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Flagship Events GGP

A core component of the activities of the UONGOZI Institute to support sustainable development is the Green Growth Platform (GGP). Launched in 2010, GGP aims to increase awareness and understanding of issues related to green growth and its potential for Tanzania’s development.

The Platform brings together diverse stakeholders from Government, the private sector, civil society, academia and development partners to discuss common challenges facing Tanzania and identify mutually beneficial solutions. In this way, the GGP is a proactive tool for creating cross-sectoral linkages, building long-term social capital and promoting economic and social wellbeing, while safeguarding the ecosystems and environment that sustain us all.

Each event combines dialogue on critical issues for environmental protection and sustainable development with field excursions to enable participants to observe and learn first-hand: what the reality is, what is being done, what the results are, the challenges encountered and how they are being solved. This approach allows participants to more fully understand and internalise the challenges and solutions discussed.

Several events have been convened since the GGP’s establishment in 2013. These have been under the patronage of the Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania. H.E. Philip Isdor Mpango follows H.E. Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan and H.E. Dr. Mohammed Gharib Bilal as patron.

ORGANISATION

The GGP is convened by a patron, with organisation being managed by UONGOZI Institute.

GGP Patron

H.E. Philip Isdor Mpango

Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania

Safeguarding the environment for future generations

Vice President Hassan: Immediate measures are needed to curb deforestation and depletion of water resources

Minister Maghembe: Best practices for silviculture and plantation management are based on scientific evidence

Vice President Bilal: Urban policies should be an integral part of environmental and economic policies

Discover more about deliberations by prominent leaders and experts

Reports

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Blue economy for socio-economic development and environmental conservation in Zanzibar

This report provides edited highlights of a dialogue on “Blue economy for socio-economic development and environmental conservation in Zanzibar”. The event was organised by UONGOZI Institute in collaboration with the Ministry for the Blue Economy and Fisheries (Zanzibar),UNDP and UNEP.

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