Mtwara residents allowed to go back home but threat from storm still looms large By Deodatus Mfugale Dar es Salaam Tanzania April 25, 2019 MORE than 5,000 Mtwara town residents who had left their homes early today to avoid the forecasted catastrophic impacts of Tropical Storm Kenneth have been allowed to [...]
Residents vacate homes as Kenneth slowly lands in Mtwara By Deodatus Mfugale Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Hundreds of Mtwara town residents and its environs have vacated their homes to relocate to safer places before Tropical Storm Kenneth makes a landfall in Mtwara town in the afternoon today. By 6.00am today, light showers had started falling [...]
Tanzania –Natural Resources: “ Communities must know their rights and obligations”- Report In a recent workshop held in Dar es Salaam ( Tanzania), experts discussed the recent publication of the FAO Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance Tenure. Feature. By Deodatus Mfugale in Dar Es Salaam “Inadequate and insecure tenure rights increase vulnerability, hunger [...]
Sustainable Development: Women in Tanzania are fighting for equal rights By Deodatus Mfugale REHEMA 01: Rehema Mkakilwa, one of the girls in Utosi Village of Mufindi District in Iringa Region. She has managed to persuade her father to give her a land. Thanks to efforts by CSOs working on landrights, she now owns it. [...]
COP 23: Addressing Loss and Damage in Tanzania Many people remember the last rainy season in May. It has started unusually late. But it has affected people.There are views that the erratic rainy seasons and the high intensity of rainfall are caused by climate change and some negative impacts are now unavoidable. These consequences of [...]
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