The Programme aims to increase rural income in its target area, which consists of seven districts in the southern highlands. It will reduce poverty and inequality through developing sustainable plantation forestry and adding value to the entire forest product value chain, from quality seeds planted on the land to quality products sold in markets.
The project’s objectives include: (i) Ensuring that land governance decisions respond to multi-stakeholder dialogue, inclusivity demands and independent monitoring of agricultural investments by non-state actors; and (ii) Strengthening the capacity of the Government, CSOs and communities to demand and undertake inclusive village land-use planning and grazing-land registration.
The Project aims at securing land and resource rights of pastoralists, agro-pastoralists and crop farmers, while improving land management by supporting village and district land use planning and rangeland management in Kiteto, Bahi, Chamwino and Kondoa Districts in Tanzania. More broadly, it aims at influencing policy formulation and implementation on these issues.
The programme implements commitments made jointly by the G8 and the United Republic of Tanzania to deliver a detailed road map for land reforms in Tanzania. Through the programme, the government will register land for villages and households in the three districts of Kilombero, Ulanga and Malinyi.
SMOLE aims at reducing absolute poverty in the society through environmentally sound land management and socio-economic development. The Project consists of four main components: 1. Institutional Development, 2. Land Management, 3. Environmental Management, 4. Awareness Raising.
This programme aims at supporting African stakeholders in strengthening the role of Africa's forests and trees to adapt to climate change in ways that enhance liverlihoods, sustain buidiversity and improve the quality of the environment
To improve governance, inclusive development and quality of life for Tanzanians through increased access to justice and empowerment to promote, influence and monitor inclusive economic and social development policies. Part of the programme will be to secure land tenure through accessing land titles for 100,000 poor people, 60% of whom will be women
Support Non State Actors at the local level to facilitate the implementation of the national policies and regulations related to natural resources management, in the field of forest, fisheries and wildlife
The specific objective is to empower communities through sustainable land use planning and participatory natural resources management activities. 6 projects financed: