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Forest Governance Learning Group - Tanzania 2012 work plan
The Forest Governance Learning Group is an informal alliance of in-country groups and international partners currently active in seven African and three Asian countries. We aim to connect those marginalised from forest governance to those controlling it, and to help both do things better.
In 2012, FGLG-Tanzania will be continuing their governance work around the Mama Misitu campaign, including putting together a documentary to publicise their findings on the illegal timber trade between Tanzania and Mozambique, and inputting into a synthesis of evidence and opinion on the China-Africa timber trade. As this work plan shows, they will also be engaging in REDD dialogues and pilot projects, sharing experience on lessons learned.
The Forest Governance Learning Group aims to connect forest-dependent people who are marginalised from forest governance with those who control it.
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