TNRF hosted President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG)

TNRF hosted President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG), Sector Coordination Unit on 21st November 2018. PORALG visit came after TNRFs’ request of working with all districts in Tanzania as ordered by the NGO registrar office that; all non-governmental organizations should request special permit for them to work with districts in Tanzania.

Thus, PORALG mission aims at familiarizing/verifying TNRF activities and its relation with the neighboring districts.




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Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) is implementing Land Governance and Accountability Project with support from Welthaus Graz and DKA both based in Austria. In that regard, TNRF conducted land rights dialogue Meetings in Iringa and Chemba Districts from 31st 0ctober to 4th November, 2018. The Meetings brought together District Officials, Ward Executive Officers, Village Executive Officers, Village chairpersons, Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Land Right Monitors (LRMs), Pastoralists and Farmers Loose coalition representatives and Village land Councils’ members in both districts. The dialogue among other things related to the following:


Launching the Forum of Rural Producers in Tanzania “Jukwaa la Wazalishaji wa Vijijini Tanzania” (JUWAVITA) November, 2018

A collaboration of 30 member based Civil Societies (CSOs) that are accountable to its members formed an independent loose coalition of small-scale rural producers in Tanzania (JUWAVITA) “Jukwaa la Wazalishaji Vijijini Tanzania”. The Forum have been launched on 13th and 14th in Dodoma with the theme,The role of rural producers towards industrialized economy in Tanzania.  In Swahili “Nafasi ya Wazalishaji Wadogo Vijijini katika kufikia uchumi wa Viwanda Tanzania”. The launch was done by the Deputy Minister for Agriculture Honorable Mr. Omary Mgumba at Morena Hotel. The Forum brought on board 300 rural producers from both Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar. These included, pastoralist, hunters and gatherers, beekeepers, crop growers, livestock keepers, natural resource users and fisher folk’s communities. Also the Forum was attended by members of Parliament, the chairperson for the Parliamentary standing committee on Agriculture, other government officials and development partners.


12TH – 13TH NOVEMBER 2018

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF), HAKIARDHI and PAICODEO are implementing a four years “Ardhi Yetu Project II” (AYP II) funded by CARE Denmark through Care Tanzania. On part of TNRF, the project is implemented in four districts; Kiteto, Simanjiro, Chemba and Iringa rural. The project aims at facilitating effective climate vulnerability and capacity analysis for sustainable adaptation and resilience by targeted community organizations or groups such as Land Right Monitors (LRMs), Loose Coalitions, Women networks, Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and Local Authorities.

Thus, TNRF in collaboration with CARE through Alizeti Usawa na Thamani (ALUTA) and Kukua ni Kujifunza (KNK) is expecting to PSP); a mechanism for collective sharing and interpretation of climate forecasts in Iringa following the seasonal weather forecast for the Southern Meteorological zone covering Southern highlands regions. The current PSP will be implemented in Iringa rural district on the October, November, December, January, February and March weather forecasts released by Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) and will cover; Itunundu, Isele, Kimande, Magombwe and Mbolimboli villages.



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