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The Last Breakfast Debate Spotlights Urgency in Combating Gender-Based Violence

Submitted by Web Master on 24 November 2023

During the Breakfast Debate orchestrated by Policy Forum on the final Friday of November 2023, Fundikila Wazambi, Senior Program Researcher at the Legal and Human Rights Centre, delivered a compelling presentation that brought to the fore disconcerting revelations regarding the profound economic and social repercussions of gender-based violence (GBV).

Insightful discussions on addressing Illicit Financial Flows through Xspaces

Submitted by Web Master on 20 October 2023

A thought-provoking dialogue on Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) took place yesterday in an event organized by Policy Forum and JamiiForums through Xspaces. Renowned speakers, including Francis Kairu from Tax Justice Network Africa, Norah Kawiche, a PhD Candidate at the University of Dar es Salaam specializing in International Taxation, and Dr.

Illicit Financial Flows Threaten Africa's Resource-Rich Potential

Submitted by Web Master on 2 October 2023

Renowned for its vast mineral wealth, Africa remains a significant source of fiscal revenues and holds a crucial position in global mineral reserves. Nonetheless, the continent grapples with the challenge of translating its abundant resources into sustained prosperity for its citizens, with Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) emerging as a formidable obstacle.

Inclusive Education Financing: The Use of Data for Informed Decision Making

Submitted by Web Master on 15 September 2023

Dodoma, Tanzania.

In a bid to revolutionize the landscape of inclusive education financing, stakeholders gathered today at the Morena Hotel in Dodoma for an enlightening event titled "Inclusive Education Financing: the Use of Data for Informed Decision Making."

This crucial gathering, held on September 14, 2023, served as a platform for exploring the transformative power of data-driven decision-making in the realm of inclusive education financing.

Unleashing Youth Potential for Sustainable Development

Submitted by Web Master on 17 August 2023

In a compelling morning of insights and discourse, Lucas Kifyasi, Head of Programs from UNA Tanzania, delivered a powerful address during a Breakfast Debate held at the end of July 2023 in Dar es Salaam. Highlighting the pressing issues that young people in Tanzania face, Kifyasi emphasized the urgent need for comprehensive measures to address these challenges and empower the nation's youth.

Empowering Education: Transforming Lives, Expanding Opportunities

Submitted by Web Master on 17 July 2023

In August 2022, Sylvester Chawe participated in the 2nd International Quality Education Conference held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. As one of the RYCs (Regional Youth Coordinators) facilitated by the EOL project, Sylvester joined policymakers, delegates from Africa and beyond, researchers, educators, stakeholders, and students in this transformative event. The conference aimed to address the challenges facing graduates, particularly in terms of employment, and foster discussions on improving education.

From Hunger to Hope: A School Community's Inspiring Journey

Submitted by Web Master on 17 July 2023

On 17/02/2023, Joshua Mpossa RYC from Mtembela ward in Mbeya DC visited Idugumbi Primary School after hearing that students were not getting meals at school. Deeply concerned about their well-being, he decided to take action and meet with the headmaster to discuss the challenge. Little did he know, this encounter would mark the beginning of a transformative journey.

Unlocking Education: A Quest to Empower Students

Submitted by Web Master on 17 July 2023

Monica Kyando, a passionate RYC from Utengule Usongwe ward in Mbeya DC, had the privilege of participating in a transformative training program organized by Policy Forum under the EOL project, implemented through the KUYENDA alliance. The training equipped Monica with the ability to identify various challenges that hindered access to education within her ward, including issues related to infrastructure, shortage of science teachers, books, and dormitories.

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