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2022
This document comprises recommendations based on research and consultations with DRR and anticipatory action stakeholders in Malawi, UR Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and the SADC regional authority.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Netherlands Red Cross Anticipation Hub European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection DG Southern African Development Community
DARAJA presentation
On 25 May 2022, the “DARAJA: The inclusive city – community forecasting and early warning service” was presented by Resurgence at the Ignite Stage during the Global Platform 2022.
Resurgence United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Tanzania is among the priority countries benefitting from the implementation of WHO Emergency Preparedness and Response projects that aim to promote multisectoral convergence of resources and skills for rapid and efficient response to a disaster.
World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa
Aerial view of a greened Dar es Saalam informal settlement
The study suggests that increasing temperatures under climate change are likely to be a significant risk to human health in Africa, as many cities may have similar features as Dar es Salaam, increasing the heat vulnerability of informal settlements.
Conversation Media Group, the
Cover of the GCRF-AFRICAP final report
2022
Working in Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zambia, the project built actionable evidence around climate-resilient pathways and transformations, and capacities for the translation of this evidence into both policy and practice.
University of Leeds
WFP Critical Corporate Initiative - Climate response analysis Tanzania
2021
WFP and partners have undertaken an analysis of climate risks in Tanzania and recommended programmes to address identified risks.
World Food Programme
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2021
This paper analyses rainfall variability and trends for better climate risk management in the major agro-ecological zones in Tanzania.
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research
The catastrophic mudflow destroyed a road between national parks Manyara and Ngorongoro. Car traffic was restored on the same day in Tanzania
In April 2018, cities across Tanzania experienced severe flooding, which displaced over 2,000 households in the country’s commercial capital of Dar es Salaam. By one estimate, the flooding in Dar es Salaam affected up to 1.7 million people.
World Bank, the
Climate change is driving millions of people into hunger. On World Food Day, we’re highlighting simple solutions that give communities sustainable access to food – and hope.
Action Against Hunger International
Aircraft dropping fire retardant as it battles a wildfire
Feeling overwhelmed by the latest U.N. climate report? Here are some clever solutions that are tackling the climate crisis
Thomson Reuters Foundation, trust.org