With the support of two CTA consultants, a learning journey and documentation process took place in the OLENGEPA villages, in the Kiteto District in Tanzania, during the first days of June 2018. This was planned to help show the ongoing reforms which are securing women’s land access and ownership, a responsible land investment and sustainable rangelands management, and to help appreciate the innovative partnership behind these results.
Farm Radio International has been working with CTA to analyse and share results from IUCN’s SUSTAIN project in Tanzania . After the documentation workshop we had in April in Kilombero, in the Morogoro region, FRI took the lead to transform the information gathered at the workshop into radio programmes. These are already being broadcast.
Farm Radio International (FRI) contacted CTA in 2017, as it was preparing an experience capitalisation and sharing project with IUCN, and wanted to bring CTA’s experience to the proposal. IUCN was interested in describing and analysing the work of the SUSTAIN programme currently running in Tanzania, and in sharing the results widely through interactive radio programmes. The process started in March 2018.
CTA was contacted by representatives of IFAD's East and Southern Africa division, interested in a capitalization exercise that would help them describe and analyse the activities and results of the Public, Private, Producer Partnerships (4Ps) in the value chain development projects in the region.
A capitalization process started with representatives of some of the member organizations of the East Africa Farmers Federation. The first workshop was in November, 2016, the second in March 2017.
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