Thursday, 27 April 2017

Waziri wa Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia, Wazee  na Watoto, Ummy Mwalimu akizungumza wakati wa ufunguzi wa Kongamano la Kimataifa kuhusu Usawa wa Kijinsia lililoandaliwa na Chuo Kikuu Kishiriki cha Elimu Dar es Salaam(DUCE) leo Jijini Dar es Salaam. Waziri Ummy alimwakilisha Makamu wa Rais katika ufunguzi wa Kongamano hilo.

Waziri wa Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia, Wazee na Watoto, Ummy Mwalimu akiteta jambo na  Makamu Mkuu wa Chuo Kiku u cha Dar es Salaam(UDSM) Profesa Rwekaza Mukandala wakati wa ufunguzi wa Kongamano la Kimataifa kuhusu Usawa wa Kijinsia lililoandaliwa na Chuo Kikuu Kishiriki cha Elimu Dar es Salaam(DUCE) leo Jijini Dar es Salaam.

Baadhi ya washiriki wa Kongamano la Kimataifa kuhusu Usawa wa Kijinsia lililoandaliwa na Chuo Kikuu Kishiriki cha Elimu Dar es Salaam(DUCE) wakifuatilia hotuba ya Waziri wa Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia, Wazee na Watoto, Ummy Mwalimu(hayupo pichani) alipomwakilisha Makamu wa Rais Mama Samia Suluhu leo Jijini Dar es Salaam.
Waziri wa Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia, Wazee na Watoto, Ummy Mwalimu (katikati) akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na Wawasilisha mada katika Kongamano la Kimataifa kuhusu usawa wa kijinsia mara baada ya ufunguzi wa kongamano hilo leo Jijini Dar es Salaam. Kongamano hilo la siku mbili limeandaliwa na Chuo Kikuu Kishiriki cha Elimu Dar es Salaam (DUCE).


NA ANTHONY ISHENGOMA- WIZARA YA AFYA
Uamuzi wa Serikali ya Awamu ya Tano wa kutoa elimu bure kwa wanafunzi wa Shule za Msingi na Sekondari umewanufaisha wanafunzi wa kike ambao walikuwa wanakosa fursa hiyo kwasababu baadhi ya wazazi walikuwa wanatoa kipaumbele kwa watoto wa kiume.

Hayo yamesemwa na Waziri wa Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia, Wazee na Watoto Mhe. Ummy Mwalimu wakati akifungua Kongomano la kwanza la Kimataifa la Kijinsia la Chuo Kikuu cha Elimu Dar es Salaam (DUCE) alipomwakilisha Makamu wa Rais Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan leo Jijini Dar es Saalam.

Waziri Ummy amewataka baadhi ya wananchi kutobeza uamuzi huo kwani unatoa fursa zaidi kwa mtoto wa kike kunufaika na elimu tofauti na awali ambapo baadhi ya familia kwasababu ya umasikini  zilitoa kipaumbele kwa mtoto wa kiume.

Aliongeza kuwa kuna madai yakuongezeka kwa idadi ya wanafunzi akisema ongezeko hilo limetokana na kuwepo kwa fursa ya elimu bure ambayo imewezesha watoto walikuwa wanabaki nyum bani kutokana na umasikini kufaidika na uamzi wa serikali ya wamu ya tano kutoa elimu bure.

Amekitaka Chuo Kikuu kishiriki DUCE kufanya utafiti ili kujua watoto hawa waliosababisha ongezeko hilo wanatoka familia za aina gani ili kuiwezesha serikali kuweka mipango endelevu ya utoaji elimu hususani kwa watoto wanaotoka kaya masikini.

Aidha Waziri kuna baadhi ya watu bado wanadhani wazo la kuwarejesha watoto wakike shuleni baada ya kujifungua ni kuhamasisha uhuni akisema lengo la serikali ni kumsomesha mtoto wa kike bila kujali mazingira yanayomzunguka kwasababu watoto wakike kutoka familia tajiri wanapopata ujauzito uhamishiwa na shule binafsi na kuendelea na masomo tofauti na mwanafunzi wakike kutoka kaya masikini.

Amekipongeza chuo kikuu cha Dar es Salaam kwa kudahili wanafunzi wakike kwa asilimia 38 akiwataka kufikia 50 kwa 50 ifikapo 2025 na kuhimiza watoto wakike kushiriki katika masomo ya sayansi kwani takwimu zinaonesha udahili katika masomo ya sayansi katika elimu ya juu bado yako chini ukilinganisha na wanaume.

Makamu Mkuu wa Chuo Kikuu cha Dar es Salaam Pofesa Rwekaza Mukandala wakati akitoa hotuba yake kwa mgeni rasmi amesema kuwa tatizo la unyanyasaji na ukosefu wa fursa sawa kijinsia ni tatizo la kihistoria duniani kote na kusema kuwa Chuo Kikuu cha Dar es Salaam kitaendelea kufanya tafiti na kutoa elimu ya masuala ya kijinsia ili kukabiliana na tatizo hilo ambalo limekuwepo kwa muda mrefu. 

Naye Mkuu wa Chuo Kikuu Kishiriki cha Elimu (DUCE) Profesa William Anangisye amesema tangu kuanzishwa kwa DUCE zimekuwepo juhudi mbalimbali za kuwatafuta wanazuoni kutoka nchi mbalimbali kufika chuoni hapo ili waweze kufundisha na kuzungumzia masuala mbalimbali ya elimu ya kijinsia na usawa katika elimu ya juu.

Amewaambia washiriki kongomano hilo lasiku mbili kuwa kuna washiriki kutoka zaidi ya nchi ishirini na tano na linalenga kutoa matokeo ya tafiti mbalimbali za elimu ya kijinsia kwa jamii na kutoa fursa muhimu miongoni mwa wanazuoni kujadili matokeo ya tafiti hizo. 


Thursday, 9 March 2017

maaadhimisho ya Siku ya Wanawake Duniani, ni hatua muhimu kwa wanawake kujipambanua na kufanya tathmini jinsi wanavyoshiriki katika ujenzi wa taifa kiuchumi, kijamii na kisiasa.

Serikali imeweka mikakati na mipango mbalimbali yenye lengo la kumkomboa na kumuinua mwanamke kiuchumi.

Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia , Wazee na Watoto, mama Sihaba Nkinga hivi karibuni alipokuwa akizungumzia mipango na mikakati mbalimbali iliyofanywa na Serikali katika kumkomboa na kumuinua mwanamke kiuchumi.

Pamoja na kuwa wanawake wengi wameamka na wanajishughulisha katika masuala mbalimbali ya kiuchumi, Serikali pia inahakikisha inawawezesha ili waweze kufikia malengo yao katika masuala ya kujiinua kiuchumi na kuondokana na dhana ya utegemezi.

“Serikali ina mipango mbalimbali katika kuhakikisha kuwa wanawake wamewezeshwa kiuchumi, ikiwa ni pamoja na kuanzisha benki ya Wanawake ambayo moja ya majukumu yake ni kuhakikisha wanawake wanapata mikopo kwa kuzingatia viwango wanavyoweza kulipa” alisema mama Nkinga.

