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Earlier this year 2022, the Policy Forum team traveled to the Morogoro region and knocked on the doors of two of its member organization's offices, Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Tanzania and Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) Tanzania. This visit comes a year after Policy Forum conducted two training sessions for its members, in which PELUM and NCA both took part....
On 26 January 2022, Policy Forum (PF), a network of over 60 Civil Society Organisations augmenting the voice of ordinary citizens to influence policy processes to reduce poverty, promote equity and democratisation focusing on public money accountability at the Central and Local levels and The Local Government Training Institute (LGTI) a statutory public institute established under The Local Government Training Institute Act signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Dar es Salaam whereas both parties wish to improve the performance of the Local Government Authorities in
Stakeholders have called on the Central Government to honor and implement the Decentralization by Devolution (D by D) principle which empowers Local government Authorities (LGAs) to raise own sources and make allocations based on the prioritized needs of the society, to effectively implement the development plans. This call was made during the Policy Forum breakfast debate titled “Local Governance Oversight Challenges: Anecdotes from the ground” held on 28th October 2016.
On November 8, 2016, Policy Forum (PF) and Officials from President’s Office-Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG) agreed to have a long term partnership and work together to strengthen local governance in the country. The consensus was reached during the meeting organized by PF in Dodoma Region.
Local Government Authorities (LGA) leaders have been urged to fight corruption in all its forms and work towards maximum revenue collection in their areas for the benefit of Tanzanian citizens. The call was made by the Honorable Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa during his speech at the Association of Local Authorities of Tanzania’ (ALAT) Annual General Meeting held at Dodoma on 7-9th April 2016.
You are cordially invited to the 8:00 Breakfast Debate on Friday 30 September 2022, on "EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY GOVERNANCE: STRENGTHENING POLICY REFORMS TO PROMOTE SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MINING SECTOR"
The presentation will be provided by Joram Michael from VSO Tanzania and Clay Mwaifwani from LEAT
Click here to access the invitation flyer
To get a glimpse of the previous debate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJpTBcs-mQA&t=4354s