Assessing the Evidence: Climate Change and Migration in the United Republic of Tanzania


The majority of Tanzanians live in rural areas and depend on rain-fed smallholder farms that are expected to suffer significant impacts as a consequence of climate change. This report focuses mainly on the internal, rural-to-rural migration flows that are still prevalent in the country. It provides an analysis of the existing research on both climate change and migration in the country. The main findings establish a first evidence base for future policymaking and investigation in the country.

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