Complexities of Ruvuma landscape and the scenario planning process



Posted on 08 January 2014  | 
Participants in the scenario planning meeting for the Ruvuma landscape in group work
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Songea. “When we started this meeting three days ago people looked confused, frustrated and lost, but at the end of the meeting they felt informed and empowered,” said Mr Watson Nganiwa, assistant administrative secretary for economic and production sector in Ruvuma Region.

Mr Nganiwa made his observation at the end of a three-day meeting on scenario planning process for the Ruvuma landscape, a trans-frontier area of approximately 280,000 square kilometres flanking the Ruvuma River south of Tanzania and north of Mozambique, held at Heritage Cottage between December 12 and 14, last year.

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Participants in the scenario planning meeting for the Ruvuma landscape in group work
© Lucas Liganga Enlarge

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