Aliitaja mikakati mingine kuwa ni pamoja na kuwa na mfuko wa maendeleo ya wanawake ambapo wanawake wanapewa mikopo yenye riba nafuu ambayo wanamudu kuilipa.

Aidha, Serikali kwa kushirikiana na wadau mbalimbali wameweza kuwasaidia wanawake katika masuala ambayo yamekuwa yakiwasumbua kwa muda mfefu kama vile umiliki wa ardhi. Kupitia elimu hii kwa sasa wanawake wanaruhusiwa kumiliki ardhi kisheria na kuondoa utata kuhusu suala hili.

Pamoja na mikakati hiyo, Serikali imeenelea kushirikiana na wadau kuhakikisha kuwa vikwazo mbali mbali vya mitaji na mikopo vinaondolewa ili kuhakikisha kuwa wanawake wengi wanapata fursa ya kukopa na kulipa kwa muda hivyo kuwa huru kuendelea na shughuli zao za kiuchumi.

“Idadi kubwa ya wakina mama wapo kwenye ujasiriamali na viwanda vidogo vidogo hivyo Serikali imekuwa ikitoa elimu kwao na kuwahimiza kukopa kwenye vyombo na taasisi za fedha kwa sababu huko wanakopa kulingana na uwezo wao na hii itawasaidia kufanikisha shughuli zao za ujasiriamali“ aliongeza mama Sihaba .

Aliwaasa wanawake kuachana na sekta isiyo rasmi na badala yake wajikite katika sekta rasmi maana huko kuna uzalishaji mkubwa ambao utawapatia soko la nje na aliwataka kuboresha bidhaa zao ili wawe tayari katika ushindani mkubwa zaidi wakati nchi yetu ikielekea katika uchumi wa viwanda.

Akizungumzia fursa na mlingano wa ajira kati ya wanawake na wanaume alisema kuwa upande wa ajira wote wanawake na wanaume wana nafasi sawa na kinachozingatiwa ni vigezo na sifa za waombaji wa ajira.

Katibu Mkuu huyo aliendelea kusema kwa sasa hakuna kazi za wanaume peke kwani upo uhalisia juu ya ushiriki wa wanawake wengi katika kazi za uhandisi, ukandarasi na udaktari.

Alitoa wito kwa wanawake, jamii na watanzania kwa ujumla kuitumia siku hii kutoa hamasa kwa wanawake na kuangalia nafasi yao katika jamii kipindi hiki ambapo Tanzania inaelekea katika uchumi wa kati na viwanda.

Ili kufikia azma ya uchumi wa viwanda, ni jukumu la kila Mtanzania kuhakikisha anadumisha Umoja wa nchi yetu na Utanzania wetu kwa kuwashirikisha wanawake, kwa kutoa elimu na kuwapa nafasi ili watoe mchango wao ipasavyo katika kuinua uchumi wa nchi.

Aidha, mama Nkinga alihimiza jamii kusimamia watoto wa kike na kuhakikisha wanapewa haki inayostahili ili nao wafike mahali waweze kutoa mchango wao kwa taifa.

Siku ya wanawake duniani huadhimishwa kila ifikapo tarehe 8, Machi kwa shughuli mbalimbali kama vile maandamano na hotuba, pia wanawake hutumia nafasi hiyo kutathmini mafanikio ya shughuli zao za maendeleo, changamoto zilizopo na kuweka mikakati ya utatuzi wa changamoto hizo. Kauli mbiu ya mwaka huu inasema “Tanzania ya viwanda, wanawake ni msingi wa mabadiliko ya kiuchumi.”
Waziri wa afya, Maendeleo ya jamii, Jinsia, wazee na watoto Ummy Mwalimu akikata utepe kuzindua kituo na kiwanda cha kuongeza thamani mazao ya nafaka cha Ititi kinachomilikiwa na vikundi vya akina mama VICOBA wa wilaya ya Singida, kulia kwake ni Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Singida Dokta Rehema Nchimbi na kushoto kwake ni Mkurugenzi Mkazi wa shirika la UN women Tanzania  Maria Karadenizli.
.Waziri wa afya, Maendeleo ya jamii, Jinsia, wazee na watoto Ummy Mwalimu akionyesha ndoo ambayo ni kifungashio cha mafuta ya alizeti yanayozalishwa katika kiwanda cha mount Meru millers Mkoani Singida
Waziri wa afya, Maendeleo ya jamii, Jinsia, wazee na watoto Ummy Mwalimu akiwa na Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Singida Dokta Rehema Nchimbi wakikagua kiwanda cha mafuta  cha Mount Meru Millers kilichopo mjini Singida, kiwanda hicho huzalisha mafuta ya alizeti ambayo ni mazuri kwa afya
Waziri wa afya, Maendeleo ya jamii, Jinsia, wazee na watoto Ummy Mwalimu akiwa na Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Singida Dokta Rehema Nchimbi wakikagua hatua za uongezaji wa thamani wa mazao ya nafaka kama mahindi, mtama na uwele katika kiwanda kinachomilikiwa na kikundi cha akina mama VICOBA wa Wilaya ya Singida


Tuesday, 7 March 2017









TAARIFA YA WAZIRI WA AFYA, MAENDELEO YA JAMII, JINSIA WAZEE NA WATOTO MHE. UMMY ALLY MWALIMU (MB) KWA VYOMBO VYA HABARI KUHUSU MAADHIMISHO YA SIKU YA WANAWAKE DUNIANI YA MACHI 8, MWAKA 2017









Nchi yetu kama zilivyo nchi nyingine wanachama wa Umoja wa Mataifa itaadhimisha Siku ya Wanawake Duniani ambayo kilele chake kitakuwa tarehe 8 Machi, 2017 na kwa mwaka huu itafanyika katika ngazi ya mkoa kwa kuzingatia amzingira ya mkoa husika.

Aidha Kaulimbiu ya maadhimisho ya mwaka 2017 ni TANZANIA YA VIWANDA: WANAWAKE NI MSINGI WA MABADILIKO YA KIUCHUMI”. Kaulimbiu hii imetoholewa kutokana na Kaulimbiu ya Kipaumbele ya Umoja wa Mataifa mwaka huu katika Mkutano wa 61 wa Hali ya Wanawake Duniani (CSW) inayosema Women Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work” ambayo tafsiri yake kwa lugha ya kiswahili ni “Uwezeshaji Wanawake: Kiuchumi Katika Dunia ya Mabadiliko ya Kazi”.

Kaulimbiu hii ya “Tanzania ya Viwanda: Wanawake ni Msingi wa Mabadiliko ya Kiuchumi” inalenga kuhamasisha jamii, Asasi za Kiraia, Sekta Binafsi, Taasisi za Serikali, Vyama vya Siasa, Wabia wa Maendeleo, mtu mmoja mmoja na wadau wengine hapa nchini Tanzania kuongeza wigo wa fursa za kiuchumi kwa wanawake ili kuwawezesha kushiriki na kunufaika na hatua za maendeleo katika kipindi hiki ambapo Tanzania inaelekea katika uchumi wa kati na wa viwanda.

