OUR VISION

To be a progressive and forward-looking national node in East African Region promoting actions against climate change and strategies for a low-carbon development.

OUR MISSION

To provide access to scientific research on climate change and to motivate and empower Tanzanian population taking informed, self- initiative action. Actions that will mitigate climate change and help to adapt to its impacts, promote low-carbon development and preserve the environment.

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  • Implications of limited livelihood strategies to forest carbon stocks

    Implications of limited livelihood strategies to forest carbon stocks

    The Makangara forest is under constant pressure of deforestation given the lack of proper forest governance and lack of awareness among the communities on the impacts of deforestation to the environmental and climate change. […]

  • Climate Finance management in Tanzania

    Climate Finance management in Tanzania

    Distribution of responsibilities in more than one Government ministry for climate finance  from different sources is essential. Without a strong and decentralized mechanism for climate change finance, the current situation will exist and continue affecting the available and upcoming strategy directives to local bodies for the purpose of providing appropriate oversight. […]

  • Final project Evaluation: Stakeholder’s Workshop for recommendations

    Final project Evaluation: Stakeholder’s Workshop for recommendations

    In March 2016 Climate Action Network (CAN) Tanzania received funds from Bread for the World-Protestant Development Service (BfDW), a Germany-based organization, to implement a project entitled ‘Strengthening and Improving the Contribution and Efficiency of Environmental Civil Society Organizations for National Climate Resilience and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania’. […]

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Implications of limited livelihood strategies to forest carbon stocks

February 13th, 2017|1 Comment

The Makangara forest is under constant pressure of deforestation given the lack of proper forest governance and lack of awareness among the communities on the impacts of deforestation to the environmental and climate change. […]

Climate Finance management in Tanzania

February 12th, 2017|2 Comments

Distribution of responsibilities in more than one Government ministry for climate finance  from different sources is essential. Without a strong and decentralized mechanism for climate change finance, the current situation will exist and continue affecting the available and upcoming strategy directives to local bodies for the purpose of providing appropriate oversight. […]

Final project Evaluation: Stakeholder’s Workshop for recommendations

February 10th, 2017|0 Comments

In March 2016 Climate Action Network (CAN) Tanzania received funds from Bread for the World-Protestant Development Service (BfDW), a Germany-based organization, to implement a project entitled ‘Strengthening and Improving the Contribution and Efficiency of Environmental Civil Society Organizations for National Climate Resilience and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania’. […]

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