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ACTIVITIES DONE BY LECIDE IN JANUARY 2015 TO DECEMBER 2017

  • LECIDE goals for 2015/2016.
    In 2016 LECIDE had the following goals:
    a)To organize land use plans for 15 villages in the Iringa, Ruvuma, Njombe, Morogoro, Lindi and Mtwara regions.
    b)Provide training to district councils on land laws and participatory approaches to the preparation of land use plans.
    c)Support land acquisition for agricultural implementation first.
    d)To conduct research in land-related issues particularly in areas of conflict, rural migration, urban participation in urban development, urban and urban use rates.
    e)Establish land consolidation for the residents of the Dar es Salaam Village especially in Kinondoni district.

  • FINDING CAPITAL FOR PROJECTS OF LECIDE YEAR 2016.
    In 2016 the LECIDE planned to finance through broadcast advertising of different projects.
    In August 2016 an announcement was issued in the Daily News for a company or NGO that could prepare land use plans in the southern regions of the south to prepare the documents for the application.
    The purpose of land use plans is to find commercial plantation sites for tree plantation.
    LECIDE prepared a letter that was accepted and assigned to organize 15 villages in Makete, Ludewa, Njombe, Songea (Madaba) and Nysa district..
    Total cost is 293,400,000/= Tshs.

  • IMPLEMENTATION OF PLANNING THE USE OF LAND IN 15 VILLAGES IN DISTRICT OF SONGEA (MADABA), MAKETE, NJOMBE, LUDEWA NA NYASA.
    1. Planning for Village Land Uses in 3 District Songea (Madaba)
    The first villages to prepare land use plans are in Songea district in the Madaba District Council which are in Ifinga, Mkokngotema and Wino.
    The task began to be implemented by LECIDE by using money for as far as the field work is completed planting tree for business (PFP) they did not give even a cent.
    In this exercise LECIDE gained more than a hectares 29,000 for planting trees for business.
    Land use plans for 3 villages completed in September and submitted to the Madaba District Councils and Programs for planting trees for business on the same month (September).
    The first stage of the preparation of land use plans was to provide education on land law, Natural Resources and Environment for Madaba District Councils The Counseling Committee was formed which was required to cooperate with LECIDE experts to go to rural areas to plan land use plans.
    The second step was to provide education on land law, natural resources and environment for rural governments and later for all citizens.
    Village authorities formed a village team to organize land use plans to cooperate with LECIDE experts and district specialists. The village team consisted of four women and four men.
    The third step is for a team village, district and LECIDE team to prepare plans for land use for fourteen days.
    The task involved collecting data, preparing maps and questioning citizens and village leaders about land issues, natural resources and environment, livestock farming, health, economics, techniques and water.
    The proposed plan for land use for each village was developed.
    The fourth stage of land use plans was presented to the village government and all citizens and discussed and later accepted or adjusted according to the views of leaders and citizens.
    The fifth step report was drafted and presented to the District Council and approved or adjusted in accordance with council opinions, district officials and various experts.
    After approval it was submitted to Panda Miti Kibiashara (PFP) and National Commission for Land and Land Use Plans.
    This work was completed in October 2016.

    2. Planning for Land Use Programs for 12 Village in Njombe District, Ludewa, Makete, Songea (Madaba) and Tomorrow.
    After completing the exercise of three Madaba villages, LECIDE continued to prepare 12 villages for the district mentioned in the following steps. This work began in October 2016 and was finished in November 2016. Job of all 15 villages that were their reports were drafted and approved by permission in all relevant District Councils.
    Reports approved by the District Councils were as follows:
    Each village is provided one copy, District Council one copy, Panda Trees Commercial one copy, LECIDE one copy with the National Commission for Land Use Plans.
TABLE BELOW SHOWS VILLAGES PREPARED FOR LAND USE WITH LECIDE YEAR 2016/2017
No. Region District Village Amount
1. Njombe Njombe Lilombwi na Liwengi 2
Ludewa Maholongwa na Njelela 2
Makete Masisiwe 1
2 Ruvuma Nyasa Mkali A, Lipingo, Nkalachi, Liuli na Mango 5
Songea (Madaba) Ifinga, Mawese, Lilondo, Mkongotema na Wino 5
TOTAL 15


3. Putting banners and providing educational knowledge of tradition copyright.

In 2017, LECIDE set up posters in all villages after the National Land Land Planning Commission to accept all reports of land use plans for 15 villages.

Banners are shown to show every land use and that translates the plan map into the village’s land.
The second task was to provide education for the preparation of Trademark Certificate for all villages with land use plans. Banners show the use of land in the village. The task helps to prepare customary copyright for all land use for owners. The agricultural area is provided with customary intellectual property rights for each villagers depending on the area they are leaving. Great work is to minimize the limits of each farm or home to eliminate conflicts between neighboring owners.
Land use team is being commissioned to determine the boundaries of farms and maps in accordance with the agreement with the neighbors. This map is linked to displaying the owner’s field and issuing customary copyright.
Trademark traditions were not issued because Trees plantations for Commercial could not build villages for district and village landowners. Trademark copyright is provided in villages with land and district managers.
Despite providing LECIDE education in every village, left examples of customary copyright purpose as a village building a landlord and buying a firearm, the executive officer and a village chairman can provide customary copyright to his citizens.



