Land, agriculture and sustainable food systems

An impact learning brief from CARE International in Tanzania

This paper describes learning and evidence from CARE's work in Tanzania to support sustainable, productive, equitable and resilient agriculture systems for small-scale producers.

Projects discussed include the Forest Management Project in Zanzibar; the Global Water Initiative; the Where the Rain Falls Project; the Mitigating of Climate Change in Agriculture Pilot; the Hillside Conservation Agriculture Project; the WE_RISE project; the Pathways Project; the Ardhi Yetu Programme; the Pastoralist Programme; the Mobile Application to Secure Tenure (MAST) Pilot. The paper concludes that these projects demonstrate that rights-based approaches are critical for building resilience among the most vulnerable agricultural livelihoods.

  • Countries: Tanzania, United Republic of
  • Published: July 2016

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