Like other countries globally, Tanzania has been facing several challenges related to climate change that threaten livelihoods of its citizens and socio-economic development at large. In 2012, the country formulated its first National Climate Change Strategy (NCCS) aiming at enhancing technical and institutional capacity of the country to address the impacts of climate change. The NCCS was developed in response to the growing concern of the negative impact
of climate change on the country’s social, economic, ecological, and physical environment The NCCS covered adaptation, mitigation and cross-cutting interventions that focused on enabling Tanzania to tackle challenges emanated from climate change at all fronts.
Read more: NCCRS 2021-2026_ Final_PK