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17 03, 2017

Unsustainable Charcoal production

By | March 17th, 2017|Gallery, News|0 Comments

While different stakeholders are striving to ensure sustainable climate resilience pathways are operationalized, the situation is different in the sustainability of forests due to higher demand of energy and livelihood earning. The rate of converting wood into charcoal has been observed to be among the fast growing activity with insignificant controlling efforts and mechanisms from authorities and local communities. […]

11 03, 2017

Presentation of the Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan (2014-20190

By | March 11th, 2017|Gallery, Presentations and policy briefs|0 Comments

Mpango umeandaliwa kufuatia Mpango Mkakati wa Kukabiliana na Mabadiliko ya Tabianchi wa Taifa (2013). Wizara imeandaa mpango huu ili kutambua na kuweza kuhimili changamoto ambazo zinaletwa na mabadiliko ya tabianchi katika kilimo. Pia Kusaidia ujumuishwaji wa changamoto za mabadiliko ya tabianchi katika uandaaji wa sera, mipango na mikakati Download PDF   Download pdf file [...]

11 03, 2017

Simplified Version of The Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan (2014-2019)

By | March 11th, 2017|Gallery, News, Reports|0 Comments

On 9th and 10th February 2017, Climate Action Network Tanzania (CAN-Tanzania) organized a training workshop on the development of a simplified version of the Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan (ACRP 2014-2019) which was hosted at Mbezi Garden Hotel in Dar es Salaam. […]

27 02, 2017

Implementation of Low Carbon Development Activities

By | February 27th, 2017|Gallery, News, News and Events|0 Comments

Agriculture is a dominant sector of the Tanzanian economy, generating 25% of GDP, 24% of exports, and is the mainstay of 75 – 80% of livelihoods in the country including the majority of the poor. As far as the impacts of climate change are continuing persistent and in the future, the situation for stakeholders on the agriculture sector particularly small holder farmers are likely to worsen due to low level of awareness and adaptive capacities, high exposure of their livelihood activities to the impacts of climate change, hence jeopardized efforts to achieve sustainable development. […]

21 02, 2017

Bread for the World delegation to CAN Tanzania Offices

By | February 21st, 2017|Gallery, News, News and Events|0 Comments

Bread for the World visited CAN Tanzania office at Mbezi Beach Dar-es-salaam. A three people delegation was focusing to know the progress of the project under implementation. A fruitful short discussion took place and a lot was gained by CAN Tanzania staff from this delegation.  […]

13 02, 2017

Implications of limited livelihood strategies to forest carbon stocks

By | February 13th, 2017|Gallery, News|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. […]

12 02, 2017

Climate Finance management in Tanzania

By | February 12th, 2017|Gallery, News and Events|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. […]

10 02, 2017

Final project Evaluation: Stakeholder’s Workshop for recommendations

By | February 10th, 2017|News and Events|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’. […]

10 02, 2017

Developing the Simplified Version of the Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan in Dar-es-salaam

By | February 10th, 2017|Gallery, News, News and Events|0 Comments

Tanzania launched a National Climate Change Strategy (NCCS) in 2013 which sets out strategic interventions for climate change adaptation measures and greenhouse gas emissions reductions. Among other things, the strategy called for all climate-sensitive sectors to develop action plans to implement the Strategy’s strategic interventions. […]

30 01, 2017

100% Renewable Energy, LCD and Poverty Reduction Task Force meeting

By | January 30th, 2017|Gallery, News|0 Comments

In 2016, CAN-Tanzania, the World Future Council and Bread for the World embarked on an 18-months project in Tanzania to develop a coherent strategy on how to implement 100% Renewable Energy as part of the country’s Sustainable Low Carbon Development (LCD) and Poverty Reduction Goals. This project builds on the previous experiences of the project partners for facilitating the deployment of renewable energy in Tanzania […]