THE TABLE SHOW PREPARED VILLAGES FOR LAND USE AND LECIDE WITH THE LEVEL OF ACCOMPLISHMENT.
SNVillage NameDistrictDesignerDate of completionDelivery to District/PFPPosted NLUPCThe presentation to Ministry of Justice for announcementDate of Announcement to the Government magazine
1.IfingaMadabaLECIDE11.10.2016NdiyoNdiyoNdiyoBado
2.MkongotemaMadabaLECIDE12.10.2016NdiyoNdiyoNdiyoBado
3.WinoMadabaLECIDE12.10.2016NdiyoNdiyoNdiyoBado
4.LilombwiNjombe MjiLECIDE9.11.2016
5.MaholongwaLudewaLECIDE11.11.2016
6.NjelelaLudewaLECIDE9.11.2016
7.LilondoMadabaLECIDE28.11.2016
8.LiuliNyasaLECIDE24.11.2016
9.LiwengiNjombe MjiLECIDE9.11.2016
10.LipingoNyasaLECIDE3.12.2016
11.Mkali ANyasaLECIDE24.11.2016
12.NkalachiNyasaLECIDE24.11.2016
13.MangoNyasaLECIDE1.12.2016
14.MawesoMadabaLECIDE1.12.2016
15.MasisiweMaketeLECIDE12.12.2016



3. RESULTS

A major result in preparing 15 plans for land use is land acquisition for Agriculture, Veterinary, Pond Commercial, Wildlife and Forestry Parks.
In each village the land was cleared for the cultivation of small farms. Large investment areas were found in small-scale villages and there are large areas.
Veterinary sites were allocated according to land acquisition and as a village for breeders.
Commercial cultivation areas were split into two parts as follows:
The villages in Madaba, Njombe, Ludewa and Makete district each village excluded commercially cultivated trees for fine wooden and silk trees. All the villages of the Nyasa District have cut down areas for planting commercial wooden trees.
These are the most expensive trees and have the largest market in the world.
Each village avoided areas for natural forest reserves.
The wildlife reserve was allocated to the villages of the Madaba district.
The mainland reserve for fish breeding was allocated to the villages of Nyasa district that extend to the lake.




4.OTHER TASKS/JOBS DONE BY LECIDE

Other tasks done by LECIDE is also:

  • Conduct auditing of financial spending and LECIDE equipment for 2016 and 2017.
  • Participate in organizing the Msimbazi Valley plan under the World Bank.
  • To organize plans and land consolidation in Mbweni and Boko.
  • Giving education about laws of the land, natural resources, environmental and other factors related to land.
  • Participate at professional meetings for planning, testing, environment and land development.




5. PROBLEMS ARISE FROM IMPLEMENTATION

In implementing the job, LECIDE has faced the following problems:

  • The shortage of cash and cash has been reduced slightly than contracts agreement and thus delayed achieving targets. In fact, LECIDE agreed with Panda Business Trade to pay shs. 293,400,000 / = for the purpose of planning land use and issuing customary copyright. But suddenly the project decided not to build the landmarks of village and district land. So LECIDE is lost Ths. 60,000,000 / =.
  • Smaller organizations like LECIDE are faced with the problem of unemployed as permanent permanent staff as a long-term accountant, chief executive and office clerk, as a result of loss of financial support. A large part of these tasks is to be accomplished by dedicated volunteers.
  • The small participation of District Councils by excluding budget and not employee land specialists slows down the implementation of land use plans.
  • There is still a problem with providing education regarding Land Law to the people. Efforts should take place in educating citizens and land issues.
  • Many landowners lack of awareness of institutional processes and thus create many urban conflicts.



    • 6. CONCLUSION AND EXCEPTIONS OF LECIDE

      LECIDE intends to continue focusing its efforts on implementing key national policies, particularly industrial policy, agriculture, Big Results Now, National Development Strategy 2025, Poverty Reduction Strategy (MKUKUTA II), Agricultural and Veterinary Strategy and the National Strategy for Rural Development, Programu ya Misitu Shirikishi, planting trees for commercial, Wildlife Park Category, Hifadhi ya Pwani na Bahari, Uwekezaji katika Mashamba makubwa, Utalii na Hifadhi ya Vyanzo vya Maji, Sera ya Makazi Bora na Urasimishaji makazi na miji. Kwa kuzingatia maagizo yaliyotolewa na viongozi na será hizo muhimu, LECIDE inakusudia kutekeleza kazi zifuatazo:

      • Kutafuta fedha zaidi katika mashirika kama Shirika la kuhifadhi wanyama pori la dunia (WWF), balozi mbalimbali na idara za serikali ili kuweza kuajiri watumishi muhimu na kupanua shughuli za LECIDE
      • Kutekeleza Mipango ya Ardhi kwa kuwezesha utayarishaji mipango ya matumizi bora ya ardhi kwa ushirikishwaji katika vijiji 20 vya jirani na hifadhi za Taifa.
      • Kupanga na kupima viwanja katika mkakati wa urasimishaji katika Jiji la Dodoma, Bagamoyo, Kinondoni na halmashauri zitakazo kuwa tayari kushirikiana nasi.
      • Kutoa mafunzo kwa watendaji ngazi ya Wilaya kuhusu sheria za ardhi na mbinu shirikishi za utayarishaji wa mipango ya matumizi ya ardhi ili kuwajengea uwezo.
      • LECIDE itafanya tafiti mbalimbali kuhusu masuala ya ardhi hasa katika maeneo yenye migogoro, uhamiaji mijini kutoka vijijini, ushirikishwaji wananchi katika kuendeleza ardhi mijini, viwango vya matumizi ya ardhi mijini na vijijini n.k.

      Pamoja na Taarifa hii naambatanisha Ripoti za Ukaguzi wa Mahesabu za miaka ya 2016 na 2017, na Majibu ya Hoja za Wakaguzi kuhusu Utawala kwa ujumla.