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Tanzania and Agriculture and food

Tanzania
  • Capital: Dodoma
  • Population: 41892895
  • Size: 945087.0 Km2

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Climate change adaptation in agriculture and natural resource management in Tanzania: a gender policy review
Climate Change Agriculture Food Security 2016
More than twenty years have passed since the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action, where gender mainstreaming was acknowledged as an indispensable global strategy for achieving gender equality. Since then, Tanzania has undoubtedly made ef...
Enabling more inclusive and efficient food and agricultural systems in Africa: FAO session at the IFAMA World Forum 18 June 2014, Cape Town, South Africa
C. da Silva (ed); H. Lie / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2016
FAO organized a workshop during the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association's World Forum 2014, focusing on themes covered by Strategic Objective 4 that place greater emphasis on supporting national policies that en...
Whose waters? Large-scale agricultural development and water grabbing in the Wami-Ruvu River Basin, Tanzania
Aurelia van Eeden; Lyla Mehta; Barbara van Koppen / Water Alternatives 2016
In Tanzania like in other parts of the global South, in the name of 'development' and 'poverty eradication' vast tracts of land have been earmarked by the government to be developed by investors for different commercial agricultural p...
Alliances for Religions and Conservations (ARC) “Faith Engagement in Climate Smart Agriculture and Sustainable Land Management in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
P. Vedeld; C. J. Cavanagh; J. B. Aune / Noragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2015
This is a desk appraisal of the Alliances for Religions and Conservations (ARC) done for the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) by the Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric, at the...
The prospect of biogas among small-holder dairy goat farmers in the Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania
L.K. Grimsby / African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development 2016
Biogas can be a clean cooking alternative where biomass is the dominant source of cooking energy and where feedstock for anaerobic digestion is available.  By substituting woody biomass for energy, biogas may reduce local defores...
Norfund’s Kilombero Plantation in Tanzania: meagre results from a large investment
C. Wilson / Association for International Water and Forest Studies, Norway 2016
This report set out to analyse water use by Kilombero Plantations Limited (KPL) in  Tanzania  and  its  effect  on  the  people  dependent  on  local  water  resources. Norfu...
Empowering drylands women
Drylands Development Centre, UNDP 2014
The Integrated Drylands Development Programme (IDDP) is a global UNDP initiative to promote sustainable development in the drylands, and advance the implementation of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification. This topic brief highl...
Is Tanzania’s joint forest management program me a triple win? Understanding causal pathways for livelihoods, governance and forest condition impacts
L. Persha; C. Meshack / International Initiative for Impact Evaluation 2015
Estimated government and donor funding to support Joint Forest Management (JFM) in Tanzania since the early 1990s exceeds USD $30 million. While there are many small scale and site-specific studies on JFM in Tanzania, to date there ar...
Land-use planning and REDD+
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
Introduction and background. The land sector is unique in climate mitigation as it is the only sector where both emissions and removals of carbon occur (including depletion of carbon sinks). Extensive and unsustainable land use p...
Looking back, looking ahead : land, agriculture and society in East Africa : a festschrift for Kjell Havnevik
M. Ståhl (ed) / Nordic Africa Institute / Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala 2015
Professor Kjell Havnevik is retiring from the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) in 2015. For four decades, he has carried out research, taught and supervised students as well as participated in policy debates on different aspects of agric...
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