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A Pakistani family sets up camp by flooded lands
Climate change affects everyone – from villagers in the most remote parts of the world, to metropolitan heads of government and private sector leaders. Amid a changing political landscape and an increase in climate impacts, dialogue and collaboration are needed more than ever to make a lasting difference.
Joanna Martin posted Information 6 September 2019

6 September, Dodoma, Tanzania. As Tanzania continues to experience extreme weather events impacting on the livelihoods of rural communities, a European Union funded climate change adaptation conference launched into action.

Alexa Froger uploaded a new Document 27 June 2019

Sustainable and Disaster-resilient Development in Vulnerable Countries

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.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

The EcoAct (Ecovillage Adaptation to Climate Change in Central Tanzania) project has built on the successes of the previous project called the Chololo Ecovillage, to increase the capacity of vulnerable semi-arid rural Tanzanian communities to adapt to the adverse effects of climate change and red

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

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.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

ECOBOMA aims to improve and increase the capacity of vulnerable Maasai Pastoralists in Arumeru District by adapting and increasing resilience to the adverse effects of climate change.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

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.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

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.

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