Tanzania: Communities are fighting for their rights By Deodatus Mfugale April 8 2017 Issues surrounding disputes over land ownership are many in Tanzania and in Africa generally. From 2000 to 2010, several violent conflicts in various parts of Tanzania occurred between agribusiness investors and communities. The conflict thus involved three parties, the government, the [...]
COP 22- Bangladesh: Beyond grid connectivity A delegation of Tanzanians came to visit Bangladesh recently. Basically, it was for learning how to accelerate access to energy for poor people in the rural areas without having to link them to the national grid. By Deodatus Mfugale September 28 2016 Rural: access to energy [...]
COP 22-Comores- Les océans: "L’Afrique et Oman, c’est une longue histoire"- Vice-Ministre omanais Hamed Said Al Oufi Diplômé d’un PHD, gestion des pêches et économie, obtenu à l’Université de Hull en Angleterre, Dr. Hamed Said Al Oufi est Vice- ministre de l’Agriculture et des pêches du Sultanat d’Oman depuis une décennie. Spécialiste du développement et [...]
Oman and Africa : a strong relation By Houmi Ahamed-Mikidache Recently a business delegation from the Sultanate of Oman came to Tanzania to strengthen economic ties. Tanzania is seeking to embark on a major industrialisation drive , as international media reported during the Oman delegation visit. Enhance economic ties Oman and Tanzania are seeking [...]
REDD+ Tanzania : More transparency needed for the communities By Deodatus Mfugale April 19 2016 While global leaders are continuing to discuss how to develop and implement national Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation strategies ( REDD+), some countries like Tanzania are facing dualities. The benefits of the Participatory Forest Management programme In Tanzania, the Participatory [...]
By Deodatus Mfugale Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 9 March 2016 Climate Change has affected Tanzania in the rainy season from 2014 to 2015, according to Experts from Eastern Africa. In some parts of Singida, Dodoma, Shinyanga and Manyara regions, the semi-arid region of Tanzania, the rainy season did not start in November as expected. Around [...]
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