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Collectivizing Village Land Use Planning for Women’s and Youth Participation in and Benefits from Tanzanian Watershed Management

To address environmental challenges in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor (SAGCOT) region of Tanzania, the CARE-WWF Alliance designed a conservation and development program with a key focus on integrated land and water management (ILWM) through innovation related to the collectivization of the government of Tanzania’s Village Land Use Planning (VLUP) process.

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