New NCMC Board
The National Carbon Monitoring Center (NCMC) Board was officially launched by the Permanent Secretary Vice President Office, Division of Environment, Eng Joseph Malongo on 13th May, 2019 at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)
Officially launched on 19 May 2016 by Hon. January Y. Makamba, Minister of State in Vice President's office (Union affairs and Environment)
Norwey’s Ambassador in Tanzania Ms.Hanne-Marie Arksaad
Giving Her Speech and greetings during the official launch of NCMC on 19 May 2016
Deputy Director (NICFI) Mr.Andreas Tveteraas
Giving His speech and Greetings during the official launch of NCMC on 19 May 2016
Tanzania and Norway have on the 02nd September 2015 signed an Agreement triggering a support of a Norwegian grant of up to 37 Million NOK over a 3-year period (2015-2018) for the establishment of a National Carbon Monitoring Centre (NCMC). The NCMC will be hosted at Sokoine University of Agriculture through a Memorandum of understanding with Vice Presidents Office.
The NCMC is the institution that will manage an effective national system of measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) of carbon in forest ecosystems for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the international community on behalf of the nation. While initial focus will be on Carbon emission reductions in the forestry Sector, in the longer term, the NCMC can be expanded to accommodate other sectors (such as agriculture, energy, transport, industries).