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A two-day workshop held in Arusha, Tanzania on 28 and 29 March 2019 brought together five eco-village projects across Tanzania to share experiences and lessons learned from the Global Climate Change Alliance Tanzania Plus Initiative funded by the European Union.

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in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)
Organised byHeifer International, through the GCCA Tanzania programme funded by the European Union

The webinar which starts at 12 noon East African Time (EAT) will showcase activities and lessons learned from five eco-villages situated in varied agri-ecological zones in Tanzania. The eco-villages fall under the European Union funded Global Climate Change Alliance.

Joanna Martin posted Information 27 March 2019

The report in both English and Kiswahili produced by Oikos East Africa and Oikos Istituto intends to share approaches, interventions, lessons learnt and results from the Eco-boma project in Arusha, which aimed at increasing the climate resilience of pastoralist communities in Northern Tanzania th

Helene Pans posted Information 26 December 2018

Over 7000 students learn climate adaptation and mitigation practices

 

Chea Sim Angkor Chey is the name of an Eco-School (ES), located at Prarl Village, Tani Commune, Angkor Chey District in the Kampot province.

Rafael Moser posted Information 9 November 2018

UNCDF supports the Government of Tanzania, through the President’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG), to promote climate change resilient communities and local economies and by establishing a standard and internationally recognized country-based me

Joanna Martin posted Information 26 October 2018

This 14-page report provides a summary of the five GCCA projects, which are located in different agro-ecological zones across Tanzania. The report sets out the project approaches, activities, progress, media coverage, and challenges and lessons learned.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 26 October 2018

The overall objective for GCCA Tanzania, funded by the European Union, is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable Tanzanian rural communities to the adverse effects of climate change and contribute to poverty reduction.

Joanna Martin posted Information 26 October 2018

This latest story from the field, produced in September 2018 about EcoACT, outlines how providing communities with access to quality declared seeds and improved livestock has transformed the lives of communities in central Tanzania.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 26 October 2018

The overall objective of GCCA Tanzania, funded by the European Union, is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable Tanzanian rural communities against the adverse effects of climate change and to contribute towards poverty reduction.

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