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TNRF, WCS, CORDS, IIED-RECONCILE launch a six week study to better understand government policy-making for the rangelands

TNRF is working with the Wildlife Conservation Society of New York, the Catholic Organisation for Relief and Development and the International Institute for Environment and Development (UK) on a joint study to better understand government policy-making for the rangelands. This study will provide important information about how TNRF and its partners can better engage with government to support pastoralist livelihoods and address pressing rangeland management issues.

Rangelands and Livelihoods Task Force to receive a Programme Officer supported by DANIDA

TNRF is pleased to announce that we are recruiting for a rangelands and livelihoods officer. The application deadline has now passed, and applicants are currently being short-listed. Interviews will be held shortly. Funding for this position has been received through DANIDA.

TNRF receives a grant from the Sigrid Rausing Trust for improving its communications

TNRF has received a USD 30,000 grant from the Sigrid Rausing Trust to enable it to drastically improve its communications capacity for its members. TNRF will launch an improved communications and member services programme from September.

TNRF and UCRT work together to develop 'Community Forums' in Arusha Region

Over the last three months, TNRF and Ujamaa Community Resource Trust (UCRT) have been working to launch community forums in Ngorongoro, Simanjiro and Longido Districts as an opportunity for rural villagers to begin to discuss key natural resource management issues. It is anticipated that, after appropriate training and further development, the community forums will come together to agree on priority natural resource management issues that they would like to take up with the government and the Parliament.


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