Tanzania Announcements

A reminder on the post for a consultancy on Estimating Costs Elements of REDD+ (deadline to apply 14 June) and a new posting for a national and an international consultants to undertake a mid-term evaluation of the Tanzania UN-REDD Programme (deadline to apply 24 June). More details

The UN-REDD Programme in Tanzania is seeking the services of experts to estimate various costs for establishing a REDD+ scheme in Tanzania, in particular the opportunity costs, implementation costs, transaction costs and institutional costs of REDD+ in Tanzania.  Deadline is 14 June. See more details in the Tanzania ToR folder here.

Tanzania yesterday published the draft REDD+ strategy for public comments. This is a great milestone for Tanzania!  The strategy has been developed by the REDD task force with the assistance of the REDD secretariat. It will be refined and revised through further consultations and public comments. The funding is provided through the Tanzania-Norway partnership on climate change. See the press release and the strategy here and on www.reddtz.org. Comments can be provided at . until 31 January.

On 22-25 November the UN-REDD Programme in Tanzania is teaming up with the World Bank Institute, the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, and the ASB-Partnership at the World Agroforestry Center for a workshop on Estimating the Opportunity Costs of REDD+ in Arusha, Tanzania. Details here

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Documents related to the 5th meeting of the UN-REDD Policy Board are here and include the UN-REDD Programme five year strategy, five new national programme documents, progress reports for DRC, Indonesia, Tanzania and Viet Nam and more.

The UN-REDD Programme in Tanzania assists the Government with establishing a national forest carbon Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) system as one of its key tasks and, in cooperation with NAFORMA, provides training to the Government to achieve this. Read more

The UN-REDD Programme in Tanzania assists the Government with the establishment of a national forest carbon Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) system as one of its key tasks and, in cooperation with NAFORMA, provides training to Government to achieve this. Read more

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The TZ-REDD quarterly newsletter, presented by TNRF, is part of the MJUMITA-TFCG project funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway. The newsletters aim to keep practitioners, donors, universities and CSOs up-to-date about REDD projects in Tanzania, upcoming events, and REDD developments around the world.

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