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Community of Volunteers for the World (CVM) – Comunità Volontari per il Mondo) AIDS Partnership with Africa (APA)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

CVM/APA is an Italian non-profit organization with over 30 years of experience in the implementation of development projects in Africa and Asia, most of them are related with water and sanitation, HIV/AIDS, Promoting local association, gender equality and microcredits.

Community Development for All (CODEFA)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

Community Development for All (CODEFA) is a Non-governmental organisation working to ensure equitable and sustainable economic wellbeing of all communities in Mainland Tanzania. We raise awareness at grassroots level and facilitate communities critically analyse their situation, identify opportunities and obstacles to development, and organise themselves to bring about their own development. Our primary objective is to enable marginalised and vulnerable communities effectively participate in eradicating poverty.

Interventions:

Youth Partnership Countrywide (YPC)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

Since its establishment YPC has for many years worked to widen the democratic space for youth participation and influence through voters‟ education, public debates and support to youth candidates in local and national elections. The main approach through which YPC interacts with its constituency is through Civic Awareness Talks (CATs) ,specific trainings and exposure opportunities.

Interventions:

a. Youth participation in political, social and economic life

b. Building an independent and democratic society

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 in 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

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