The Internet has the potential to improve public administration, service
delivery, and citizen engagement (Castells, 2009; Chadwick, 2006,
2013). In the early 2000s, the Tanzania government adopted online
government information provision and established the technical
standards and guidelines for government websites in 2014 (United
Republic of Tanzania, 2014). E-information stands for provision of
information via government websites and social media pages. The latest
research shows that the government ministries provide many einformation opportunities, and citizens utilise them, but some other
critical information is missing on their websites.
Tanzania’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) – An Overview of Progress, Opportunities and Prospects
However, the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was adopted in 1997 and entered into force in 2005. It was the first attempt to commit industrialized countries (known as Annex 1 signatories) to limit and reduce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, while other signatories (non-Annex 1) consisting mostly of developing […]
Climate finance refers to the financial resources mobilized to fund actions that aim at mitigating the impacts of climate change, reducing vulnerability, and increasing the resilience of human and ecological systems to negative impacts of climate change. Climate finance remains central to achieving low-carbon, climate-resilient development. This policy brief specifically examines Climate Finance Flows and […]
This is the second of a three-part series of policy briefs presenting findings of the main research report “Institutional and Operational Bottlenecks in Rice Value Chains and Export in Tanzania: The Case of Mbeya Rice Producers and Traders.” Through the EU-ACP TradeCom II Programme, the study is part of the “Targeted support to strengthen capacity […]
This is the first of a three-part series of policy briefs presenting findings of the main research report “Institutional and Operational Bottlenecks in Rice Value Chains and Export in Tanzania: The Case of Mbeya Rice Producers and Traders.” Through the EU-ACP TradeCom II Programme, the study is part of the “Targeted support to strengthen capacity of policy makers, exporters, and trade associations to assess and review trade and related economic policies to promote trade competitiveness and diversification for widening trading opportunities with the EU’’ - project implemented by REPOA and ISS-Erasmus.