The work of TGNP is not a solo venture. We are grateful for the following partners in supporting our work.
The Swedish development cooperation helps reduce poverty in the world. Their support contributes to economic and political development in poor countries. This strengthens their democracy and creates conditions for people to lift themselves out of poverty.
UN Women is the UN organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. A global champion for women and girls, UN Women was established to accelerate progress on meeting their needs worldwide .
Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries. Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive.
World Resources Institute
World Resources Institute is a global research organization working on critical goals that the world must achieve in order to secure a sustainable future. One of them being gender. WRI’s Gender Initiative aims to make gender equity a standard practice in environment and sustainable development initiatives. We work with programs and centers across the institute to ensure our environmental projects are responsive to gender and social issues.
Crossroads International is an international development organization that is reducing poverty and increasing women’s rights around the world. Working with local partners in 28 projects, in eight countries and supported by hundreds of volunteers each year, Crossroads leverages expertise and resources, North and South, required to help people overcome poverty and assert their human rights.
A leader for 65 years, AVI is an Australian not-for-profit organisation committed to achieving economic and social development outcomes across Asia, the Pacific and the world. They work to provide the high-quality support and scale needed to drive multi-generational change that significantly improves peoples’ lives and creates life-changing experiences.
ActionAid’s vision is a world without poverty in which every person can exercise their right to a life of dignity. Action Aid works in the areas of inequality, food and land rights, women’s rights, democratic governance, education, emergenices and conflict, climate change, HIV/AIDS, and youth.
Gender Links For Equality and Justice
Formed in March 2001, Gender Links (GL) is a Southern African NGO, headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, that promotes gender equality and justice across the fifteen countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. GL’s Theory of Change recognises that patriarchy is deeply imbedded at every level and in every sphere of society. It seeks to reverse the vicious negative cycle of women’s lack of voice, choice and control, through actions at regional, national, community, household and individual level that show that change is possible, through working with men and women, boys and girls.
Women Fund Tanzania
As Tanzania’s first and only women’s rights fund, their overall goal is to contribute towards women’s rights and empowerment, and to women’s and feminist movement building through implementing a functional and empowering funding mechanism for women in Tanzania.
The Foundation for Civil Society
The Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) is an independent Tanzania not-for –Profit Development Organization that provides grants and Capacity building services to Tanzania based Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). FCS was registered as legal entity in September 2002 and started its operations in January 2003. It is one of the most prominent and credible civil society institutions in Africa and the largest main sources of funding for Tanzania CSOs.
UNFPA is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.
The Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI) is a registered sub-regional civil society organization working in eight countries namely Burundi, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. EASSI was bhttps://www.sfcg.org/orn in 1996 after the Beijing Conference and is mandated to monitor the commitments of Eastern African governments towards gender equality.
Search for Common Ground
Conflict and differences are inevitable. Violence is not.
We partner with people around the world to ignite shared solutions to destructive conflicts.
We work at all levels of society to build sustainable peace through three main avenues:
Dialogue+, Media+, and Community+.
UUSC advances human rights through grassroots collaboration. In more than a dozen countries throughout the world, UUSC fosters social justice and works toward a world free from oppression. Our innovative approach and measurable impact — in promoting economic justice, bolstering environmental justice, and protecting rights at risk — are grounded in the belief that all people have inherent power, dignity, and rights.