Chimbuko la kuanzishwa kwa Siku ya Wanawake lilianza mwanzoni mwa miaka ya 1900 kufuatia maandamano ya wanawake wafanyakazi wa sekta ya viwanda nchini Marekani kupinga mazingira duni ya kazi. Waandamaji hao, walilalamikia ukosefu wa huduma za kijamii na kuwepo kwa vitendo vya unyanyasaji katika ajira ikiwemo wanawake kulipwa mshahara mdogo kwa kazi sawa ukilinganisha na wanaume.

Kwa kuzingatia hali hiyo, Umoja wa Mataifa baada kuanzishwa mwaka 1945 uliridhia kuwa tarehe 8 Machi kila mwaka iwe ni Siku ya Kimataifa ya Wanawake Duniani. Uamuzi wa Umoja wa Mataifa wa kuanzisha Siku ya Wanawake Duniani ulitokana na ukweli kwamba masuala ya haki, maendeleo na usawa wa wanawake yalihitaji msukumo maalumu na wa kipekee.

Lengo kuu la kuadhimisha Siku ya Wanawake Duniani ni kutoa fursa kwa jamii kupima utekelezaji wa maazimio, matamko, mikataba na itifaki mbalimbali za Kimataifa, kikanda  na kitaifa zinazohusu masuala ya maendeleo ya jinsia na uwezeshaji wanawake. Hii ni pamoja na kuhakikisha kuwa haki za wanawake kiuchumi, kijamii, kiutamaduni na kisiasa zinapatikana na zinalindwa.

Kuadhimisha Siku ya Wanawake Duniani ni kuhamasisha jamii kuhusu umuhimu wa kutambua na kuthamini uwezo na mchango mkubwa wa wanawake katika kuleta maendeleo pamoja na kuelezea jitihada mbalimbali zilizofanywa na Serikali na wadau mbalimbali katika kuwajengea uwezo wa kiuchumi na kijamii ili waweze kushiriki kikamilifu katika kujiletea maendeleo yao, familia zao, jamii na Taifa kwa ujumla.

Aidha wanawake ni kundi kubwa na muhimu katika jamii (asilimia 51 ya Watanzania Wote) na kwamba hakuna maendeleo yeyote yanayoweza kufikiwa ikiwa kundi hili litaachwa nyuma.

Kwa mantiki hiyo, Serikali kwa kushirikiana na wadau imekuwa ikichukua hatua mbalimbali katika kuhakikisha wanawake wanashiriki na kunufaika na uchumi hasa katika kipindi hiki ambacho nchi yetu imejipanga kuelekea katika uchumi wa viwanda na kuwa nchi ya uchumi wa kati.

Taarifa ya Jukwaa la Uchumi Duniani kuhusu ‘Pengo la Jinsia ya Mwaka 2016’ inaonesha kuwa kutokana na jitihada zilizofanyika nchi yetu inashika nafasi ya 53 kati ya nchi 144 zinazofanya vizuri katika masuala ya jinsia Duniani. 

Katika jitihada za  kuwawezesha wanawake kiuchumi Serikali imeanzisha Mfuko wa Maendeleo ya Wanawake ambao unatoa mikopo yenye masharti nafuu kwa ajili ya kuwawezesha wanawake wajasiriamali wadogo kuanzisha na kuendeleza biashara, viwanda vidogo, kilimo pamoja na shughuli nyingine za kiuchumi.

Aidha kupitia Mfuko huo, Halmashauri zimehamasishwa kuchangia asilimia tano ya mapato yao ya ndani ambapo katika kipindi cha Julai hadi Disemba, 2016 kiasi cha shs. 4,102,808,513 kilitolewa kwa vikundi vya wanawake na vijana katika Halmashauri 101 kupitia utaratibu huu.

Benki ya Wanawake Tanzania pia ilitoa mikopo yenye thamani ya Shs 9,323,240,000/-  kwa wajasiriamali 6,267 kati ya hao wanawake walikuwa 4,596. Hivyo, kiasi cha mikopo iliyotolewa imeongezeka kutoka Tshs. 112,473,600,000/- mwaka 2015 hadi kufikia Shs  121,796,840,000/-  mwaka 2016.

Aidha, idadi ya wajasiriamali waliopata na kunufaika na mikopo inayotolewa na Benki ya Wanawake Tanzania iliongezeka kutoka wajasiriamali 79,983 mwaka 2015 hadi kufikia wajasiriamali 86,250 mwaka 2016 ambapo asilimia 73 ya wanufaika wa mikopo hiyo ni wanawake.

Kwa kutambua umuhimu wa ushiriki wa wanawake katika fursa mbalimbali za kiuchumi, Serikali imeratibu na kuzindua majukwaa ya uwezeshaji wanawake kiuchumi. Majukwaa haya yatatumika kama sehemu muhimu kwa wanawake wajasiriamali kukutana na kujadili fursa za kiuchumi pamoja na changamoto mbalimbali zinazowakabili na namna bora ya kukabiliana na changamoto hizo.

Aidha, sheria ya Utumishi wa Umma ya Mwaka 2002, (ilivyofanyiwa marekebisho mwaka 2007) imetoa fursa sawa za ajira kati ya wanawake na wanaume. Kwa mujibu wa Sheria hiyo, pale inapotokea mwanaume na mwanamke wanapata alama sawa wakati wa usaili, mwanamke anapewa kipaumbele kupata nafasi hiyo.

Sheria ya Kazi na Mahusiano Kazini (2004) imetoa fursa sawa kati ya wanawake na wanaume kuhusu haki zao za ajira, ikiwa ni pamoja na kuwepo kwa likizo ya uzazi kwa wanawake na wanaume.

Kwa kutambua elimu na mafunzo ni nyenzo muhimu katika kuhakikisha wanawake na wanaume wanashiriki na kunufaika ipasavyo na uchumi wa viwanda, Serikali imeendelea kuhakikisha kila mtanzania anapata elimu kama haki ya msingi.

Katika kuhakikisha kuwa mtoto wa kike na wa kiume wanapata haki ya elimu, Serikali inatekeleza sera ya Elimu bila malipo ambayo inatoa fursa ya Elimu ya Msingi na ya Sekondari na kuwahakikishia watoto elimu hiyo bila kujali tofauti za kiuchumi.

Sera hii imeleta mafanikio makubwa katika eneo hili ambapo takwimu zinaonesha kuwapo ongezeko la udahili kwa watoto wa kike na kiume

Pamoja na masuala yote yaliyotajwa hapo juu Kumekuwepo na ongezeko la ushiriki wa wanawake katika ngazi mbalimbali za maamuzi. Marekebisho ya Katiba ya Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania ya mwaka 1995 na ya mwaka 2005 yalifanywa na kuongeza idadi ya viti maalum kwa wanawake vilivyoongezwa hadi kufikia asilimia 30. 

Katika kuhakikisha kuwa wanawake wanajengewa uwezo wa kisheria na kupata haki zao, sheria kadhaa zimetungwa na nyingine kufanyiwa marekebisho ikiwemo Sheria ya Makosa ya Kujamiiana yaani (SOSPA) ya  mwaka 1998, ambayo imefanyiwa marekebisho  na kuhuishwa kwenye Sheria ya Kanuni za Adhabu.

