Cost Benefit Analysis of the Community Livelihoods Improvement Initiatives in Tanzania.
Lessons for Enhancing Integration of Poverty – Environment Linkage Objectives into National and Sub-National Development Planning and Budgeting Frameworks
The report presents findings of the economic analysis for the Pro-Poor Economic Growth and Environmentally Sustainable Development Project, which is a joint venture between the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment). Furthermore, business proposals for the up-scaling of the poverty-environment projects, institutional arrangement and capacity development strategy have been developed.
The Pro-Poor Economic Growth and Environmentally Sustainable Development project is undertaken with the overarching objective of mainstreaming environmental sustainability, poverty reduction and gender into development planning and budgeting processes. Ultimately, it is envisaged that robust and efficient mainstreaming would result in improved livelihoods of women and men through the more sustainable use of natural resources and improved climate resilience. The programme focuses on contributing to “Tanzania Development Vision 2025”
- Economic analysis of the poverty-environment pilot projects
- Business proposal for p-e up scaling