Climate Services and Justice

We find most of Tanzania communities becoming more vulnerable due to increasing weather and climate unpredictability. Increased drought and prolonged rainy seasons resulting to floods have continued to impact more climate sensitive livelihood activities such as agriculture, livestock keeping, fisheries, tourism and mining. We thus team up with government institutions, CSOs and developmental partners for climate services provision as a key early warning system to avoid drought and flood related vulnerabilities and impacts.  In addition, due to increased climate stressors more of the poor communities become displaced from their homelands and families. Inadequacy of legislation linked to human rights for their displacement scenarios continues to haem more people in Tanzania. TACSS in collaboration with key human rights stakeholders works for the better future in relation to climate related displacements