Sheria ya Ajira na Mahusiano kazini Na. 6 ya mwaka 2004 ambayo imetoa fursa sawa katika ajira na likizo ya Uzazi pamoja na Sheria ya Mtoto ya mwaka 2009; Sheria ya Ardhi na Sheria ya Ardhi ya Vijiji ya mwaka 1999, ambapo sheria hii inampa mwanamke haki ya kumiliki na kurithi ardhí sawa wanaume.

Pia, katika mwaka 2016/17 Bunge la Jamhuria ya Muungano limepitisha Sheria ya Msaada wa Sheria ya mwaka 2016 ambayo itasawadia wanawake hasa wenye kipato cha chini kupata haki zao za msingi.

Serikali inatambua kuwa ukatili dhidi ya wanawake bado ni tatizo kubwa ambalo linaathiri ushiriki wao katika shughuli za kiuchumi na kijamii. Katika kukabiliana na tatizo hilo, Serikali kwa kushirikiana na wadau mbalimbali imeandaa Mpango Kazi wa Taifa wa Kutokomeza Ukatili Dhidi ya Wanawake na Watoto (2017/18 – 2021/22) ambao ulizinduliwa tarehe 13 Disemba, 2016.

IMETOLEWA NA WAZIRI WA AFYA, MAENDELEO YA JAMII, JINSIA WAZEE NA WATOTO

Monday, 30 January 2017




 


