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Tanzania
Land Degradation
13,780.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/BD/2021/06
Context/Project Rationale: Morogoro Rural District is one of 8 administrative districts in Morogoro region with an area of 19,056 square kilometres. The district total population – as of 2012 – was 286,248 (URT, 2012). Altogether there are ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
49,208.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/LD/2020/01
Context/Project Rationale: • There is a problem of water supply at Mgazini Village • The existing water supply infrastructure is in state of disrepair • The water source at Lihanje Forest, which is shared by six villages is also ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
49,869.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/LD/2020/04
Context/Project Rationale: • Paradiso Village has no reliable water supply source • The nearest water supply point is at a river called, Askofu. There is another river called Mngaka. Both rivers are 5 to 8 kms from the village • During ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
32,396.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/03
Context: Nyantare village in Bunda District has a large number of cattle which moves all the way to Lake Victoria and Nyantare river in search of water. These daily movements of livestock cause severe erosion and land degradation as well as ( ... )
Tanzania
Biodiversity
32,349.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP6/Y5/ICCA-GSI/2021/01
Context: Despite their socio-economic importance, rangelands resources across the ECWMA have in recent years been significantly altered by environmental degradation and climate change. On one side, this adversely affects rangelands, leading to ( ... )
Tanzania
Biodiversity
23,128.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP6/Y5/ICCA-GSI/2021/04
Context: Meatu district is home than 700 Hadzabe who have maintained their ancient hunting and gathering lifestyle. Hadzabe tribe are indigenous people who are hunter-gatherers, have lived deep alongside Lake Eyasi Basin on swath of semi-arid dry ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
31,656.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/06
Context: Land tenure security has become the prime objective of policy and legislative frameworks within Tanzania’s recent land reform processes. The reforms are also crucial elements of fiscal policies, livelihoods development, equality and ( ... )
Tanzania
Biodiversity
48,442.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/BD/2021/04
Context/Project Rationale: Communities around Kilimanjaro enjoyed water supply from the mountain ecosystem for so long. However; increasing droughts, temperatures raise and population in Kilimanjaro region have exacerbated the problem of water ( ... )
Tanzania
Biodiversity
31,345.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP6/Y5/ICCA-GSI/2021/03
Context: Demand for increased use of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in addressing ecological, biodiversity conservation, and sustainable resource use has in recent years become a suitable way of addressing current threats of deterioration of ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
47,312.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/LD/2020/03
Context/Project Rationale: • Songea is one of the peripheral districts in the country • It borders Selous Game Reserve • Although it has good soils and rainfall, most youths engage in poaching of wildlife from Selous Game Reserve for ( ... )
Tanzania
Community Based Adaptation
31,835.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/07
Context: OLENGAPA is a pioneer joint land use plans. The joint land use planning process in Kiteto District began in November 2013, and included the villages of Lerug, Ngapapa and Orkitkit. The three villages share boundaries and grazing ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
46,737.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/LD/2021/05
Context/Project Rationale • Longido district is one of the driest Districts in Tanzania, located in Arusha Region. • Temperature ranges from 20°C to 35°C. • Rainfall ranges from less than 500mm in low land to 900 in high elevation of West ( ... )
Tanzania
CapDev
32,235.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/08
2.0 Context Indigenous Community Conserved Area (ICCAs) defined as "natural and/or modified ecosystems containing significant biodiversity values and ecological services, voluntarily conserved by (sedentary and mobile) indigenous and local ( ... )
Tanzania
Biodiversity
32,332.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/05
Context: Tanzania Government have been trying hard, over the ages, to rectify national policy for environmental conservation of 1997 and Forest Act (2002) for Participatory Forest Management (PFM) in Tanzania which supports various interventions to ( ... )
Tanzania
CapDev
31,973.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/01
Context: Land shortages become more acute in Tanzania and land values and investor interest in sectors such as agriculture rises, the threats to pastoralists’ lands and livelihoods are intensifying. Internal demographic and livelihood pressures ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
27,007.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP6/Y5/ICCA-GSI/2021/02
Context: The agro-pastoralist communities in Simanjiro District live in arid and semi-arid lands in which climate, ecology, rainfall and vegetation are all variable. However, this natural resource base is shrinking as shifting crop production is ( ... )
Tanzania
Climate Change Mitigation
32,400.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/02
Context: Increasing resource competition over the past few decades’ greater pressure has been put on pastoralist grazing lands and water resources, as populations have increased and grazing land has been taken for cultivation, conservation ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
49,034.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/LD/2020/05
Context/Project Rationale: • The city of Dar es Salaam generates approximately 4,200 tonnes of solid waste per day • Kinondoni District generates almost half of the solid waste generated by the city of Dar • Out of those, only 40% is ( ... )
Tanzania
Land Degradation
50,000.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/LD/2021/01
Key weaknesses for GEF/SGP grantees observed over time include the following (i) Project design and proposal formulation (ii) Contract management. Understanding salient features of MOAs/contracts (iii) Financial Management: Efficient use of ( ... )
Tanzania
Biodiversity
47,438.00
Project Number:   TAN/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/BD/2020/02
Context/Project Rationale: • Lake Nyasa, situated in South-Western Tanzania is the third largest Lake in Africa, the 9th largest Lake in the world and 3rd deepest freshwater Lake on earth • With a surface area of 31,000km2, is home to a ( ... )
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