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Legal framework for SEA
Name of first enabling legislation that sets the framework for SEA.
The Zanzibar Environmental Policy (2013) states that:
The Government will ensure incorporation of environmental assessment into procedures for designing and implementing development programs, plans, policies and projects.
Implementation strategies under this statement specifically mention both EIA and SEA as tools to apply to investment and development projects. The implementation strategies include the promotion of their use, strengthening public awareness on their application.
Approving authority of enabling law
The authority that approved the enabling law for SEA.
Department of Environment, under the First Vice President's Office
First national detailed SEA regulation
First national detailed regulation (procedural requirements) for SEA, through which SEA was operationalized.
There is no national detailed regulation on SEA. The Environmental Management Act of 1996 is however being updated, and in conformity with the statements in the Environmental Policy of 2013 it will include SEA regulations.
Institutional setting for SEA
Implementing the SEA
Informing and influencing decision-making
Annual no. of SEAs
Gives an estimation for the number of SEAs that are produced annually in this country.
Although SEA is not yet legally required in Zanzibar, some SEAs have been conducted - but all by the World Bank. These SEAs concerned coastal development, and agricultural and livestock development.