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Ardhi Yetu Program (AYP II) kickoff training on Climate Change and Adaptation Concepts and Practices

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Ardhi Yetu Program (AYP II)  KICKOFF TRAINING ON CLIMATE CHANGE
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Ardhi Yetu Programme (AYP II) through Care Tanzania in collaboration with Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF), CARE - WWF Alliance and Care Denmark organized a five days training (02th - 06th July 2018) on Climate change and adaptation concepts and practices. The training is taking place at Same District - Kilimanjaro Region with a major purpose of familiarising and capacitating CARE and core partners on tools that will support them to be able to design and facilitate effective climate vulnerability and capacity analysis and sustainable adaptation planning with targeted community organisations. Specifically, the training will cover;

Day 1: Awareness raising and understanding of climate change, its impacts in the Tanzania pastoralist

Day 2: Farming context, and climate resilience and adaptation concepts and approaches.

                          Day 3: Gender responsive Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment (G-CVCA)

                          Day 4: Participatory planning approach:community adaptation action planning (CAAP)

                          Day5: Training on how to design, develop and facilitate a detailed plan to train partners, local government staff and community groups and facilitate the assessment and planning

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TNRF's diary from knowledge to action: Experience with the Community Land Initiative

While villagers still struggle with using current legal frameworks to access land rights in Tanzania, the government plans to trigger yet another revised national land law. Our team learnt how to help communities make the most of the upcoming legislation. 

In Nyeri, Kenya a community land protection-learning initiative teaches land activists, including two of us from the Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) how to help villages access and secure lands using varied approaches.

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NES Monitoring Visit in Kilombero and Kilwa

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The National Engagement Strategy (NES) in Tanzania (NES) is a national strategy employed by Members of the International Land Coalition (ILC) that aims to promote People Centred Land Governance (PCLG), bringing about transformation in land governance at country level. The NES approach is to work towards two main outcomes: a) The setting-up of a multi-stakeholder platform on land governance for policy dialogue and knowledge sharing; and b) A country strategy for engagement on land governance developed and agreed upon by all actors involved. 

On 28th of August last year (2017), members of the Land Based working group identified areas for monitoring which includes Kilolo, Mvomero, Kilwa, Ngorongoro and Kilombero. From 16th to 27th of October, 2017, Members of the LBWG through TNRF conducted the first project Monitoring visit in the areas. This was followed by the District multi-stakeholders Forums in Kilolo, Kilombero, Mvomero and Kilwa District putting emphasis on investment that take into regards people centred land governance. Out of these activities the findings demanded further monitoring of the areas due to their investment challenges. In that case, members of the LBWG through TNRF undertook monitoring in Kilwa and Kilombero from 25th to 31st of January, 2018. .

DISTRICT MULTI-STAKEHOLDERS FORUM

Kilolo, Kilombero, Mvomero and Kilwa

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The National Engagement Strategy (NES) is a national strategy employed by Members of the International Land Coalition (ILC) that aims to promote People Centred Land Governance (PCLG), bringing about transformation in land governance at country level. The NES approach is to work towards two main outcomes: a) The setting-up of a multi-stakeholder platform on land governance for policy dialogue and knowledge sharing; and b) A country strategy for engagement on land governance developed and agreed upon by all actors involved. 

In Tanzania, the NES has three key components which are: (a) Coordination, Communication, Advocacy and Policy Dialogue implemented by TALA; (b) the Land-based Investments Component is coordinated by Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF); and (c) a Rangelands component is coordinated by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MALF) and the Parakuyo Indigenous Community Development Organisation (PAICODEO) and HELP Foundation (contact organisation being PAICODEO).

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