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Crime, Gender and Poverty: patterns of victimhood in Tanzania

Submitted by Web Master on 31 March 2014

Poorer persons in Tanzania are more exposed to crime and tend to be more fearful for their safety, a recent research has revealed.  Speaking at the Policy Forum March Breakfast Debate, Rose Aiko, the Director of Governance and Service Delivery at REPOA said the findings were based on the Afrobarometer survey which is a comparative series of public opinions conducted across countries in Africa.

Policy Forum Gender Newsletter: Gender Audit Survey Results

Submitted by Web Master on 29 October 2013

In September 2013, 13 respondents from Policy Forum participated in the Gender Audit Survey. Among them 6 were women, 7 were men, 62% were Policy Forum (PF) staff and 38% were from member organisations of PF. The Gender Audit Survey operates on a scale of 1-5, with 1 indicating a low level on the gender integration components and 5 indicating high.

Policy Forum Scores High on “Organizational Culture” and “Political Will” With Regards to Integration of Gender Issues!

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

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.

Care International

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

CARE began working in Tanzania in April 1994, in response to the crisis in Rwanda and the subsequent influx of refugees into the Kagera Region of North-western Tanzania. Over the ensuing years, CARE Tanzania developed innovative education, health, microfinance, and environmental programs across most regions of the country.

Interventions:

CARE Tanzania focuses to address the needs of three impact groups:

a. Poor and vulnerable people, especially women and girls, dependent on natural resources in areas with severe environmental restrictions

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