Climate-smart agriculture measurement, reporting and verification in the United Republic of Tanzania

In the United Republic of Tanzania, CSA has rapidly become a key mechanism for addressing both climate change and food security. Since 2011 more than nine CSA-related policies, programmes and projects have been implemented by the government and develop- ment partners (figure 1 and table 1). Outcomes from CSA projects, however, have not yet been tracked or reported on. As a result, policy makers receive limited feedback on the effectiveness of these programmes; outcomes do not count toward national development and climate goals; and CSA is not explicitly integrated into budgetary processes.
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Published on

2019-02-15

Author(s)

  • World Agroforestry Centre
  • Unique Forestry and Land Use

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Citation

World Agroforestry Centre and Unique Forestry and Land Use. 2019. Climate-Smart Agriculture Measurement, Reporting and Verification in the Republic of Tanzania.