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TNRF holds a 2 day workshop to plan an initiative in response to a report illegal logging by TRAFFIC

A two day workshop was held in Dar es Salaam to develop a detailed communications and advocacy proposal in response to a report on illegal logging by TRAAFIC - Milledge, S., Gelvas, I. & Ahrends A. 2006 Forestry, Governance and National Development: Lessons Learned from a Logging Boom in Southern Tanzania. TRAFFIC, MNRT & DPG. The workshop was held as part of the Tanzania Forest Working Group's activities and was funded by GTZ.

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Planning workshop for the development of a Forest Governance Communications and Advocacy Proposal

DAY ONE

9:00 – 11:00 Session One

1. Registration and Introductions
2. Presentation - TRAFFIC Report (Simon Milledge)
3. Questions and answers
4. Presentation - Overview of the Campaign Development Process to date (TNRF)
i) Communications - raising awareness – presentation of a strategy outline (TNRF)
ii) Advocacy – focus of this workshop
5. Questions and answers

 

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22 May 2007 - 5:00am to 23 May 2007 - 1:30pm

TNRF receives funding from GTZ to prepare a civil-society response to a report on illegal logging by TRAFFIC

TNRF has received a local grant from GTZ to plan and develop a major communications and advocacy initiative in response to the report by TRAFFIC on Illegal logging - Milledge, S., Gelvas, I. & Ahrends A. 2006 Forestry, Governance and National Development: Lessons Learned from a Logging Boom in Southern Tanzania. TRAFFIC, MNRT & DPG.

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Parliamentary Committee visits Namibian Community Conservancies

TNRF and Ujamaa Community Resource Trust took 10 members of the Parliamentary Natural Resource and Environment Committee to Namibia on a study tour to visit the community conservancies in Kunene between 20-28th November 2006. The objective of the study tour was to provide an opportunity for the Committee to see how Community-based Natural Resource Management can be successful in terms of conserving natural resources and substantially contributing to rural development and local livelihoods.
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