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Natural resource management and conservation in Tanzania can be improved by enhancing people-centred governance by putting in place organisational structures and processes that support community participation. This was said at the breakfast debate hosted by Policy Forum on 24th November, 2017 dedicated on the theme entitled, “People- Centered Land Governance: The solution for protecting the rights of the poor and vulnerable in Tanzania?.”
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.
Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) established its presence in Tanzania in 2006 and has a long history of working together with local faith-based actors to help people climb out of poverty and promote justice. Throughout its presence, NCA has nurtured an interfaith civil society movement, working for peace and social cohesion, accountable governance, economic justice and gender equality. For NCA, facilitating multi-stakeholder dialogue and cooperation is a key approach to strengthening the role of civil society and promoting sustainable development results in the country.
Hakikazi Catalyst is a Tanzanian economic and social justice advocacy organisation based in Arusha. Since 2000, we have developed an innovative approach to working for the social and economic rights of marginalised communities and individuals. Our basic belief is that knowledge can stimulate action for change