Tanzania Celebrates Earth Day!

From tree planting to locally-harvested picnics, Tanzanians around the country celebrated Earth Day.  Check out some of the great activities that took place:

Highlights from Quarter One – Climate Change Adaptation and Planning

Q1 Highlights

TNRF's new program, Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in Drylands Development Planning in Tanzania, is off in full swing.  Learn what we've been up to during the first quarter – Highlights from Quarter One!


TZ CSOs Support EUs proposition for Disclosure on extractive logging and mining


On March 26th, eight Tanzanian CSOs joined together to make a public statement supporting proposed mandatory disclosure on extractive logging and mining.  The group writes to "re-affirm their commitment to promote transparent, effective and efficient management of extractive resources in practice beyond just empty words."  The public statement is in support of EUs proposed rules for mandatory disclosure on extractive logging and mining.  

Read the entire statement here .


Understanding Land and Investment in Tanzania

Land and Investment in Tanzania
Land conflicts are not new to Tanzania, but tensions over land and disputed land are intensifying. A broad range of stakeholders who were consulted during scoping research and a national workshop are in agreement--there is an urgent need to understand, address and find solutions to issues regarding land based investments in Tanzania.

Learn more about land and investment in a new information brief published by TNRF, REPOA and IIED. Download the PDF here. Read the full report here.


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