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1.0 Introduction

Green Innovative Business Solution is ideally a tool to Green Economy. Business solutions to be documented in this activity are meant to embrace key dimensions of the Green Economy (environmental, social, and economic dimensions). The concept implies the need for economic growth while reducing unsustainable pressure on the quality and quantity of our natural resources (prioritizing the success of human well-being and social equity, while reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcity). In the context of climate change, a Green Economy, sometimes termed Low Carbon Business development requires to meet key criteria which are;

reducing energy consumption;
reducing greenhouse gas emissions
reducing the amount of waste generated during the entire life cycle of a product;
reducing the consumption of natural resources by increasing the efficiency of their use;
ensure the conservation of biodiversity

In this regard, the realization of green businesses embrace the use of renewable resources (energy & other inputs), maintain recycling and regeneration of waste practices, and reduce the adverse effects on the environment and its resources. Remarkable achievement out of green business practices complements efforts to climate resilience through;

Wealth generation,
Quality life with reduced environmental risks, and ecological scarcity;
Job creation
Poverty reduction and promoting well-being ensure social equity
High level of Replicability

The documentation envisions focusing on local innovations, threats and success stories on Green entrepreneurship, conservation and/or adaptation practices in the Agriculture, Fish farming, energy, and small industries sectors.

The documented information should focus on;
Popularizing green innovative business solutions to encourage investment in climate-smart entrepreneurship opportunities in the Agriculture value chain,
Promoting potential opportunities for market entry that comes with local innovations and respond to the impacts of climate change in different localities and contexts
Explore existing replication potentials i.e. alternatives for funds mobilization to support investments in local green businesses in order to build climate-resilient entrepreneurship in agriculture (crop farming, processing, and preservation/storage) Fishing farming, renewable energy, and energy efficiency, and small industries sub-sectors
Exploring the level of environmental sustainability adherence
Assessing the turn-over and income generated out of green innovative solutions and the level of poverty reduction
Assessing the expenses in terms of running costs with green approaches like the use of renewable sources of energy compared to expenses with conventional sources used
Success and potential on job creation and contribution to fixing the unemployment gap in at local setting

2.0 Objectives of the Documentation

The main objective of the documentation is to create awareness and promote potential opportunities that come with local innovative green business solutions that contribute to addressing the impacts of climate change. This is to catalyze small-scale innovators and entrepreneurs to invest and sustainably embrace local solutions and business models that increase resilience to climate change impacts.

The documentation will document Local Innovation Green Business Solutions (threats & success stories/good practices) in Singida, Morogoro and Dodoma for promotion and public sensitization on the transition to green initiatives.

Note: Documentation must take into account key criteria (wealth generation, Quality of life with reduced environmental risks, and ecological scarcity, job creation, poverty reduction, well-being & social equity as well as Replicability of the solutions).

3.0 Main deliverables

In order to achieve the objective, the following materials will be produced and tailored for a specific means of dissemination:

3.1 Pictures and Videos based on case studies/success stories/ new innovation/Opportunities and Constraints

Developing short video clips. These will be tailored to fit dissemination mediums for later use during dissemination. Including (1) one minute clip for social media and WhatsApp, (1) Five minutes clips for specific events, websites and/or TV programs, (1) GIF with Cartoon Demonstrations
One (1) Short documentary of 45 – 60 Minutes.
Photographic documentation for exhibitions/presentations

3.2 Expected Output

5 minutes video clip
1 animation video
Narration report (extract key message from video)
Printed materials

4.0 Target Group

The targeted group is local innovators Small Scale entrepreneurs’ private sector, and community groups (women & youth in particular) in Agriculture, fisheries, small industries and energy efficiency initiatives. The contents will be tailored to be relevant and practical to small-scale actors in respective sectors/sub-sector.

5.0 Methodology of the documentation

This study will largely be undertaken as a field visit but the Consultant person will also administer questionnaires to a diversity of stakeholders who may include but are not limited to; Innovation pioneers/owners, workers, beneficiaries, and partners in the innovation under documentation among others.


FORUMCC expects this study to be delivered in 30 days
Interested resource persons should send their technical and financial proposals This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the application should include
a)A detailed documentation proposal and budget
b)A list of team embers who will constitute the documentation team with subsequent qualifications
c)Main applicant Curriculum Vitae (4 pages maximum), all presented in word of PDF formats.
The deadline for submission of applications will be on 21st October 2022 at 17 Hours EAT

It is a non-for-profit, member-based - of over 80 diverse organizations across Tanzania committed to work on climate change issues in Tanzania and beyond.

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