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PRESS RELEASES

During the annual general meeting, CAN Tanzania through its members spoke in detail about the achievements they have made and set goals to go further with members starting to be empowered through themselves as they have enough academics and skilled people.. read more

NEWSLETTERS

At a point whereby the world is facing a global economic crisis due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we equally need increased climate ambitions if we are to reduce vulnerability and safeguard already affected communities – especially those found in the Global South. It is important for all parties to observe the Paris Agreement with ambitious updated NDCs that are strong enough to limit global warming to 1.5°C… read more

Co-hosted by CAN Tanzania the first ever CAN Annual Strategy Meeting in East Africa took place in  Arusha, Tanzania  from the 25th to 29th February 2020 under the theme: Building power and action in a climate emergency.  Almost 140 participants from all over the world came together to discuss the future strategy of CAN actors on addressing climate change and its impacts… read more

As a part of the “Participatory, inclusive planning and implementation project”, funded by the UNDP, CAN TZ rehabilitated the water source in the village of Olmolog. The spring offers water for both domestic and livestock use but is severely affected by environmental degradation and climate change. The project’s objective is to build community resilience … read more

ARTICLES

Visiting the Project Site

The overall objective of building the Climate and Livelihood Research Center is the establishment of the first Think-and-Do-Tank in Tanzania. We want to elaborate our actions and efforts by setting-up a center which combines

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Ecosystem Management and Conservation

This month, our UNDP sponsored project implementation activities continued in Olmolog and Ildonyo villages in Longido district, Arusha. Training and practical activities with community members and village groups on ecosystem management and conservation issues in cooperation with district Officials were the main field

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