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Assessing the Capacity of Civil Society in Tanzania to Support Sustainable Financing and Related Actions for the Conservation of Priority Key Biodiversity Areas and Corridors
Grantee Name: 
Capacity Building and Leadership Institute
HOTSPOT
AMOUNT
US$19,857
DATES
Feb 2014
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Jun 2014
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
AMOUNT
US$19,857
DATES
Feb 2014
-
Jun 2014

Identify the areas in which Tanzanian civil society organizations (CSOs) need to build capacity, in order to be able to initiate and support sustainable financing and related actions for the conservation of CEPF priority key biodiversity areas (KBAs) and corridors in the country. The capacity assessment exercise will describe the 10 Tanzanian CSOs most likely to contribute to the conservation of priority KBAs and corridors; review their capacity needs; produce a capacity development plan; and raise awareness among stakeholders and donors interested in supporting CSO capacity development within Tanzania of the main barriers to capacity development.

Strategic Direction: 3 Initiate and support sustainable financing and related actions for the conservation of priority KBAs and corridors.