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E.g., 07/19/2019
E.g., 07/19/2019
Josephina Ntimba (59) one of the animators in the village of Kitahana in Kibondo district northwest Tanzania (Photo credit: Kisuma Mapunda/Oxfam).
This is an overview of who we are and what we do, a review of our achievements and performance in 2017/18, and a summary of our objectives for the coming financial year 2019/2020.
Leveraging Cost in Land Titling - Briefing Paper - Oxfam in Tanzania
Rapid population growth, an influx of large scale land-based investments and the subsequent increase in land conflicts have made land use planning and titling increasingly important. However, the cost of undertaking the process of land titling is, in general, prohibitively high. This briefing paper...
This research documents the impact of the construction of Mtwara – Dar es Salaam Natural Gas Pipeline on Land Rights in Lindi and Mtwara. The research aims at contributing to improvement in the governance of natural resources in Tanzania, through analysis of the impact of the construction of the...
This briefing note summarizes findings from a research study on the impacts from construction of the Mtwara – Dar es Salaam Natural Gas Pipeline on the land rights of displaced communities in Lindi and Mtwara. The study was commissioned by Oxfam in Tanzania and undertaken in February 2016. The...
Tanzania’s natural resource sector is established, but for many years the sector has underperformed as a source of government revenues. Tanzania also faces significant challenges in terms of overcoming poverty. Recently, Tanzania has seen significant investment in extractive activities, including...
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