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 […]

From Legal Reform to Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa-NRGI Resource Index

Many sub-Saharan countries have made significant legal reforms in oil, gas and mining over the past decades. The Resource Governance Index shows that in all but two countries, there is an “implementation gap” between what laws say and how resource governance works in practice. This keeps countries from realizing the dividends of investments they have […]

COMMUNIQUE OF THE 5TH TANZANIA EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES CONFERENCE

We, HakiRasilimali, a platform of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working on strategic issues around minerals, oil and gas extraction in Tanzania, having shared experiences on the problems facing Tanzania and other African countries at the 5th Tanzania Extractive Industries Conference held in Dodoma on the 2nd and 3rd of November, 2017: Affirm that resources of […]

Report:Balancing Infrastructure Development and Community Livelihoods

Discovery of significant quantities of natural gas in Tanzania since 2010 has necessitated the construction of relevant infrastructure-pipelines, processing plants and gas to electricity plants-to monetize the resource. While the discovery presents enormous potential for lifting Tanzania out of poverty and improving energy security. Such infrastructure projects are also associated with risk to community livelihood. […]