Sustainable Commercial Forestry - Serving People & the Environment

REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS


Report
African Forestry Bi Annual Newsletter

Participatory Plantation Forestry Programme (PFP 2)

MAKETE FOREST RESOURCES MARKET SYSTEM ASSESSMENT Report author Eliya Mtupile (Market System Development Specialist) This report focuses on the findings, Most tree growers and SMEs in rural areas of the Southern Highlands are running at loss, but are unable to determine that fact. They have a limited business mindset as they lack basic knowledge of either bookkeeping or cash flow and oftentimes mix personal and business incomes together. Furthermore, they are not organised, so it is difficult for them to access information related to markets, inputs, and finances or to collectively bargain. They also lack exposure to the importance of using good-quality planting materials and best forest management practices to increase yields.

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Publication
NATIONAL FOREST POLICY IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (2021-2031)

The government approved the National Forest Policy (NFP) in 1998 to spearhead the development of forest sector in Tanzania. Later in 2001, the National Forest Programme (NFP) (2001 - 2010) was endorsed as a tool to implement the NFP and enhance coordination of sectoral stakeholders, and to enable financing and implementation of planned development interventions.

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Report
IMPROVED TREE SEED PRODUCTION MANUAL.

Report authors; Christopher Komakech, Ladislaus Nshubemuki, Rahel Jonas Swai and Anastazia Samweli Kasese. Plantation forestry resources are managed for the production of both timber and non-timber forestry products (NTFPs). The quality of these end-products is determined by both the quality of the germplasm used in the initial establishment of the plantations and the management practices applied to the planted trees.

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HUMAN RIGHT BASED APPROACH AND GENDER SITUATIONAL ASSESSMENT A CASE STUDY OF MAKETE DISTRICTS.

Report Author one – Dr Marjo Paavola Report Author two – Joyce Msigwa Other contributors – Dr Huruma Sigalla. The purpose of this document is to help PFP 2 become a more participation-oriented programme with a greater focus on the human rights-based approach (HRBA). In line with the expectation that PFP 2 will be a human rights-progressive programme, this document demonstrates that the application of human rights is a process and that the partial integration of HRBA is one of the expected results of the programme. The framework for the PFP 2’s HRBA is as follows.

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A Forth national report on implementation of convection on biological diversity.

Tanzania has two main types of forest namely natural, and plantation forests. Natural forests found in Tanzania are of three main types namely miombo woodlands, montane forests and mangroves. According to the National Forest Programme - NFP (2001).

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