ESKi Tanzania event Docket

Background The extractive sector in Tanzania and East Africa in general is expanding and projected to be a major contributor to the  national economy and rural livelihoods. Despite this potential, the sector experiences a range of challenges including environmental, social, cultural, and human rights which all negatively affect equitable sharing of the benefits accrued  from […]

Fundamentals of Community led Advocacy in Mining, Oil and Gas Governance: The Pilot Class!

HakiRasilimali and MS TCDC (conveners) have co-created a course that will result in extractive host communities’ ability to push for demand-side driven advocacy agendas, hence influencing sectoral Policies and Practices. A team of subject experts was involved in designing the course curriculum and modules, which were later validated by key stakeholders and trainers. We are […]

Popular version:Extractive Resources-Industrialization linkages: Opportunities, Challenges and Lessons for Tanzania

This popular version https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=030AFC9F7C7396AC&id=30AFC9F7C7396AC%2111073&parId=30AFC9F7C7396AC%2110816&o=OneUp provides highlights of the major issues as identified in  a research report https://www.hakirasilimali.or.tz/extractive-resources-industrialisation-linkages-opportunities-challenges-and-lessons-for-tanzania/ SUMMARY Since at least the mid-2000s, extractive resource politics in Tanzania took a turn to a more resource nationalist governance framework with the Tanzanian government seeking not only to increase fiscal benefits from resource extraction but also to […]