JAMHURI YA MUUNGANO WA TANZANIA
WIZARA YA AFYA, MAENDELEO YA JAMII, JINSIA, WAZEE NA WATOTO

TANGAZO KWA UMMA
(Kwa Mujibu wa Kifungu cha 37 cha Sheria ya Mashirika Yasiyo ya Kiserikali Na. 24 ya Mwaka 2002 Kama ilivyorekebishwa Mwaka 2005)
Msajili wa Mashirika Yasiyo ya Kiserikali anautangazia umma kwamba katika kipindi cha Januari hadi Disemba, 2016 jumla ya Mashirika Yasiyo ya Kiserikali 570 yalisajiliwa na Mashirika Yasiyo ya Kiserikali 100 yalifutiwa usajili kutokana na sababu mbalimbali chini ya Sheria ya Mashirika Yasiyo ya Kiserikali Na. 24 ya mwaka 2002. Majina ya mashirika hayo ni kama inavyoonekana katika Orodha A na Orodha B. Tangazo hili linapatikana pia kwenye Tovuti za Wizara http//www.tnnc.go.tz na http// www.mcdgc.go.tz
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46.   COMMUNITY DISTINGUISHED ENVIROS CONSURVATION ORGANIZATION (CODECO)
47.   GET UP TANZANIA (GETZ)
48.   NYASA ASPIRING LIVEHOOD ORGANIZATION (NALO)
49.   MAZINGIRA YETU (MAYE)
50.   RULENGE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT CONSERVATION (RHEC)
51.   A STEP AWAY FOR POVERY (ASAPO)
52.   EGER FO GOOD HOPE ORGANIZATION
53.   KILIMANJARO PEOGRESSIVE HUSBANDRY FOUNDATION  (KPF)
54.   MUSOMA RURAL PAARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
55.   BUTIAMA PARALEGAL ORGANNIZATION (BPO)
56.   WILIFE EDUCATION ORGANIZATION (WiLdEd)
57.   SERENGETI WORLD MOVER
58.   COMMUNITY VISION AND BETTER FUTURE ORGANIZATION
59.   PENNY FOUNDATION
60.   WOMEN GLOBAL NETWORK FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHT - AFRICA
61.   ASTON VISION SUPPORT FOR NEEDLY CHILDREN AND ORPHANS ORGANIZATION
62.   CHILDREN CARE AND WOMEN SUPPORT COMPASSION ORGANIZATION
63.   BUSEGA RARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
64.   PAMBAZUKO FAMILY CHILDREN HOME FOUNDATION
65.   EQUALITY ENHANEMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (EEEDO)
66.   MOTHER NATURE AND NEEDED SAFE ENVIRONMENT ORGANIZATION (MANANSEO)
67.   WE ARE ALL NEEDED (WAN)
68.   COMMUNITY VOICES IN FOCUS (CVF)
69.   GIFT OF HOPE FOUNDATION
70.   VUGA DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (VUDEI)
71.   UZIMA KWA SANAA (UZIKWASA)
72.   KIBONDO PARALEGAL FOUNDATION
73.   TUNGUU AGRICULTURES SUPPORT AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
74.   SIMBA FOOTPRINT FOUNDATION
75.   VOICE OF EMPOWERED WOMEN FOUNDATION
76.   BUGANA COMMUNITY PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
77.   BAGAMOYO COMMUNITY CAPACITY EMPOWERMENT AND EDECATION
78.   CHAMPIONS OF HOPE
79.   RESEARCH AND FACILITATION FOR DEVELOPMENT (RFaD)
80.   GROWING MIND INITIATIVE
81.   EASTERN STAR CHILDREN'S ORGANIZATION
82.   POVERTY REDUCTION SHORE FOUNDATION
83.   TOUCHING COMMUNITY'S LIVES WALFARE FOUNDATION (TCLWF)
84.   HEALTHY COMMUNITY INITIATORS ORGANIZATION (HGCIO)
85.   LEAD WAY ORGANIZATION (LWO)
86.   INNOVATION AFRICA
87.   WAKWANZA PARAAALEGAL ORGANIZATION (WAPAO)
88.   WAKOMBOZI TANZANIA COMMUNITY HELP (WATCH)
89.   SANITARY AND HEALTH LIVING INITIATORS (SHLI)
90.   EMPOWERING OF SAVING RESILIENCE ORGANIZATION (ESRO)
91.   MAZINGIRA STAWISHI TANZANIA ORGANIZATION (MASTO)
92.   COMMUNITY BASIC HEALTH ORGANIZATION (COBAHO)
93.   LANDSCAPE & CONVERVATION MENTORS ORGANIZATION (LCMO)
94.   ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUPPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (ESUDEF)
95.   KOMBOA KILIMANJAARO ORGANIZATION
96.   LOLIONDO BEE KEEPING AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION
97.   NORTH COAST PROSPECTIVE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
98.   AMKENI LEGAL EDUCATION AND AID ORGANIZATION
99.   DEVELOPMENT DREAAMS ATTAINMENT FOUNDATION (DDAF)
100.SMILING KIDS FOUNDATION (SKF)
101.UVINZA PARALEGAL FOUNDATION (UPAFO)
102.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIAQ WILAYA YA LONGIDO (WASHEWIL0)
103.TASWIRA YA HAKI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
104.AGRO - ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION FOR ECONOMIC CHANGE ORGANIZATION
105.DELIGHTED HEARWAY COMMUNITY (DEHECO)
106.BUHIGWE PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION (BUPAO)
107.MANDELA PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION - KIGOMA (MAPAO)
108.FRIENDS OF LAKE TANGANYIKA
109.LONGIDO DEVELOPMENT FUND (LODEF)
110.KILOMBERO ORGANISATION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (KOCD)
111.PEACE STRENGTHENING AND ECONOMIC DERIVATIVE ORGANIZATION
112.PAZA SAUTI FOUNDATION (PASAFO)
113.YOUTHS INNOVATORS AND COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION TANZANIA
114.ULEMBWE ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION (U.E.O)
115.A DROP OF CHANGE
116.UYUI RESOURCES AND INETRGRATED DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
117.FOUNDATION FOR AFRICAN EMPOWERMENT (FAE)
118.TANGA INITIATIVE AND MINDSET ORGANIZATION
119.MODERN GENERATION DEVELOPMENT CLUSTERS (MOGDEC)
120.GLOBAL JAMII FOUNDATION
121.HEALTHIER AND CONSCIOUSNESS DEVELOPMENT (HECODE)
122.ACTIVATION OF YOUTH FOR DEVELOPMENT
123.EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT EYES (EAE)
124.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA SINGIDA (WASS)
125.TUNDUMA FRIENDS OF AIDS EDUCATION (TUFAE)
126.GOOD WILL AND HUMANITY
127.UPENDO FOR DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
128.ASSISTANCE FOR EDUCATION IN TANZANIA
129.VENTURE GREEN HOUSE TANZANIA
130.FIKRA MPYA NA JAMII ENDELEVU
131.YOUTH AWAIKENING FOR CULTURAL AND WILDLIFE TOURISM
132.RENEW ORGANIZATION
133.PATRIOTIC INITIATIVES TANZANIA
134.CIVIL EDUCATION AND CRIME FREE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION (CECFCO)
135.TANZANITE 2014 DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (TANZA 2014 DEO)
136.HAI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
137.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA SIHA
138.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA MOSHI MJINI
139.MWANGA PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
140.SAME PARALEGAL
141.ACRA FOUNDATION
142.DOOR OF HOPE FOR WOMEN (DOHOTAWO)
143.PSYCHOSOCIAL HEALTH AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT SKILLS (PHEDES)
144.WAJIBU WETU FOUNDATION
145.YOUTH VOLUNTEERS FOR PEACE & DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
146.BAOBAB PRIDE OF AFRICA
147.WOMEN & CHILDREN'S RELIEF ORGANIZATION
148.UP WITH COMMUNITY
149.MWANANCHI FOUNDATION
150.GIVE & LOVE CHARITY ORGANIZATION (G.L.C.O)
151.SHIRIKA LA NEEMA YA JAMII TANZANIA
152.BUNDA PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
153.SHIRIKA LA AMANI NA MABADILIKO LA MAENDELEO
154.SEPEKO DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
155.SAVE AND UPLIFT DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
156.ACTIVE HELP FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (AH4ESD)
157.TANZANIA SUSTAINABLE FOR PROMOTING ORGANIZATION (TASULIPO)
158.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA MOSHI VIJIJINI
159.SUSTAINABLE BEE KEEPING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (SEBEAUDE)
160.ENHANCE TANZANIA FOUNDATION
161.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA NA HAKI ZA BINADAMU MEATU (WASHEHABIME)
162.GROUP KILIMANJARO INC.
163.BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
