Delegation of the European Union to the
UN and other international organisations in Geneva

Eco-Village Adaptation to Climate Change in Central Tanzania (EcoACT project)

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Environment and Climate Action

The project encompasses the eco-village approach, and strives to increase and diversify incomes, and strengthen resilience and reduce vulnerability to climate change.

Margaret Maligana in Central Tanzania grows sorghum, a drought-resistant crop to adapt to the negative impacts of climate change.

 

Key Information:

Sector: Climate Change

Lead Partner: Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP)

Other Partners: TOAM, MAMADO, Tanzania Agriculture Research Institute - Hombolo (TARI - Hombolo),   DONET, Dodoma MC, Chamwino DC

Budget: EUR 1,999,802 (EU funding 1,599,809)

Duration: 2015- 2019

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