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2014

Natural Resources Management for Local Economic Development - NRM-LED | Tanzanie

Tanzanie

Agence Belge de Développement

Titre : Natural Resources Management for Local Economic Development - NRM-LED | Tanzanie

Pays : Tanzanie

Lieu : Kigoma Region.

Durée : 2014 - 2019

Contexte
Natural resources in Tanzania are under pressure. If population continues to grow at the current pace and natural resources are intensively exploited without re-investment, future generations will suffer from the loss of services and income that intact ecosystems provide. To overcome this challenge, Tanzania is developing a policy framework for Community Based Natural Resources Management. It has indeed been demonstrated that common resources can be managed in a more sustainable way if communities who depend on them are allowed to use and manage them and receive direct benefits as a result. Therefore, the premise of this project is that sustainable natural resources management and equitable local economic development are naturally linked. Direct beneficiaries of the project are community based organizations and user groups linked to natural resources management, Local Government Authorities, and service providers (NGOs or private sector), that are partnering with the community based organizations.

Objectifs
The project’s overall objective is to ensure that ecosystems are maintained to sustainably provide socio-economic and environmental benefits to local communities in Kigoma Region.
The specific objective is to improve the enabling environment for community based sustainable natural resources management, which can lead to more equitable local economic development in Kigoma Region.

Financement : Belgium, Tanzania
Budget : € 6453500

Présentation : CTB

Brochure du projet (pdf)

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