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- Energy: Women are game-changers in promoting access to clean energy A group of Tanzanians visited Bangladesh a few weeks ago to learn about renewable energy initiatives in this country with the aim to help Tanzania “achieving 100 percent use of renewable energy”. The Tanzania delegation comprised representatives from the Parliament, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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