Dialogues in Tanzania
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dialogues in Tanzania
Reports and Status Reviews
Specific Reference Material
Agenda 21, agreed at
the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, called on all countries to introduce national
strategies for sustainable development (nssd). Since then, two international
targets have been set: a Special Session of the UN General Assembly (Rio +5)
set a target date of 2002 for nssds to be introduced; while the OECD Development
Assistance Committee (DAC) has set a target date of 2005 for nssds to be in
the process of implementation.
To assist in meeting
these targets, the OECD/DAC initiated a project to develop policy guidance for
development assistance agencies on the development and implementation of nssds.
This project, 'OECD/DAC Donor-Developing Country Dialogues on National Strategies
for Sustainable Development', involves a review of experience with nssds (and
other strategies for environment and development) in a number of developing
countries, on the basis of consultations with a range of stakeholders. The project
focuses in particular on the kinds of processes and conditions required to make
nssds work in practice.
Country Reports and Status Reviews in Tanzania
Developing country dialogues on national strategies for sustainable development
(nssd). Mid-term review workshop, Thailand, 9-14 October 2000. Tanzania:
This brief report
is divided into six sections. Section one which is the introduction
is followed by a presentation of objectives and the focus of the status
review in section two. Section three and four present the key actors
in the status review as well as the approach and activities carried
out to-date respectively. Section five points out activities which have
been completed and those ongoing. Section six provides the results and
lessons learnt from the status review exercise. Section seven presents
a brief note on "meeting the objectives".
Office. Planning Commission. National Strategies for Sustainable Development
(NSSDs). Stakeholders Field Dialogue
and Workshop Report. Mbeya
Region. Dar es Salaam. December, 2000
Country on National Strategies for Sustainable Development A
Brief Progress Report for the Period from September – December, 2000
Stakeholders’ Workshop Report on NSSDs Dialogues in Mbeya Region,
Mbeya Vocational Training and Service Centre, December 1-2, 2000
Profiles of 23 reviewed strategies and initiatives for sustainable development.
Donor-Developing Country Dialogues on National Strategies for Sustainable
Dialogue Report for Tanzania
Workshop of the OECD/DAC Donor-Developing Country Dialogues on National
Strategies for Sustainable Development. Santa
Cruz de lasierra, Bolivia. 12-16 February, 2001. Summary
of the Country Dialogue Report for Tanzania
DONOR-Developing Country Dialogues on National Strategies for Sustainable
Development. Country Dialogue Report
for Tanzania. Final Report. March
The National Strategies
for Sustainable Development (NSSDs) programme is an effort at looking
into the status of various strategies formulated in the Country after
the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The purpose is to establish
the status of the strategies in terms of the content, approaches used
to formulate them as well as the extent of implementation. It is anticipated
that this process would result in developing guidelines on how Tanzania
can formulate and implement better strategies for sustainable development
and how donors can assist Tanzania in this initiative.
This report includes
stakeholders’ contributions which were made during the workshops held
in Mbeya from December 1 to 2nd, 2000 and Arusha from January
25 to 26th, 2001. The report is divided into seven sections.
Section one which is the introduction is followed by the conceptual
understanding and a presentation of the conditions for planning for
sustainable development in section two and three respectively. Section
four presents the planning framework and section five presents information
used in planning. The relationships between sustainable development
and donors is discussed in section six. Conclusions and recommendations
are provided in section seven.
straight to the conclusions