Delegation of the European Union to Tanzania

Integrated Approaches for Climate Change Adaptation in Igunga District - Igunga Eco-Village project

26/09/2019 - 14:42
Environment and Climate Action

The Integrated Approaches for Climate Change Adaptation in Igunga District, Tabora Region is one of five projects, which falls under the European Union (EU) funded Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA). The project encompasses the eco-village approach, and has made strides to increase and diversify incomes, and strengthen resilience and reduce vulnerability to climate change.

Esther Pole, Igunga Eco-Village Chairperson in Bukama village, works alongside her husband to create a sustainable future

 

Igunga Eco-Village overall project objective: increased resilience of vulnerable rural Tanzanian communities through reduced poverty and improved adaptation to the adverse effects of climate change.

 

Key information:

Total Cost (EUR): 2 132 480

EU contracted amount (EUR): 1 600 000

Duration: 2015 - 2019

Implementing organisation: STICHTING HEIFER NEDERLAND

Funding Instrument: DCI - Environment and sustainable management of natural resources including energy

Benefitting zone: Tanzania

 

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