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Community / Land projects / Pastoralist Land tenure Security Project 2021 -2023

Pastoralist Land tenure Security Project 2021 -2023

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01/23 - 12/23

Completed

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General

What to be done and why? To Empower Pastoralist communities in Ngorongoro, Karatu and Monduli to be aware of Laws and policies that govern land ownership and inheritance in Tanzania. Increase number of Indigenous women who have access, control land benefits from land resources ownership. Enable land disputes resolutions among land users in different levels and increase respect for human rights/ancestral land rights of Indigenous pastoralists. Land insecurity of the Indigenous peoples, land disputes among land users, local authorities and private companies who own hunting blocks, exclusion of indigenous people in decision making , challenges in policies and laws governing land and conservation areas. Direct beneficiaries: Pastoralist communities specifically, women, youth, village council and traditional leaders Expected impact Increase number of Indigenous women who have access, control land benefits from land resources ownership. Enable land disputes resolutions among land users Direct project results/ outcomes: Pastoralist communities in Ngorongoro, Karatu and Kilosa are aware of laws and policies that govern land Indigenous women access, control and benefits from land Enable Land disputes resolution between land users Indigenous peoples are taking action to make their voices heard by decision makers Expected outputs of the projects Facilitates for training of the indigenous peoples traditional leaders, village councils an laws and policies that Govern land administration in Tanzania Facilitates village council’s dialogues on land use planning according to land use planning act. Facilitates for registration and distribution of Customary Certificates of Right of Occupancy CCROs to 100 women Facilitates Land conflicts resolution dialogues between pastoralists and other land users Land conflicts management mechanisms at the village, ward and district level Implementing partners: TPCF is the implementing partner. TPCF will work closely with their members. They will collaborate with local government authorities, civil society organizations such as Tanzania Coalition of Human right defenders THRDC, Defend defenders for East and Hon of Africa Network and Forum for small scale producers Link to website: https://tpcftanzania.org