Climate Change and Energy

  • Lake Tanganyika intergrated project

    The project aims at piloting interventions that will contribute to the reduction of sediments flow into Lake Tanganyika from the Pilot villages through integrated catchment management thereby improving Lake Habitat and reducing point pollution levels of Lake Tanganyika waters

  • Extending the Coastal Forest Protected Area Subsystem in Tanzania

    The Goal of the Integrated Ecosystem Management Programme is the Coastal Forest Biodiversity and ecosystem values are conserved and provide sustainable benefit flows at local, national and global levels.

  • Strengthening Protected Areas Network in Southern Tanzania(SPANEST)

    The high turn over of biodiversity across the country presents a challenge to conservation managers as it means large areas need to be managed so as to conserve the full range biodiversity. UNDP support aims to increase the effectiveness of the National Parks in protecting biodiversity and provide for the long term ecological, social and financial sustainability of that system.

  • Sustainable Land Management Kilimanjaro

    The project aims to remove the barriers to SLM through a multi-level approach in which at the local level it will strengthen the capacity and incentives for SLM through participatory planning processes involving the local institution and knowledge systems

  • Sustainable Forest Management in the Miombo Woodland

    The overall Goal of the project is that ―Sustainable Forest Management secures ecosystem and biodiversity values while providing a buffer to the Congolian Rain forest, ensuring food security and sustainable livelihoods. To achieve this, biodiversity conservation has to be mainstreamed into economic planning and development, so that agricultural productivity and sustainable livelihoods are improved while simultaneously improving the ecological integrity of the ecosystem, including securing its productivity from negative effects of climate change