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Learning from Resilience Strategies in Tanzania

Tanzania has been considered a model for development, peace, and stability despite the arrival of refugees from neighbouring countries and the potential tensions related to climate change. Although it has accessed the rank of middle-income country, Tanzania still faces several challenges, particularly in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The book aims at analyzing these challenges as well as the country’s successes through a multi-disciplinary approach considering economic perspectives as well as conflict prevention, dialogue integration, climate change adaptation, forests’ protection, and social perspectives – especially relating to women and girls. The current Covid situation has shaken the whole world and raised many questions on how the different regions and countries could adapt and develop resilience strategies in an uncertain and ever-changing context. Therefore, the book is not only about Tanzania but also about what we can learn from the research on Tanzania in terms of vulnerabilities and resilience strategies. This book is an outlook of International Development Challenges.

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Promoting Dialogue on Economic and Fiscal Policy in Tanzania

This handbook serves as a guide for practitioners who engage in dialogue on fiscal and economic policies in Tanzania. It focuses on the dialogue that was conducted within the frame of the Pilot 4 Research and Development project, which aimed to promote dialogue on economic and fiscal governance in Tanzania, and which created a platform for sustainable dialogue including public and private stakeholders from different Tanzanian regions. This handbook is based on the three studies and nine policy briefs that were published, as well as on the dialogue that took place between the various stakeholders during the seven consultation events that were organized during the project. The Pilot 4 Research and Development project (2019-2021) was run by PILOT4DEV and the Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Development in Tanzania, under the lead of the Tampere Peace Research Institute (TAPRI, Tampere University, Finland). The project was co-funded by the European Union.

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Dec
28

Handbook available: Promoting Dialogue on Economic and Fiscal Policy in Tanzania

This handbook serves as a guide for practitioners who engage in dialogue on fiscal and economic policies in Tanzania. It focuses on the dialogue that was conducted within the frame of the Pilot 4 Research and Development project, which aimed to promote dialogue on economic and fiscal governance in Tanzania, and which created a platform […]

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Nov
17

Policy Brief: Promoting Green Economy in Tanzania

The Pilot 4 Research and Dialogue project has published a new policy brief on “Challenges with Competitiveness of Horticulture in Tanzania”. There is a need to formulate a comprehensive and practical Green Economy Policy and strategies to implement existing policies relating to the environment and the green economy. Since Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) promotes […]

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Nov
16

Book available: Learning from Resilience Strategies in Tanzania

Tanzania has been considered a model for development, peace, and stability despite the arrival of refugees from neighbouring countries and the potential tensions related to climate change. Although it has accessed the rank of middle-income country, Tanzania still faces several challenges, particularly in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The book aims at analyzing these […]

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