South-South Learning Leads to Better Climate Planning in Tanzania | World Bank Institute (WBI)

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(c) Alexandra Humme, Tanzania landscape

March 19, 2012— Tanzania's economy largely depends on agriculture. But climate change affects local farmers in their daily life and impacts the economy at large. Other developing countries face similar challenges. Many of them have undertaken major climate change initiatives. A South-South learning event with Namibia, Mexico, South Africa and Zambia helped Tanzania to prepare its own national climate change strategy.

The event was funded through the World Bank's South-South Experience Exchange Facility which is managed by the World Bank Institute.

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