest challenges so that nature and people can thrive together.  Working in 72 countries, we use a collaborative approach that engages local communities, governments, the private sector, and other partners.



The Government of Finland is commemorating its 100 years of independence this year, 2017. The Embassy has held some events in Tanzania that represent the Government of Finland contribution in Tanzania and areas, which Finland supports as part of its foreign development policy. This tree-planting event commemorates 100 years of Independence of Finland but also celebrates 50 years engagement with the forest sector in Tanzania. For a Finn, trees and forests represent a shelter and value for life but also a basic element of livelihoods and potential for economic prosperity. Planting a tree is a symbol of long term commitment and working for the future generations.

Finland's support to the forest sector in Tanzania has been to promote sustainable forest management by strengthening human resources and institution capacities, legal and regulatory frameworks, forest based industries and livelihoods and transparency, openness and accountability in management of forest resources. We also support promotion of community participation in decision making about the use and management of natural resources. This is a way of ensuring public responsibility on the resource to realize its contributions in national development goals.



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