Tanzania

Using remote sensing to improve wildlife connectivity in Tanzania’s agricultural corridors

Using remote sensing to improve wildlife connectivity in Tanzania’s agricultural corridors

Pablo Cisneros-Araujo and Miguel Ramirez-Lopez, two former MSc students linked to the Development Corridors Partnership (DCP) from Copenhagen University, share their experience of working with the DCP in Tanzania. Their collaborative work resulted in the publication of this scientific paper in the journal Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. The search for research with practical, …

9 women of the Development Corridors Partnership creating pathways for sustainable and equitable African futures

9 women of the Development Corridors Partnership creating pathways for sustainable and equitable African futures

This International Women’s Day, we shine the spotlight on 9 women within the Development Corridors Partnership (DCP) who provide leadership and expertise, both global and local, to the implementation of development corridors that carry positive outcomes for the people and biodiversity of Kenya and Tanzania.    It is widely recognized that gender equality is a …

Imaginaries of development corridors: Delivering the Sustainable Development Goals through development corridors in East Africa

Imaginaries of development corridors: Delivering the Sustainable Development Goals through development corridors in East Africa

Authors: Kate Elizabeth Gannon, Laetitia Pettinotti, Declan Conway, Swenja Surminski, Edward Ndilhana, and Tobias Nyumba (Originally published on 14th December, 2020, as a post on https://www.lse.ac.uk/granthaminstitute/publication/imaginaries-of-development-corridors-delivering-the-sustainable-development-goals-through-development-corridors-in-east-africa/. See the full working paper here.) Development corridors are focal points for national and international development investment in East Africa, and national governments are directing their limited public sector …

DCP holds its Internal Mid-Term Conference :  22nd – 25th Sep 2020

DCP holds its Internal Mid-Term Conference : 22nd – 25th Sep 2020

As the Development Corridors Partnership (DCP) nears its final year (2021), over 40 researchers and project partners from 11 institutions in Kenya, Tanzania, China and the UK met for an internal mid-term conference, held semi-virtually from 22nd – 25th of Sep 2020. This global virtual meeting replaced DCP’s initial plan to host an in-person Midterm …

Early strategizing to achieve impact: using Kumu across a multi-country project

Early strategizing to achieve impact: using Kumu across a multi-country project

By Sicily Fiennes (Intern/UNEP-WCMC) UNEP-WCMC is leading the process to map and visualise research taking place across 4 country teams, within the GCRF Development Corridors Partnership. We are critically considering the proposed outputs and planning plausible ways that these could lead to outcomes and longer-term impacts. By taking this approach, we hope to better fill …

Read our Scoping Study for Tanzania

Read our Scoping Study for Tanzania

We recently completed our scoping study for Tanzania. It provides an over-arching view of development corridors in Tanzania, and how they are implemented. We identify key capacity and research gaps in development corridor decision making. We also identify key actors, stakeholders, policies and challenges in some of the largest development corridor projects in Tanzania. This …