LECIDE

LECIDE is a non-governmental organization registered on 17 July 2015 in accordance with Act No. 24 of 2002.
LECIDE is the Land, Environment, Community Initiatives and Development conclusions that the Land, Environment, Social and Development are interpreted.
This Non-Governmental Organization has been registered under the Department of Social Development in the Ministry of Health, Social Development, Gender, Elderly and Children.
The organization has begun working on community support in August 2016.

LECIDE SYSTEM


The solidarity organization with branches all over the country, with the aim of promoting the economic, ideal environment and well-being of all Tanzanians.


OBJECTIVE


LECIDE intends to be a leader in helping, developing a socially economical and economic community for rural and rural people.


PURPOSE FOR ESTABLISHING LECIDE

  1. Educate the Tanzanian community about the importance of maintaining sustainable environment.
  2. Writing Articles, reports, web sites and surveys on land administration, environment, economy to exchange experience with various stakeholders.
  3. Supporting low-and-mid-income communities, urban and rural areas in planning, utilizing land, managing copyright, appreciation, solving land disputes and land development.
  4. Supporting low-and-mid-income communities, urban and rural areas in planning, utilizing, managing copyright, appreciation, solving land disputes and land development.
  5. Seeking money from the government, donors, and personal projects to implement the LECIDE goals.
  6. Support rural communities in modern farming techniques, good farming, commercial planting, wildlife conservation and better fishing.
  7. Keeping records using modern messaging information (GIS).


ACHIEVEMENTS

During the period 2015 to 2017, LECIDE has been able to achieve land use plans for 15 villages under the Panda Trees Business Plan in Njombe District, Ludewa, Makete, Songea (Madaba) and Nyasa.
LECIDE managed to support the development of a sustainable plant development program in the Ruvuma region.