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Tanzania Youth Vision Association (TYVA)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

Tanzania Youth Vision Association (TYVA) is a youth-led, non-partisan, non-profit, and non-governmental and membership-based organization founded on 29th July 2000 and registered with a registration number (00NGO/R2/000425) to work as Non-Governmental Organization focusing on youth awareness-raising and empowerment. TYVA defines youth as of age 16-30, of which concentrate much to bring up and create the opportunity for them.

Interventions:

School of TYVA

World vision Tanzania

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

Tanzania has experienced significant economic growth over the last decade. Although the poverty rate in the country has declined, the absolute number of poor has not because of the high population growth rate. As a result, children still face many challenges including violence, malnutrition, poor healthcare and education and other basic services.

VSO Tanzania

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

We've worked in Tanzania for over forty years, building healthy communities, strengthening inclusive education systems, and supporting people to develop secure and resilient livelihoods. We currently operate in seven regions in mainland Tanzania, as well as on Zanzibar.

Interventions: 

Healthy Communities

United Nations Association (UNA Tanzania)

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

The United Nations Association of Tanzania is one of the oldest Civil Society Organizations in the country registered in 1964. It’s office is located in Mikocheni street, Mikocheni B, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.

The organization is entirely devoted to supporting the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter, promoting public awareness and understanding of the activities of United Nations and its agencies. Moreover, it strives for the recognition of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the Tanzania and the World.

Tanzania Network of Legal Aid Providers (TANLAP)

Submitted by Web Master on 10 March 2021

Tanzania Network of Legal Aid Providers (TANLAP) is an umbrella national network working in legal sector. It is a membership network comprising Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Community –Based Organisations (CBOs), Faith Based Organisations (FBOs) and other institutions providing legal aid in Tanzania. Founded in 2006, TANLAP’s core aim is to work and link up with other Civil Society Organisations provide quality legal aid and advocate for access to justice among the poor and marginalised sections of society in Tanzania.

Tanzania Network of Community Health Funds (TNCHF)

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

The vision of the TNCHF is to become a highly competent network that facilitates access to quality health care for the majority. The mission is to facilitate capacity development for strong and efficiently working Community Health Funds and Health Micro Insurance Schemes; facilitate research, development and advocacy on comprehensive health care; promote equity and access to affordable health care.

Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP)

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP) has distinguished herself as an active and recognized player in the progressive women and civil society movement in the country, Africa and beyond. TGNP is a feminist organisation striving to contribute to the building a vibrant transformative Feminist movement that is grounded locally for the purpose of promoting gender equality and equity, women’s empowerment and social justice.

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