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REDD Pilot Project Report

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

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

Thursday, August 6, 2015|Views (8050)
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 (7799)
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...

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Israel’s attempt to demolish Palestinian village Khan al Ahmar contravenes international law

Israeli forces are forcibly displacing Palestinians as they attempt to demolish the Bedouin village of Khan al Ahmar in the occupied West Bank. Israeli forces are dragging away residents and protesters and attacking people as they resist being forcibly displaced from their homes. The Palestinian Red Crescent has reported 35 people wounded, with four taken to hospital. Our comrades at the Israeli rights group B’Tselem report nine people have been arrested.

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Prize Winners Network at the ELAW Annual Meeting in Tanzania

“Being amongst the Prize winners, one could feel a particular energy, the kind of energy that made me feel privileged to be part of the group.” — Makoma Lekalakala, 2018 Prize winner from South Africa

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