Don’t miss the Webinar on Strengthening Climate Resilience;Lessons learned from 5 Eco-villages in Tanzania

Webinar Heifer Ecovillage Webinar STRENGTHENING CLIMATE RESILIENCE Lessons learned from 5 Ecovillages in Tanzania Initiated by Heifer Nederland Tuesday April 2nd | 12.00 – 12.45 EAT | 11.00 – 11.45 CEST | check local timings here In Tanzania the European Union has funded 5 pilot projects, to test different integrated climate resilience approaches. These so-called

Heifer International Tanzania Participates at the Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania’s (ALAT) Annual General Meeting.

    Heifer Tanzania’s Country Director, Ms. Leticia Mpuya presenting at ALAT’s meeting Heifer International Tanzania through its Igunga Eco- Village Project has shared its work to participants at the ALAT Annual General meeting. The meeting was held in Dodoma City from September 24th to September 28th, 2018. This meeting gathered approximately 500 participants from

Igunga Eco- Village Project Enables adaptation to Climate Resilient Technologies at Farmers’ Day Exhibition

                          Visitors learning on how the rope pump works Farmers attending Farmers’ Day exhibition commonly known as “Nane nane” in Tanzania have adapted to some climate resilient technologies demonstrated during the Nane nane week at Tabora region in Tanzania. The technologies were exhibited

The Igunga Eco-Village Project Shares Climate Change Adaptation Technologies to the Regional Consultative Committee Members

Project staff,Vincent Mallya and Goodluck Estomih presenting at the RCC meeting The Igunga Eco-Village project has participated at the Tabora Regional Consultative Committee (RCC) meeting and reached out to over 120 key Officials for Tabora region with the knowledge on Climate change adaptation technologies. The meeting chaired by the Regional Commissioner for Tabora Region, Hon.

Parliamentarians Commends Igunga Eco-village efforts in Environmental Conservation.

Parliamentarians together with Heifer International Tanzania’s staff Tanzanian Parliamentary Committee on Industry, Trade and Environment has commended the Igunga Eco-Village project efforts in environmental conservation at Igunga District of Tanzania. The praises were given at the project forum with this Parliamentary Committee on Saturday 28th October 2017 in Dodoma Region where a total of 13

The Igunga Eco-village project attract visitors at the Farmer’s Day in Tanzania (Nane nane)

The Igunga Eco-Village project in collaboration with the Igunga District Council has joined other stakeholders in commemorating the Farmers Day (Nane nane) in Tabora region. The farmers Day exhibition started from August 1st to August 8th, 2017 whereby the project activities were displayed at the Igunga District Council’s pavilion. The project used this avenue to