ECOBOMA is one of five projects which falls under GCCA Tanzania. The project has been carrying out ecological monitoring to assess the future viability of rangelands and consequently adapt to the effects of climate change.
This is the latest fact sheet which outlines the project's goal to demonstrate effective and efficient strategies that support poor, rural households in Tanzania to adapt to the negative impacts of climate change and to alleviate poverty.
The eco-village approach that is used in Igunga district is an holistic approach. It integrates interventions in a range of sectors (water, energy, agriculture and livestock, gender, HIV/Aids) in order to sustainably improve climate change resilience and reduce poverty.
Integrated Approaches for Climate Change Adaptation in the East Usambara Mountains Project is Demonstrating Effective and Efficient Climate Change Adaptive and Poverty Alleviation Strategies for the Rural Poor households of Tanzania.
The GCCA+ flagship initiative has undergone over the last months a thorough independent global evaluation. The final report is now available. It will be used to refine and strengthen the GCCA+ action over the coming years. A summary of the evaluation and a french version are also available.