Empowering Communities through Training on Participatory Forest Management, REDD+ and Climate Change Initiatives” (ECOPRC) is the project “to build the capacity of community groups in Tanzania to manage their resources more sustainably and profitably” and to enhance the sustainable management of Tanzania’s forest resources in ways that maximize social, economic, and environmental and governance benefits for communities engaged in Participatory Forest Management, REDD+ and climate change initiatives.
Output 1: PFM, REDD+ and climate change capacity building program is developed and institutionalized at FTI through an experiential and adaptive learning approach.
Output 2: District council and NGO staff become more effective in the delivery of PFM, REDD+ and climate change initiatives services and accountable to their clients.
Output 3: The skills and knowledge of village leadership to undertake sustainable PFM, REDD+ and climate change are improved.
Output 4: Opportunities for practitioners, implementers, and decision makers to review and reform the PFM, REDD+ and climate change policy environment are identified and supported.
Output 5: FTI infrastructures for effective training are improved