164.LOVING FACE CHILDREN & ORPHANAGE FOUNDATION
165.SEED GLOBAL HEALTH INC.
166.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA BUKOBA (WASHEBU)
167.STANDARD VOICE
168.HUMAN NETWORK INTERNATIONAL (HNI)
169.STREETS OF HOPE
170.LIVESTOCK FOREVER ORGANIZATION (LIFO)
171.CITIZEN READY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CIRESUDO)
172.PROUD DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
173.MAMA AND CHILD OF RORYA FOUNDATION (MCRF)
174.ORGANIZATIONB AGAINST TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS (ORATA)
175.EQUALITY PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
176.SAUTI ZETU PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
177.KATUKA PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
178.MKOMBOZI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
179.MIKONO YA ULINZI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
180.MALE ADVOCACY FOR GENDER EQUALITY (MAFGE)
181.HAKIZETU TANZANIA
182.CHILD ADVVVOCATE FOUNDATION
183.ISLAND LEGAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION ORGANIZATION
184.WOMEN AND ELECTRONICS IN TANZANIA
185.MTETEZI COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION FOUNDATION
186.VANGUARDS OF AFRICAN HERITAGE (VOAH)
187.THE WHITE RIBBON ALLIANCE FOR SAFE MOTHERHOOD IN TANZANIA
188.DIRA NA MAENDELEO YETU
189.FOUNDATION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS WITH DISABILITIES TANZANIA
190.NEW HORIZON FOUNDATION
191.EMPOWER WIDOWS AND CHILKDREN ORGANIZATION (EWC)
192.SUSTAINABLE MOVEMENT AND ACTION DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
193.SAVE THE YOUTH (SAYON)
194.GREEN AFRICA INITIATIVE (GAI)
195.MOTIVATION FOR YOUTH SELF RELIANCE ORGANUZATION
196.SAFINA WOMEN ASSOCIATION
197.BINTI YETU FOUNDATION
198.VI TREE PLANTING FOUNDATION (Vi - AGROFORESTRY)
199.TANZANIA GENDER ENTERPRENURSHIP DEVELOPMENT (TAGEDO)
200.RIGHTS OF PASRORALIST & FARMERS ORGANIZATION
201.ORGANIZATION FOR REPRODUCTIVE AND CHILD HEALTH CARE (ORECHCA)
202.IRINGA MERCY ORGANIZATION
203.AGENCY FOR COOPERATION AND RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENT (ACORD)
204.MASS COMPASSION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOMENT
205.WORLD INTERACTIONS AND SOCIAL PROGRESS ORGANIZATION (WISPO)
206.THINKERS CONCERN FOR DEVELOPMENT (THICODO)
207.STAND FOR CHILDREN WELFARE ORGANIZATION (S.C.W.O.)
208.GREEN FEEDERS
209.TANZANIA ANIMAL WELFARE CHARITY (TAWEC)
210.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA KAKONKO (WASHEKA)
211.THE FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
212.AFRICAN FORESTRY (AF)
213.FIGHTERS FOR DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABILITY (FIDESU)
214.TANZANIA KWANZA FOUNDATION (TAKWAFO)
215.TUMAINI HOME ORGANIZATION
216.MWELEKEO WA JAMII
217.SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE
218.FAHAMU FOUNDATION (FAFO)
219.SAUTI YA HAKI TANZANIA
220.WASAIDIZI WA SHERIA HAKI ZA BINADAMU TANDAHIMBA (WASHABITA)
221.CHARITY TO THE NEEDY (CZN)
222.UHAI WA MAZINGIRA KAWETELE (UWAMAKA)
223.KUTETEA NA KUINUA MAISHA YA WALEMAVU NA WASIOJIWEZA TANZANIA
224.DISABLED INITIATIVE FOUNDATION
225.TAIFA JIPYA FOUNDATION
226.RAFIKI TANZANIA
227.TWENDE SAWA FOUNDATION
228.MAISHA MEMA FOUNDATION TANZANIA
229.CENTURY DEVELOPMENT
230.WSU INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
231.SAFETY AWARENESS INITIATIVE IN TANZANIA (SAIT)
232.ASPIRES TANZANIA
233.ACTIVE WOMEN FOUNDATION
234.CHANGE - MAKERS FOUNDATION
235.HEALTH PROMOTION AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION (HEPREF)
236.ALIVE FOUNDATION (ALIF)
237.HUMANITARIAN AID OUTREACH FOUNDATION (HAOF)
238.MKONO WA MAENDELEO VIJIJINI
239.TANZANIA JOURNALISTS CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION (TJCO)
240.PARADISE CHILDREN FOUNDATION
241.CAPACITY BUILDING FOUNDATION FOR UNPRIVILEGED CHILDREN
242.THE GLOBAL SHAPERS COMMUNITY
243.BUHIGWE GREEN INNOVATION
244.FOUNDATION FOR CHILD LIFE
245.TANZANIA ACTION FOR LEGAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANCEMENT
246.MOROGORO RECOVERY COMMUNITY TANZANIA (MRC - TANZANIA)
247.JASIRI YOUTH FOUNDATION
248.EVERGREEN TANZANIA
249.GREEN ENERGY FOR ALL (GE4ALL)
250.ISLAMIC HELP
251.FLOURISHING COMMUNITY TANZANIA
252.ACTION LINE FOR DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
253.FEMME INTERNATION
254.PROPELLING MINDSET FOR SELF - HELP ORGANIZATION
255.INNER ACHIEVEMENT
256.DIGITAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
257.INDEPENDENT YOUTH FOR DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIO
258.AGED SUNSHINE TANZANIA
259.LEGAL EMPOWERMENT TO WOMEN AND CHILDREN (LEWC)
260.FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING FOR DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
261.KABALIKA FOUNDATION
262.LEGAS EYE AND JUSTICE FOUNDATION (LEJT)
263.DEMOGRAPHY EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT ORGANIZATION
264.STAR FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SQUIRE
265.KAJERA WOMEN EMPOWERMENT FACILITY (KAAAAWEF)
266.TUNU FOUNDATION
267.JEMA ACTION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
268.TOUCHING COMMUNITY LIFE ALLIACE
269.HEALTHY NATURE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH (HNEG)
270.NYOTA YA JAMII - TANZANIA
271.VOLUNTARY ACTION SUPPORT FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN
272.BRIGHTNESS TANZANIA HOME FOUNDATION
273.TULIJANGE FOUNDATION
274.ADVOCACY FOR HEQLTH AND DEVELOPMENT (AHEAD)
275.YOUTH EMPOWERMENTS AND MINDSET CHANGE ORGANIZATION
276.PRO EARTH TANZANIA
277.SOCIAL JUSTICE CONCERN
278.TANZANIA ALLIANCE FOR HEALTH AND HUMANITARIAN
279.ALBINISM AWERENESS FOUNDATION
280.COMPACT WISDOM FOUNDATION
281.DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL RECOVERY FOUNDATION
282.USHIRIKI WA VIJANA NA MAENDELEO (UVIMA)
283.FOUNDATION FOR EQUABLE DEVELOPMENT
284.KENNEDY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
285.JIENDELEZE TANZANIA
286.AMANI FOUNDATION
287.WOMEN'S IN DEVELOPMENT
288.GRANDIOSE WATER
289.ST. CAMILLUS FOUNDATION
290.CARE FOR TOMPRROW ORGANIZATION
291.WOMEN OF VISION (WOV)
292.HER INITIATIVE
293.RIGHT WAY FOR DEVELOPMENT (RIWADE)
294.ANDRE FOOD'S INTERNATIONAL
295.NEW AGE FOUNDATION (NAF)
296.FURAHA PAMOJA FOUNDATION
297.TANZANIA WOMEN LEADERSHIP ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION (TAWLAO)
298.AFRICAN YOUTH FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
299.SPORTS CHARITY
300.NEW DAWN DEVELOPMENT (NDD)
301.MAKETE PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION (MAPAO)
302.LUDEWA PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
303.LWANDASHENE PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
304.MWANAMKE BORA TANZANIA
305.GATEWAY TO SUCCESS FOUNDATION (GSF)
306.BUMBULI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
307.THE LIGHT OF MIRACLE ORGANIZATION
308.TANZANIA CONSERVATIONIST LOCAL HUNTING ORGANIZATION (TACHO)
309.CONNECT COMMUNITY WITH ADVOCACY AND EMPOWERMENT TANZANIA
310.AFYA PLUS
311.AGROPRENEUR TANZANIA
312.GABRIEL FOUNDATION
313.FURSA CONNECT INITIATIVE (F.C.I.)
314.JAMII DEVELOPMENT VISION (JADEVI
315.MATHAYO SULEIMAN FOUNDATION
316.ALIVE AND SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
317.WE THE NATURE
