Workshop

Tackling Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT), what is a role of communities?

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) will collaborate with World Wide Fund (WWF) hosting the Elephant and Rhino Day on 22nd September 2020. This activity will comprise a series of events before the celebration day. This activity aims at raising awareness to villages with higher Human Wildlife Conflicts (HWC) in 10 villages in Tunduru District. The visit will also involve Tanzania Wildlife Authority (TAWA) and Tunduru District officials.

When: 
19 September 2020 - 8:00am to 22 September 2020 - 4:30pm
Location: 
Tunduru District Ruvuma
Tanzania
Phone: 0677042948
TZ

THE NATIONAL ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY (NES)

This launching workshop is organised by TALA and TNRF.

Introduction

The International Land Coalition (ILC) Africa brings together its members and partners to launch the national engagement strategy (NES) for Tanzania. In addressing its mission in Africa, International Land Coalition (ILC) supports National Engagement Strategy (NES) in 10 Countries in Africa including Tanzania and aims to address strategic objectives: “Connect, Mobilize and Influence”.

A NES is a strategy that aims to promote people centered land governance (PCLG), bringing about transformation in land governance at country level. The NES approach is to work towards two main outcomes:

  • The setting-up of a multi-stakeholder platform on land governance for policy dialogue and knowledge sharing; and
  • A country strategy for engagement on land governance developed and agreed upon by all actors involved.
When: 
28 February 2017 - 8:00am to 1 March 2017 - 4:00pm
Location: 
Wanyama Hotel
Sinza Mori
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania
Phone: +255 652 468 219
TZ

Project Launch

When: 
18 May 2016 - 8:00am
Location: 
Wanyama Hotel, Kijitonyama Area
Sinza Mori Street, Opposite Hakiardhi Offices
Dar es salaam
Tanzania
Phone: +255 717 026 602
TZ

The 3rd National CBNRM Forum, Tanzania

Theme: “There is more to be done to fully unlock wildlife potentials in Tanzania”

Introduction and Background:

  1. This May, TNRF is set to host the 3rdNational CBNRM Forum in Tanzania following its Launch and Approval of CBNRM Stocktaking Report in 2012.
  2. TNRF begun a process to establish a series of dialogues on Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) with the aim of providing a platform for multi-stakeholder exchange of information and agreeing on a common course for CBNRM success in Tanzania. In 2012, TNRF undertook a stocktaking exercise of CBNRM in forestry, fisheries and Wildlife in Tanzania which also recommended the need for establishing a national level platform named National CBNRM forum to help disseminate information on CBNRM success stories, share experiences and promote a greater understanding of the actions and enabling environment on CBNRM that can lead to improved social, economical and environmental benefits. While facilitating engagement at the national level, TNRF has also joined a regional civil society network on CBNRM issues, called Southern Africa CBNRM Forum (SACF) whose secretariat is based in Lusaka-Zambia. Joining SACF helps to promote South-to-South exchange on CBNRM issues and experience. Similar efforts are also made to promote South-to-North linkages through exchange dialogues.
  3. To further promote CBNRM among other tasks, TNRF and WWF Tanzania through its Coastal East Africa Initiative entered a 3-years partnership programme on Land and forest-based investments programme on forest and land-based investments in Tanzania (2014-2017). The programme is geared towards building constructive dialogue with wide range of stakeholders including private sector, Government, civil society organizations to address and contribute to responsible investments on land and forests. With funds from WWF-Finland, among others, the partnership programme provide for support to hold National CBRNM fora in Tanzania.
When: 
26 May 2016 - 8:30am to 4:00pm
Location: 
National College of Tourism, Bustani Campus
Shaaban Robert Street
Dar es salaam
Tanzania
Phone: +255 784 252 495
TZ

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