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PARTICIPATORY RANGELAND MANAGEMENT, AN EXPERIENCE SHARING VISIT IN ETHIOPIA 05-10 September 2018

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and partners Resource Conflict Institute (RECONCILE) and Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) will have a learning visit to Ethiopia on Participatory Rangeland Management (PRM) and Experiences of Implementation, between the 5-10th September 2018.  The visit is organised by the EU-funded ILC Participatory Rangeland Management Project being implemented in Kenya and Tanzania. PRM as an approach was developed in Ethiopia, and scaled up in various areas and countries in order to improve the management of rangelands as well as the rights of local communities to those rangelands. PRM has helped to institutionalise rangeland management practices, improve local investments in them, and increased productivity.

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NEW EXPERTS IN NATURAL RESOURCE SECTOR

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) is groming new experts in natural resource sector. In 2018 TNRF has trained 6 field attached students from University of Dodoma, Institute of Accountacy Arusha and University of Dar es salaam as strategy to increase  number of competent actors with practical skills on Natural Resource governance in Tanzania.
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PUBLIC DEBATE AND LEGAL AID IN IRINGA

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) in collaboration with the Iringa rural District Council conducted a four days public debate and legal aid sessions on land governance in four villages of Pawaga division, Iringa rural district. The villages include: Itunundu, Kisanga, Isele and Mboliboli from 20th to 23th August, 2018. This activity aimed at enhancing community knowledge on land rights and facilitate access to justice.  This is a three year project on Land Governance and Accountability funded by Welthaus Graz and DKA  both  based in Austria and is being implemented in Iringa and Dodoma regions.

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BY-LAWS DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY FAILED INVESTMENT (BIOSHAPE) VISIT IN KILWA DISTRICT

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Drafting by-laws for good governance of lands and natural resources and support community members in failed investment (Bioshape) took place between 31st July to 10th August 2018.

   Drafting by-laws was done by empowering community to establish good governance over their land and natural resources. The process of drafting and adopting community rules for local land and natural resources management results in good governance and increase down top accountability of leaders; Stronger rights for women, youth and members of minority groups; Improved conservation, use and management of natural resources; Alignment of community rules with national law; Stronger foundations that support future community prosperity.

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