318.ENCOURAGED COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
319.NYIRABU FOUNDATION
320.FOCUSED ENTERPRENEURSHIP FOR POVERTY FIGHTING
321.LEGAL AND MINKIND AID IN MINING AREAS (LMAMA)
322.FEATURES FOUNDAATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
323.SPORTS FOR CHANGE TANZANIA
324.DEVELOPMENT SKILLS FOR YOUTH POSITIVE CHANCE ORGANIZATION
325.JAMII YETU
326.EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT AND RESTORATION FOUNDATION (EIRF)
327.AMAZING HOMELESS KIDS FOUNDATION
328.HAIBA YA MAENDELEO KING'ONGO (HAMAKI)
329.LIFE TORCH PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION (LTPO)
330.READJUST SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
331.POVERTY FREE AND EMPOWERED COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
332.FOUNDATUIN FOR SOCIAL ASSISTANCE AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT
333.WASTE MANAGEMENT VOLUNTEERS (WAMAVO)
334.COMMUNITY SANITATION AND LIVELIHOOD ADVANCEMENT
335.NUSURA YA MAZINGA TANZANIA
336.NURU ELIMU TANZANIA ORGANIZATION
337.POSITIVE FOCAL FOR ENVIRONMENT TANZANIA
338.TUJITUME NEW GENERATION FOUNDATION (TUNGEFO)
339.HAND IN EASTERN AFRICA (TZ)
340.SOCIAL INITIATIVE AND HEALTH ADVANCEMENT TANZANIA (SIHA - TANZANIA)
341.EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT FOR TANZANIA CHILD
342.GREEN PEACE FOUNDATION
343.READING FOR DEVELOPMENT TANZANIA
344.VIKTORIA DEVELOPMENT MOVERS AND EDUCATION SUPPORT ORGANIZATION
345.DEAF'S SUSTAINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
346.TUMAINI LETU NSHAMBA
347.QUALITY WOMEN FOUNDATION
348.TANZANIA NETWORK OF HOPE NEW LIFE FOR THE Q. NEEDY
349.TANZANIA ENTREPRENEURS MOTIVATION IN SELF EMPLOYMENT (TEMISE)
350.VICTORIA NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES INITIATIVE (VNCI)
351.GENERATION ENLIGHTMENT AND EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME (PALISEP)
352.POSTORDUSTS LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT AND EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME
353.TROPICAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION TRUST (THET)
354.COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT INTERACTION ORGANIZATION (COEDIO)
355.WHISTLE FOR NATURE RECONCILIATION
356.BUILDING FUTURE OF YOUTH AND CHILDREN FOUNDATION
357.FAHARI TUAMKE MAENDELEO (FTM)
358.ENVIECOSYSTEEMS CONVERVATION AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (ECOSOMA)
359.MIKONO ART FOUNDATION
360.EVERLASTING ARMS
361.TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
362.WATOTO HAPPY AND PEACE FOUNDATION
363.EMPOWER COMMUNITY ACTIONS (ECA)
364.FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH MANAGEMENT (FARM - AFRICA)
365.NEEDS ASSURANCE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES TANZANIA
366.CARE FOR HIV / AIDS FOUNDATION
367.REFORMED STREET KIDS OF AFRICA (KIDS OF AFRICA)
368.VENITE VEDRETE (COME AND SEE - TANZANIA)
369.HEROES ARTS FOUNDATION (HA FOUNDATION)
370.TEEN MOTHER FOUNDATION (TEMO FOUNDATION)
371.PAMOJA TUWAJIBIKE FOUNDATION (PTWF)
372.THE LEONARDUS MEMORIAL YOUTH FOUNDATION
373.SAVE EDUCATION AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
374.THE TOA NAFASI PROJECT Inc.
375.NKASI DEVELOPMENT IDEAL
376.MARA COUNSELLING AND CARE ORGANIZATION (MACCO)
377.YOUNG DREAMS DEVELOPMENT ATTAINMENT FOUNTATION (YODDEAF)
378.NATURE TANZANIA
379.ACTORS IN COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY (ACEES)
380.TANZANIA STEWARSHIP FOR NATURE RESOURCE
381.GROW WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES (GWET)
382.WILDLIFE PROTECTION FOR FUTURE FOUNDATION
383.KILIMANJARO TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION
384.WAKWETU PEOPLE'S DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
385.MKWAWA MOJA ALUMNI FOUNDATION (MMAE)
386.ASSISTANCE TO BETTER CHILDREN AND YOUTHS LIVES ORGANIZATIO
387.SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
388.MBALIZI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION (MBAPAO)
389.PATRIOTIC ACTION FOR LEGAL AID (PALA)
390.ALBINO'S ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AND HEALTH FOUNDATION (AEEHF)
391.FURURE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTS ORGANIZATION
392.TANZANIA RESOURCES RESCUE AND CONSUMPTION (TRRC)
393.SUPPORTING AND EDUCATING COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION (SECO)
394.DIRA NJEMA FOUNDATION
395.SOCIAL VOLUNTEERISM PROMOTION ORGANIZATION
396.BONDENI VILLAGE ORGANIZATION
397.KILIMANJARO LEPER'S SUPPORT (KILESU)
398.COMMUNITY KICK AGAINST AIDS
399.YOUTH SELF HELP FOUNDATION
400.REACH DREAMS FOR YOUTHS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES (RDYPD)
401.POTENTIAL ENHANCEMENT FOUNDATION (PEF)
402.SOCIAL LIFE AWARENESS ORGANIZATION
403.STOUFFVILLE - IGOMA PARTERSHIP ORGANIZATION
404.WATER KIOSK FOUNDATION
405.JSI RESEARCH AND TRAINING INSTITUTE Inc.
406.TANZANIA VIJANA AGRICS AND PARALEGAL (TAVAPA)
407.THE NEW WASHBURN FOUNDATION (NWBF)
408.LEGACY FOR HUMAN DIGNITY
409.TANZANIA SUPERS ENTREPRENEURS ORGANIZATION
410.OPEN MIND TANZANIA
411.RAIN FOR CHILD SUPPORT ORGANIZATION (RCSO)
412.UMOJA MISSION
413.WORLD GIFT
414.WOMEN & YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMPOWERMENT PIONESSRS (WYEP)
415.RAFIKI WA WOTE CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION
416.ENVIRO - SANITATION TANZANIA
417.KUTEMBEA NA TANZANIA
418.FORUM FOR AFRICAN WOMEN EDUCATIONALISTS TANZANIA FAWETZ
419.MULTSKILLS SUPPORT IN DEVE3LOPMENT (MSIDE)
420.FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH MOTIVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
421.WELLBEING AND RELIEF FOR CHILDREN ORGANIZATION (WRC)
422.TANZANIA ESPERATO LINGUISTIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPLMET (TELCO)
423.TANZAHIMBA DEVELOPMENT VISION FOR YOUTH (TADEVIYO)
424.YOUTH POWER LINK FOUNDATION (YOPOLIFO)
425.CHARITY WOMEN CARE ORGANIZATION (C4WC)
426.INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE SERVICES CORPS
427.LIFE CHANGE RUKWA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
428.ILLUMINATE YOUTH CREATIVITY AND DEVELOPMENT (IYOCAD)
429.CHALINZE PARALEGAL (CHAPA)
430.VICTORIA FARMING AND FISHING ORGANIZATION
431.IRAMBA IN ACTION FOR COMMUNITY PROSPERITY
432.NGUZO IMARA
433.COMMUNITY DESTINYI FOR HUMAN AID DEVELOPMENT AID FOUNDATION (CODEHDAF)
434.GREEN LEAF ORGANIZATION (GLO)
435.THE BANDARI YA MAENDELEO FOUNDATION
436.MICROFINANCE AND ENTERPRISE SUPPORT ORGANIZATION
437.WINGS OF MERCY PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT ORGANIZATION (WMPSO)
438.ALLIANCE FOR YOUTH EMANCIPATION AND SOCIAL INVESTIMENT (A YOESI)
439.TANZANIA EMPLOYMENT FOR COMMUNITY ENLIGHTEN INITIATIVE (TECEI)
440.ZAWADI YANGU INITIATIVE
441.ECO - CONSERVATION FOR AFRICA
442.CHARITY VISION TANZANIA
443.LUBANGO ORGANIZATION
444.CHINGUKOTA ORGANIZATION
445.ADVENT HUMAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDAATION (AHD)
446.AMKA MAENDELEO TANZANIA
447.MAPENDO BROTHERHOOD ORGANIZATION (M.B.O.)
448.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY FOR ORPHAN STUDENTS
449.LARAMATAK LIVELIHOOD AND EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVES
450.WOMEN UNITED FOR DEVELOPMENT
451.BRAND TANZANIA INITIATIVE (BTI)
452.LIBRARY AID TANZANIA (libAT)
453.FRIENDS OF PEOPLE ORGANIZATION (FOP)
