We develop and implement relevant projects and programs tailored for the specific communities. We aim to build as well as strengthen capacities and engagement of local communities in sustainable natural resource utilization. Once the project has been implemented, we continue our work with the community and conduct further research to make sure our process from theory to practice is still up to date.

Research Center

We are developing the first Tanzanian model village that will serve as a climate change research center where best practices related to climate change adaptation will be showcased. On model fields diversification methods will be examined to access how Tanzanian’s human capital can be increased and to build livelihood resilience.

Clean and Affordable Energy

The aim of this project is to influence communities, LGAs, CSOs and media to prioritise the transition to clean and affordable energy in their agenda and plans through lobbying and advocacy.

Community Resilience

The project aims to build resilience against impacts of climate change and variability to vulnerable groups of smallholder farmers and pastoralists in villages located within Lake Natron ecosystem in Longido district, Arusha region.

Sustainable Development

The climate-induced adverse impacts in Tanzania are not uniformly affecting the communities, individuals and sectors. Some are more affected than others, including smallholder farmers, pastoralists, women and rural communities.

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