FECE implements several projects which enhances climate change resilience and contributes to inclusive sustainable development

On-going Project

Enhancing Climate Change Adaptation for Agro-pastoral communities in Kongwa District, Tanzania.

This is a 3-year project (2021-2024) funded by Adaptation Fund with the following objectives:

  • Enhancing climate resilient rural water supply system in vulnerable agro-pastoral communities at Mtanana and Ugogoni wards
  • Transformation of exploitive agro-pastoral practices to diversified climate smart and sustainable livelihoods
  • Improving ecological functions to sustain climate sensitive livelihoods in Kongwa District
  • Strengthening capacities of institutions, extension services and trainers to reduce risks associated with climate- induced livelihood failures in Kongwa district

Completed Projects

Enhancing Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change on Food Security and Environment Conservation Through use of Photovoltaic Pumps for Irrigation in Bahi district

This project  empowered  300 women and 200 Men and 100 youth  through drilling bore holes which were fitted with solar pumps. The boreholes supplied water to the irrigation systems which were installed into the farms. The women, men and youth benefitted through sales of horticultural crops which were grown under the established irrigation scheme

Promotion of access to and adoption of cleaner cook stoves for rural and peri- urban poor in Bukoba district.

Promotion of access to and adoption of cleaner cook stoves for rural and peri-urban poor is crucial for several reasons.  Significantly improving public health by reducing indoor air pollution, thus lowering the risk of respiratory diseases, particularly among women and children. It contributes to environmental sustainability by reducing the demand for biomass fuels, mitigating deforestation, and lowering greenhouse gas emissions. It enhances economic empowerment by reducing household expenses on cooking fuel, thereby freeing up resources for other essential needs and investments in education and livelihoods. Overall, cleaner cook stoves represent a pivotal solution for addressing health, environmental, and economic challenges faced by marginalized communities in Bukoba District.

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