Searching with a thematic focus on Participation in Tanzania
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- DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2019Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGSs) are alternative certification schemes for organic products, built on trust and social networks, and intended for local markets. In contrast to third party export-oriented certification schemes, farmers working with PGSs are directly involved in the implementation of the system.Document
Participatory science and innovation for improved sanitation and hygiene: process and outcome evaluation of project SHINE, a school-based intervention in rural TanzaniaBioMed Central, 2017Background:DocumentNorwegian University of Life Sciences, 2015This thesis contributes to the current debate on how to balance conservation and development objectives. The extent of land under protection globally has increased enormously over the last 30 years, and there are still plans to expand the current protected areas (PAs) and create new ones.DocumentResults for Development Institute, 2015As governments and donors focused on increasing access to education in the wake of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the issue of learning received comparatively little concerted attention.Document
Gender equality as a pathway for sustainable development: lessons learned in Eastern and Southern AfricaCenter for International Forestry Research, 2015In order to advance sustainable development in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is necessary to address cross-cutting issues on gender, environment, and climate change simultaneously. Despite this, a key challenge remains in ensuring that such integrated approaches are prioritised and implemented in national, sector, and local budgets.Document
Assessing climate change vulnerability and its effects on food security: Testing a new toolkit in TanzaniaClimate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2015This CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS) working paper presents a new step-by-step toolkit for the implementation of a participatory vulnerability assessment (PVA) in rural localities.DocumentNorwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, 2015Municipal International Cooperation (1997-2014) was a programme involving municipalities in Norway and the Global South. It was managed by the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities (KS) and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This report sums up results and identifies lessons to be learnt for a possible future scheme.Document
East African Federation: Tanzanian awareness of economic and political integration remains poor, but there is growing support for political linksAfrobarometer, 2014The current East African Community (EAC), which was formally launched in 2001 comprising Tanzania and other neighbouring countries, has achieved two primary stages of integration: a customs union and common market. However, knowledge of the Federation of East African (EAF) member states among Tanzanian citizens’ remains limited.DocumentNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2014This paper studies the evolution of irrigation water management in Usangu Plains and evaluates present irrigation schemes using Ostrom’s design principles for long-enduring common pool resources (CPR) and their influence on farmers’ livelihood. Three types of schemes were identified for comparative analysis.Document
Building climate change adaptation on community experiences: lessons from community-based natural resource management in southern AfricaInternational Institute for Environment and Development, 2012This publication examines how community based natural resource management (CBNRM) can inform and contribute to climate change adaptation at the community level, specifically to community based adaptation (CBA). It provides a framework for analysing the two approaches at conceptual and practical levels.