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 countries that were not required to restrict their emissions. Tanzania signed the protocol in 2002.
This policy brief specifically examines the GHG emission reduction targets; the proposed adaptation and mitigation measures; Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) implementation readiness; as well as outlines opportunities for enhancing NDC implementation in Tanzania. This brief also provides some relevant policy recommendations for Tanzania.
This policy brief presents the summary of the findings from the Round 8 of the Afrobarometer survey conducted in Tanzania in March-April 2021 concerning citizens’ perceptions on the free movement of people within East African borders. An increasing number of Tanzanians in both urban and rural areas support free movement of people for trade and […]
Tanzanians have mixed views on free cross-border trade but support government autonomy in handling its internal affairs
On this Policy Brief, the findings as picked from the Afrobarometer Survey Round 8 conducted in March and April 2021 show that Tanzanians are divided on supporting free trade. They, however, value the need of having controlled foreign traders in the country. Read the full details into this brief as linked further below. REPOA is […]
The 2022-23 Business Climate Survey for Nordic Companies in Tanzania is a joint initiative of the Embassies of Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and REPOA. The survey is based on a mixed methods assessment of firms drawn from a non-probability sample of 99 firms operating in Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar. The survey was carried out between […]
On this Policy Brief, the findings as picked from the Afrobarometer Survey Round 8 reveal that Tanzanians value more independent pursuit of development than conditional foreign financing. REPOA is Tanzania’s Afrobarometer country partner. The following are the key policy recommendations: Please read the full details of this Afrobarometer survey related brief just below…