By Correspondent Daniel Semberya The Tanzanian government has been working tirelessly to ensure it full fills its Vision 2025 ambitious target of reaching universal water…View More DID YOU KNOW THE IMPORTANCE OF FLOWING WATER TO HOSPITALS AND SCHOOLS?
“As a direct result of my research, I have been working with UN-Water and UN Women representatives to connect with women in water internationally. I…View More Brianna Huber – Mt Kilimanjaro
As far as budget is concerned, TGNP keeps her culture of doing an intensive analysis of the national, sector and district budgets to ensure the…View More KIJIWE CHA KAHAWA 2017.
Reforms in the water sector are crucial in empowering women. As the Water budget is tabled in the next coming days, it is important to…View More Why water budget should be gender sensitive.
KNOWLEDGE IS OUR COMMUNITY’S ASSET. TGNP Mtandao has been advocating for provision of quality social services including water since 1997, mainly tracking availability…View More Water Week Success Story
On 9th February 2017, TGNP Mtandao executives traveled to Dodoma to meet the Parliamentary Budget and Social Service Committee to push for wider availability of…View More TGNP Mtandao pushes parliamentary budget committee for better water services.
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…View More Intensive Movement Building Cycle 2015: Catalyzing collective action of the marginalized grassroots communities for accountability for women’s rights
Thirty women leaders from 16 African countries met in Arusha, Tanzania to strategies on how to strengthen their voices in regards to landownershipand management of natural…View More The Kilimanjaro Initiative: African women plan massive assembly at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro