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REDD Pilot Project Report

Review of the REDD’s institutional framework in the Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018|Views (118)|Events

Day 2 on ELAW Annual General Meeting

Day 2 at Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide Annual General Meeting (ELAW-AGM): Participants sharing ideas about fundraising and how to build strong organizations.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018|Views (121)|Events

Day 1: On the ELAW Annual General Meeting

Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide - United States (ELAW-US) and ELAW partners in the network taking a group photo, outside the Four Points By Sheraton Arusha, The Arusha Hotel, during ELAW Annual General Meeting.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018|Views (119)|Events


Meche Lu - Staff Scientist and Jennifer Gleason - Staff Attorney from Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide United States (ELAW US), providing a brief introduction on Environmental Science and Information available from ELAW US and partners in the network during Annual Genaral Meeting - Arusha


Citizens Engaging in Government Oversight in Natural Resources Management (CEGO-NRM)

Thursday, August 6, 2015|Views (7772)
With the funding support from USAID/Tanzania, LEAT, through CEGO-NRM project, is providing training and building capacity in areas of natural resources management, governance and social accountability monitoring (SAM) to ordinary citizens in Iringa Rural and Mufindi districts at the district and ward level (involving district natural resources committees, village environmental and natural resources committees, village land use management committees, village land councils and selected...


Monday, April 28, 2014|Views (7559)
This Study aims at undertaking a comprehensive review of the REDD’s legal and institutional framework in the Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves in Tanzania. A legal component will address legal and institutional related issues based on the findings and recommendations from a detailed legal and institutional study to examine issues surrounding governance structure in the management of Pugu and Kazimzumbwi forests. This component is being implemented by LEAT. This study was conducted at the...