Article about corruption in Norwegian funded REDD project in Tanzania

Article about corruption in Norwegian funded REDD project in Tanzania

In February this year the Norwegian newspaper Aftonposten published an article about corruption in a REDD project in Tanzania funded by Norway. In July the same journalist at Aftenposten, Gedde-Dahl, reported that Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania, the Tanzanian NGO that was running the project, has collapsed. 
Chris Lang at the has published a translation of the article (in English) here 
Read the original version of the article (in Norwegian) here


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