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AU’s anti-graft agenda can eradicate gender inequality in Africa – Femnet

By Daily Nation Ke. In Summary Femnet opines that all the forms of corruption embody gender discrimination and inequalities which further disempowers women and children. Women are additionally subjected to specific gender-based forms of corruption such as extortion through sexual harassment. Because of corruption, service delivery in the health sector is largely compromised and women…

School clubs to curb gender based violence

By Hellen Nachilongo. The Citizen. Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a global health and human rights issue which is spread all over the world. It is particularly rampant in most developing countries like Tanzania. Women and children in many developing nations are severely affected by emotional and physical violence because of their gender. Ending GBV against…

Re-thinking partnership for CSO’s in Tanzania: Curtailing resource scarcity for social development.

TGNP Mtandao teaming with the Gender Training Institute GTI and Crossroads International (CI) have collaborated with Coady International Institute to conduct a 2 days training from 16th – 17th January 2018 at the Gender Resource Center Mabibo, Dar es salaam. The main objective is strategic partnership strengthening which involved various civil rights organizations in Tanzania.…

School Gender Hubs Champions against Gender Based Violence.

TGNP Mtandao collaborating with school gender hubs from various primary and secondary schools in Kipunguni, Makumbusho and Mabibo wards, Dar es salaam have conducted an inter school competition aiming to share knowledge, experience and strategies to fight against gender based violence. The competition was part of commemorating the 16 days of activism, students had an…

Kishapu,Kisarawe Districts Excel On Menstruation Hygiene Management in Schools

Written by Salome Gregory, The Citizen. Dar es Salaam — Kishapu and Kisarawe Districts have been awarded for setting aside money from their own sources to buy sanitary pads as a way of supporting girls in education. The awards is organized by  TGNP Mtandao and it has been given during the at the 14th edition…

Intensive Movement Building Cycle 2015: Catalyzing collective action of the marginalized grassroots communities for accountability for women’s rights

Intensive Movement Building Cycle (IMBC) forms a major TGNP’s strategy in engaging citizens at both community and national levels. It involves participatory action research with grassroots women and activist groups ward and district level feedbacks to LGA leaders on the PAR findings, establishment of knowledge centers for community organizing and information sharing, press club training…

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