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Budget Working Group’s 2023/24 Pre-Budget Statement: Securing Sustainable Development Through Budget Reliability and Fiscal Sustainability

Submitted by Web Master on 12 May 2023

It is our pleasure to present to you the analysis of the FY 2023/24 national budget. Policy Forum commends the government’s economic reforms aimed at promoting private sector-led growth and enhancing the business environment and emphasizes the importance of budget credibility in achieving sustainable development goals.

Press Release by the KUYENDA COLLECTIVE

Submitted by Web Master on 8 May 2023

How can rural youth voices be better heard in transnational education policy spaces?

The Kuyenda Collective is a group of civil society organisations working with young people in marginalised rural communities to amplify their voices so that they may be better able to contribute to national and transnational education services and outcomes in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Malawi.

Office Closure for Holidays Season

Submitted by Web Master on 20 December 2022

Kindly be informed that Policy Forum Secretariat Office will be closed for Christmas and New Year Holidays from 21/12/2022  to 9/01/2023

May the Holidays Season bring happiness and joy to you and your family 

Policy Forum Membership Guide 2022

Submitted by Web Master on 2 December 2022

Policy Forum (PF) is a network of 60 Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) founded in 2003. Registered as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) under the Non-Governmental Organizations Act, 2002 with registration number NGO/R2/00015. PF has diverse members that are drawn together by a specific interest in influencing policy processes to enhance poverty reduction, equity, and democratization focusing on public money accountability at both central and local levels. Its desired change is to improve service delivery through enhanced governance and accountable use of public resources.

Tanzania Report: Open Budget Survey 2021

Submitted by Web Master on 29 November 2022

The Open Budget Survey (OBS) is the world’s only independent, comparative and fact-based research instrument that uses internationally accepted criteria to assess public access to central government budget information; formal opportunities for the public to participate in the national budget process; and the role of budget oversight institutions, such as legislatures and national audit offices, in the budget process.

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