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Resilience and Poverty Escapes
Projects | February 2018
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Better urban growth in Tanzania: a preliminary exploration of the opportunities and challenges
Working and discussion papers | August 2017 | Leah Worrall, Sarah Colenbrander, Ian Palmer, Fortunata Makene, Desmond Mushi, Tausi Kida, Mussa Martine and Nick Godfrey
This report provides an overview of the institutional, policy and financing landscape shaping Tanzania’s urban areas.
Improving local governance and service delivery
Public event | 22 June 2017 10:00 - 11:30 GMT+1 (BST)
This event explores the latest debates, evidence and practice on social accountability, civil society advocacy and local government service delivery.
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What drives reform? Making sanitation a political priority in secondary cities
Research reports and studies | January 2017 | Clare Cummings, Ian Langdown, Tom Hart and Mariana Matoso, with John Lubuva and Hilda Kisela
Using lessons learnt from history, this report outlines how secondary cities in Tanzania and elsewhere can improve urban sanitation.
Good governance, local government, accountability and service delivery in Tanzania
Working and discussion papers | October 2016 | Anna Mdee and Lisa Thorley
This paper sets out the context of good governance, local governance, accountability and local service delivery in Tanzania.
What policy lessons can be learnt from cases of pro-poorest growth?
Working and discussion papers | July 2016 | Written by Andrew Shepherd, Chiara Mariotti and Laura Rodriguez-Takeuchi
This comparative analysis argues that pro-poorest growth is likely to be necessary to achieve the first Sustainable Development Goal target of eradicating extreme poverty.
Measuring subjective household resilience: insights from Tanzania
Working and discussion papers | June 2016 | Lindsey Jones and Emma Samman
Could using a subjective approach to measuring household resilience be useful? This paper offers insights from a survey carried out in Tanzania.
African countries spending to meet the Paris climate promise
| 13 May 2016 | Neil Bird
Based on ODIs work on public spending on climate change this blog argues that for the Paris Agreement to have impact it must become embedded in national development processes.
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Public spending on climate change in Africa: experiences from Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda
Research reports and studies | May 2016 | Neil Bird, Felix Asante, Simon Bawakyillenuo, Nella Canales Trujillo, Zewdu Eshetu, Godber Tumushabe, Pius Yanda, Marigold Norman, Cynthia Addoquaye Tagoe, Aklilu Amsalu, Nicholas Ashiabi, Deograsias Mushi, Tony Muhumza, Adolphine Kateka, Belay Simane.
Based on studies in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana and Tanzania, this publication describes the extent to which public expenditure responds to national climate change policy.
Supporting the preparation of Tanzania's second Five-Year Development Plan (FYDP II)
Briefing papers | May 2016 | Neil Balchin, Tim Kelsall, Blandina Kilama, Alberto Lemma, Maximiliano Mendez-Parra, Donald Mmari, Dirk Willem te Velde, Sam Wangwe and Leah Worrall
Tanzania needs a radically different approach in order to seize the opportunities for industrialisation. This report examines how it might develop one.
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