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PARTICIPATORY SCENARIO PLANNING (PSP) WORKSHOP FOR IRINGA DISTRICT

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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WILDLIFE WORKING GROUP MEETING

9TH NOVEMBER 2018

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) through the project called “Engaging Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Communities, and the Private Sector in advocacy and piloting implementation of the Wildlife Corridor Regulations” will facilitate a national Wildlife Working Group stakeholders meeting at Wanyama Hotel, in Dar es salaam.

The meeting will focus on;

  1. Discussing challenges exist in the wildlife conservation legal framework
  2. Recommend long term strategy that will help in conservation of wildlife and
  3. Revamping action plans for effective facilitation of Wildlife Working Group (WWG) proposed activities in Tanzania.
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PASTORALISTS AND FARMERS LOOSE COALITION

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From 15th to 20th October 2018, Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF) through Land Governance and Accountability Project supported by Welthaus Graz and DKA both from Austria, conducted District Multstakeholder Forum meetings in Iringa Rural and Chemba districts. The Meetings brought on board district officers (land and legal officers), Ward Executive Officers, Village Executive Officers, Village chairpersons, Community Based Organizations (CBOs) such UMAKWA, Land Right Monitors (LRMs), Pastoralists and Farmers Loose coalition representatives, MBOMIPA Wildlife Management Area’s Chairman, Ward Tribunals’ members, Village land Councils’ members.

The meetings aimed at following on previous meeting resolutions including meeting conducted in September 2017. Therefore, the forum discussed broadly the issues, agree on resolutions and way forward on pertaining land governance and accountability at local level. TNRF established the two fora in 2015 with the purpose of strengthening dialogue among stakeholders through discussion and finding solutions regarding challenges over land tenure security, gender land rights and accountability.

Among others, issues deliberated included  

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UNDERTAKING AN INVENTORY ON MANAGEMENT STATUS OF OLENGAPA RANGELAND MANAGEMENT UNIT

Dates: 14th - 25th October 2018

OLENGAPA is a grazing unit established through Sustainable Range Management Project funded by International Land Coalition (ILC) through ILRI.

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum (TNRF), KINNAPA and the KDC plans to undertake a detailed inventory on the current management status of the grazing unit by mapping the areas encroached, extent and level by picking the Geographical Positioning System (GPS) coordinates on locations of encroachment and the number households within the grazing areas.

The inventory survey builds up after a successful technical visit from Sept 23rd   to 1st Oct 2018 to OLENGAPA - KITETO grazing unit with a team from Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development (MLF), Kiteto District Council (KDC), KINNAPA, TNRF and Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). The team alleged that it is now very crucial to gather information on actual management status of OLENGAPA before starting the piloting of PRM.

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