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On 26 January 2022, Policy Forum (PF), a network of over 60 Civil Society Organisations augmenting the voice of ordinary citizens to influence policy processes to reduce poverty, promote equity and democratisation focusing on public money accountability at the Central and Local levels and The Local Government Training Institute (LGTI) a statutory public institute established under The Local Government Training Institute Act signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Dar es Salaam whereas both parties wish to improve the performance of the Local Government Authorities in
Effective governance of the Mining, Oil and Gas sectors is a persistent challenge around the world. If well managed, the sector has the potential to improve the lives of 1 billion people living in poverty in resource-rich countries. Poor governance of the sector can lead to corruption, environmental damage, and conflicts.
An analysis made by Policy Forum shows that in Africa, 10 to 12 million youth enter the workforce each year although only 3 million formal jobs are created whilst the impact of the enduring COVID-19 pandemic is highly expected to worsen the trend. Considering the population of Tanzania which has increased more than four times from 12.3 million in 1967 to 55.9 million in 2019 where the average annual growth rate according to the 2012 Population and Housing Census is 3.1% which also stipulates 77% of Tanzanians are below the age of 35 and 19% are between 15-24 years.
Policy Forum’s 2021/22 Pre-Budget Position Statement The State of 2021/2022 Budget: Towards a Competitive and Industrialized Nation for Human Development
The National Audit Office (NAOT) and the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) completed and submitted the audit reports to the President of the United Republic of Tanzania H.E Samia Suluhu Hassan on March 28, 2021 and which were tabled subsequently in Parliament on 8th April 2021.