Tanzania, United Republic of
Eastern Africa
Tanzania’s Climate Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF)

To comply with the requirements of the transparency framework under the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

GEF project grant
USD 1.144.000
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Implementing agencies

Project outcomes

Outcome 1. The Government of Tanzania adopts formal institutional arrangements for the national MRV system and and stakeholders have increased access to national climate data, climate policies and action.

Outcome 2. Government and relevant stakeholders contribute to maintain state of the art GHG inventories, and to track and report progress in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) implementation, on Mitigation, Vulnerability & Adaptation (V&A) as well as support needed and received.


Vice President's Office, Division of Environment (VPO - DOE)

Second Vice President's Office, Zanzibar 

National Environment Management Council (NEMC), Dar es Salaam

Zanzibar Environment Management Authority (ZEMA)

National Carbon Monitoring Center (NCMC), Morogoro

Sokoine University of Agriculture

Ministry of Energy and Minerals

Ministry of Finance and Planning 

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) 

Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority

Tanzania Forest Services Agency

National Bureau of Statistics 

Ministry of Transport

Ministry of Community Development, Gender and Children

Ministry of Water and Irrigation

Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism 

Ministry of Agriculture

Tanzania Meteorological Agency 


Climate Action Network (CAN)

Tanzania Traditional Energy Development Organisation (TaTEDO)

Tanzania Private Sector Foundation

Uongozi institute (Institute of African Leadership for Sustainable Development)

Knowledge Management Approaches

The VPO - DOE, as the national focal point coordinating climate change action in Tanzania, will be leading the management of information and knowledge products resulting from the different project activities and will also provide regular update on those activities to the different agencies and ministries.

So as to ensure appropriate outreach and dissemination of project results, a strategy will be implemented on two different fronts: at the global and at the national levels. Regarding international peer-exchange and outreach, the VPO- DOE will rely on the links with the Global CBIT Coordination Platform to share lessons learned, disseminate project results and participate in peer-exchange activities, as outlined in project Output 2.3 (refer to the Proposed alternative scenario section for further details). At the national scale, the VPO - DOE will develop and implement a plan to reach out to ministries, agencies and other relevant national  stakeholders on a regular basis to share findings, results and project deliverables, including through the centralized national climate information platform
developed as part of project Output 2.1 (refer to further details in the Proposed alternative scenario section).

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Tanzania, United Republic of
Eastern Africa
Ratification of UNFCCC
17 . Apr . 1996
Kyoto Protocol
26 . Aug . 2002
Paris Agreement
18 . May . 2018
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