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Parliament of Tanzania
The Tanzanian Parliament represents all people of Tanzania. It was established by the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania (1977). Its members are elected by the people every five years.
The Ford Foundation
The Ford Foundation is a resource for innovative people and institutions worldwide. Its goals are to strengthen democratic values, reduce poverty and injustice, promote international cooperation and advance human achievement.
Irish Aid is the Government of Ireland’s programme of assistance to developing countries. It supports human development, human security and justice, democracy, gender equality and human rights.
NOVIB Oxfam Netherlands
Oxfam Novib is convinced of the power of people to solve their own problems. They cooperate with local organizations in developing countries, which are best equipped to know what is needed. The results are sustainable and future generations benefit
Swedish International Development Association
A government agency of the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Their goal is to contribute to making it possible for poor people to improve their living conditions.
Child Rights Information Network
A global network that disseminates information about the Convention on the Rights of the Child and child rights amongst a multitude of governmental organizations, agencies, institutions, and child rights experts.
Building on the work of the hugely successful Jubilee 2000 debt cancellation campaign, Jubilee Research focuses on distilling, analyzing and de-mystifying economic concepts and information; and communicating in ways easily understood by campaigners.
Plan International is a child-centred humanitarian organization working in 45 developing countries, with families and their communities to help children realize their full potential in life.
Save the Children UK
Save the Children believes all children have a right to a happy, healthy and secure start in life. It is the leading UK charity working to create a better world for children, working in 70 countries, in the world's most impoverished communities.
United Nations Development Program
UNDP is the UN's global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. They work in 166 countries, and coordinate efforts to reach Millions of people.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
The main objective of UNESCO is to contribute to peace and security in the world by promoting collaboration among nations through education, science, culture and communication to further universal respect for justice, law, human rights and freedoms.
United Nations Children's Fund
UNICEF helps children get the care and stimulation they need in the early years of life and encourages families to educate girls as well as boys. It strives to reduce childhood death and illness and to protect children in the midst of war and natural disasters.
Economic and social research foundation Tanzania
An independent non-profit non-governmental research institute for capacity building in economic and social policy analysis.
FEMACT Feminist Activism
A coalition of Feminist Activist organizations in Tanzania. Its objectives are to facilitate the discussion around gender equality and equity in Tanzania, empowerment of women and social transformation at all levels of society.
Advocates for activities that empower marginalized people to have an effective voice in influencing decisions affecting their lives, achieve sustainable livelihoods and civil and political rights, and enjoy equal status with others at local, national
The NGO Policy Forum, brings together about 70 national and international NGOs engaged with critical policy processes in Tanzania. A major focus is on work to make policies more transparent and democratic, and accountable to the people.
The Tanzania National Website
This is an umbrella site and portal to all official and government websites in Tanzania. It contains Regional and District information and links, and covers all aspects of Tanzania – economy, education, health, governance, etc.
World Bank Tanzania
The World Bank Tanzania website aims to provide a comprehensive source for information on poverty reduction and economic growth in Tanzania, with an explanation of their support program, and a library of publications.
Research on Poverty Alleviation
This Tanzania NGO has a mandate to undertake and facilitate research in the area of poverty and poverty-related issues. Their long-term vision is to create, maintain and enhance indigenous research capacity on poverty alleviation in Tanzania.
The World Bank Group is one of the world's largest sources of development assistance.
Reference website of documents relating to development in Tanzania.
The United Republic of Tanzania Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper prepared by the Tanzanian Authorities in 2006.
Tanzania's Poverty Monitoring Website
This website contains information about the progress and outputs on Tanzania's Poverty Reduction Strategies and Poverty Monitoring System.
Sikika: Quality Health Service for all Tanzanians
Sikika is a Non-Governmental Organization registered in Tanzania in the year 2000. Sikika's overall vision is quality health services for all Tanzanians. Sikika empowers citizens to smoothly interact with health service providers through enhancing active community engagement, transparency and accountability within the district health systems. Sikika also works with Parliament and key central Ministries to influence the national health plans and budgets. Sikika currently operates in Dodoma, Dar es Salaam and Kibaha district based in the Coastal region of Tanzania.