Sustainable Rangeland Management Project (SRMP) Newsletter


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Sustainable Rangeland Management Project

The Sustainable Rangeland Management Project (SRMP) supports joint village land use planning and the protection of rangelands for local rangeland users.The project is implemented by the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Tanzania, the National Land Use Planning Commission, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), and local civil society organizations.The project activities have been funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Irish Aid through the International Land Coalition (ILC). The project contributes to the ILC’s national engagement strategy which is coordinated by the NES Secretariat, housed at TALA (the Tanzania Land Alliance).


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Participatory Rangelands Management (PRM) is a European Union (EU) funded project through International Land Coalition (ILC) in six clusters of rangelands in Tanzania which includes OLENGAPA, ALLOLE, KIMBO and NAPALAI in Kiteto District, Manyara region and two clusters in Chalinze District, Coast region. This is across border four years project in Tanzania and Kenya and will be implemented through a collaboration of partners which include: Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF), Resource Conflict Institute (RECONCILE), International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Veterinaries San Frontiers (VSF), SOS SAHEL and Coalition of European Lobby on Pastoralism in East Africa (CELEP). TNRF is the implementer of the project in Tanzania while RECONCILE pilots the project in Baringo County, Kenya. Both implementing institutions will be technically guided by International Livestock Research Institute Research (ILRI). In Tanzania, PRM is implemented in collaboration with Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries


Journalist Training

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) through the National Engagement Strategy (NES) project intends to conduct a journalist training (to selected few), from 15thto 16th of May, 2019 at Wanyama Hotel, in Dar es Salaam.

NES Tanzania through the Land Based Investment Working Group (LBIWG) observed a big gap in the coverage of Land and Natural Resource related matters, and therefore called for training to selected journalist from print and mass media. The existing gap is caused bylack of knowledge on how best to collect and report investigative information.

The training aims to;

  • Build capacity of journalist in reporting land and natural resource issues
  • Equip journalist with skills for investigative journalism

Joint Advocacy Taskforce engagement with the Government officials at the Ministry of Natural Resource and Tourism


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On Wednesday 8th May 2019, Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) in collaboration with the Joint Advocacy Taskforce (JAT) members and Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) through "Engaging Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Communities and Private Sector in advocacy" project met at the Dodoma hotel.The meeting aimed at reviewingthe impacts of advocacy on the prioritize common agendas that has been jointly implemented for the past ten months; and strategize on how best to engage with high level government officials responsible with enforcing good governance over the natural resources especially wildlife conservation and tourism.



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