The PDT members and other invited participants on the group photo during a 17th PDT meeting which took place on 17th January 2019 at Ubungo Plaza,
Dar es Salaam.
On 17th January 2019, The Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS), Tanzania Project Delivery Team (PDT) organized an extended PDT with invitees from UN agencies, NGO’s and Sector Ministries with the aim of obtaining needs and suggestions for effective implementation of the NFCS.
During the opening of the meeting, the acting PDT Chair Mr. Juvenal Kisanga appreciated the participation of the invited participants ‘I appreciate the participation of NGOs, Sector Ministries, and Development partners as I believe they have crucia role in succesfuly implementation of the NFCS, and their presence will assist in gathering needs, ideas and suggestions for efective implementation of the NFCS’ said Mr. Kisanga.
Invited participants were from President Offices’-Regional,Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG), Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries (MoLF), World Bank, TANESCO, Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA) and Climate Action Network TZ (CANTZ) and Centre for Community Initiatives TZ (CCItz) .
On the other hand, PDT received progress reports on implementation of GFCS APA phase II from Tanzania Red Cross Society (TRCS), Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA), World Food Programme (WFP) and Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC), and encourage other project partners to speed up implementation of agreed activities. The PDT was also briefed about the TADMAC meeting, which was held on 4th January 2019. Dr. Agnes Kijazi, the Director General of Tanzania Meteorological Agency, and Ms. Mecklina Merchades, the GFCS Desk Officer attended the meeting and presented a progress report on the implementation of GFCS Phase II.
PDT is responsible for monitoring progress on programme activities, planning and implementing joint activities, which normally meets quarterly and consists of participants from Tanzania Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Vice President Office (VPO), Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC), Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), World Health Organization (WHO), World Food Program (WFP-TZ), Tanzania RedCross Society (TRCS) and Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA).
Released by: Monica Mutoni, Communication Officer, TMA