454.DEVELOPING AGRICULTURE AND FARMERS INITIATIVES FOUNDATION (DAFIF)
455.LEGAL VISION ORGANIZATION (LEVO)
456.SASA DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIONS
457.KARIBU TANZANIA ORGANIZATION (KTO)
458.UNIVERSAL INITIATIVE FOUNDATION
459.AFRO FARMERS CARE FOUNDATION (AFRO FOUNDATION)
460.WOMEN FOR LEGAL SERVICE ORGANIZATION (WLSO)
461.NAMLINDA FOUNDATION
462.FARMERS AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH FOUNDATION (FACOF)
463.HANDS - ON SCIENCE ORGANIZATION TANZANIA (HSOT)
464.HEALTH & INSURANCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES ORGANIZATION (HIMSO)
465.SHIRIKA LA MABADILIKO YA KILIMO TUNDURU (SHIMAKITU)
466.THE STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION - SDF
467.COMMUNITY LIFE AMELIORATION ORGANIZATION (CLA)
468.ORGANIZATION FOR RIGHT AND CAREER AWARENESS (ORiCA)
469.UTAFITI FOUNDATION FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
470.KARAGWE RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AGENCY (KARUDECA)
471.CONSERVATION FOUNDATION TANZANIA
472.FORWARD STEP ORGANIZATION (FSO)
473.COMMUNITY ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND LEGAL SUPPORT (CEELS)
474.JOURNALISTS FRIENDS OF WILDLIFE AND NATURAL HERITAGE ( JFWNH)
475.SAFETY BRIDGE PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (SBPD)
476.RAYS OF DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (RDF)
477.ALLIANCE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL AND ICT DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
478.SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DRIVEN ORGANIZATION (SDDO)
479.VICTORY AGAINSTCANCER
480.LANGA MEMORIAL IN COMMUNITY SUPPORT (LMCS)
481.TANZANIA ACROSS CHALLENGES REDUCTION INITIATIVE (TANCROSI)
482.FORTIS HEALTH ACTION RESEARCH ORGANIZATION
483.JALI FOUNDATION
484.PWANI LIVELHOOD DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (PLDI)
485.FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH HEALTH AND MALISHAMBA
486.ECO - SAFETY AND CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION (ECO)
487.MODERN FARMING INITIATIVE
488.TANZANIA SUSTAINABLE POVERTY ALLEVIATION (TASPA)
489.THE NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL (N.R.C)
490.WOMEN EMPOWERMENT SOLUTION TANZANIA (WEST)
491.ARUSHA YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
492.MAARIFA - SU
493.MUFINDI PRIDE FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT (MUPCE)
494.THE FOUNDATION FOR VILLAGERS POVERTY ERADICATION
495.KILIMANJARO WOMEN INFORMATION EXCHANGE & COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION (KWIECO)
496.WOMEN'S INTERLINK FOUNDATION
497.CHILD RIGHTS MEDIA FOUNDATION (CRMF)
498.FREE MIND FOUNDATION (FMF)
499.STAR OF ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT TANZANIA
500.HEALTHY AND FERTILITY EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
501.SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS YOUTH INITIATIVES (SHYI)
502.DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS FOUNDATION (DEPF)
503.PATHWAYS FOUNDATION FOR THE POOR (PFP)
504.MNDIGA INNOVATION ORGANIZATION
505.TANZANIA ALLIANCE FOR BIODIVERSITY (TABIO)
506.TARGET ATAINMENT FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (TASD)
507.KASULU MOBILE EYE CARE FOUNDATION
508.ULTIMATE SUPPORT FOR SELF INITIATIVE
509.WOMEN WLWVATORS ORGANIZATION (WOE)
510.INSPIRED SELF - RELIANCE INITIATIVE (ISRI)
511.EYE FOR AFRICAN PEOPLE (E.F.A.P)
512.RUNGWE LEGAL AND SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANIZATION (RLSWO)
513.WINDOW FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE ORGANIZATION (WJPU)
514.INITIATIVE FOR COMMUNITY JUSTICE (ICOJU)
515.FORTE EMPOWER (for E)
516.TANZANIA LIGHT FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS ORGANIZATION
517.NEEMA INTERNATIONAL
518.FRUTIFULL ORGANIZATION
519.ACTION FOR DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION - TANZANIA (ADF - TZ)
520.AFRICA HUMANITARIAN ACTION
521.TIME TO HELP FOUNDATION
522.HUMANITY AMPLIFY ORGANIZATION
523.TIMIZA ACTION FOUNDATION (TA FOUNDATION)
524.MAMA CHAKULA FOUNDATION
525.ZIGI COMMUNITY STABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT
526.SEED TOURISM TANZANIA
527.SERENGETI ECO PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE (SEPDA - TANZANIA)
528.LAKE VICTORIA ECOSYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK (LVESNET - TANZANIA)
529.NHINHI PEACE ADVOVATES FOUNDATION NPAF)
530.SMART FARMERS AND TRANSFORMATION
531.FOUNDATION FOR DETERMINATION AND DEVELOPMENT (FSDD)
532.HOME FOR EDUCATION SUSTAINABILITY (HESU)
533.FOUNDATION FOR MATERNAL LIFE
534.EMPOWER SUSTAINABLE HEALTH INITIATIVE (ESHI)
535.ENTREPRENEURSHIP CHAMPIONS FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (ECY)
536.SHIRIKA LA JAMII NA MAPINDUZI YA UCHUMI TANZANIA
537.COMMUNITY  PEACE AND WELFARE ORGANIZAIA (CPWO)
538.ASSISTANCE FOR COMMUNITY LIGHTERNING ORGANIZATION (ACLO)
539.VISION THE FUTURE INITIATIVE
540.ELIMU MWANGAZA TANZANIA
541.TANZANIA REFUGEE AND MIGRATION NETWORK (TAREMINET)
542.TANZANIA FARMER'S PRODUCTIVITY AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (TAFAPDO)
543.OLOF PALME PEACE FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL INC.
544.FARMERS EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVE (FEI)
545.TANZANIA RURAL WATER ORGANIIZATION (TARUWO)
546.TEGEMEO PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION
547.FOUNDATION FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
548.PERMACULTURE FOUNDATION
549.UNIQUEDIRECT
550.MAASAI PASTORALISTS DEVOTE INITIATIVES (MPDI)
551.ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN AND YOUTH SURVIVORS (AWCYS)
552.HIGHLAND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION
553.WOMEN AND STANDARD CHANGES ORGANIZATION
554.SOCIAL DETERMINATION AND RELIEF ORGANIZATIN
555.RIGHTS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE ORGANIZATION
556.GENDER AND SOCIAL REFORM ORGANIZATION (GSRO)
557.HOSSANA HOME CARE FOUNDATION
558.TANZANIA DISABILITY INCLUSIVE CONSORTIUM
559.MIRAMBO FOUNDATION
560.CHILDREN & YOUTH WITH DISABILITY FOCUS (CYDF)
561.MWANZO IMARA
562.PATRIOTISM REVIVAL INITIATIVE (PRI)
563.JAMII HURU INITIATIVES (JAHI)
564.TANZANIA SPORTS CONNECTION & EVOLUTION (TSCE)
565.TANZANIA JENEROUS WOMEN FOUNDATION (TGWF)
566.EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT PRACTIONERS ORGANIZATION OF TANZANIA (ECDPOT)
567.WORLD SERVE INTERNATIONAL
568.LEGAL RIGHTS ENLIGHTMENT ORGANIZATION (LREO)
569.SULUNGAI PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION (SPO)
570.KONGWA MWITAZAJE PARALEGAL ORGANIZATION (KMPO)

B.   Majina ya Mashirika Yasiyo ya Kiserikali yaliyofutiwa usajili mwaka 2016

1.       AFRICAN GENDER AND GOOD GOVERNANCE ALLIANCE
2.       AFRICAN WILDLIFE FOUNDATION
3.       AGENDA FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
4.       ANTIOKIA MISSION INTERGRATED SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
5.       BUSEGWE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
6.       BUTIAMA DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
7.       CARE FOR THE CHILD (CFC)
8.       CHAKUFAA DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
9.       CHAMA CHA KUSAIDIA WATOTO YATIMA MAKAMBAKO
10.    COMFORT WOMEN RELIEF FOUNDATION
11.    COMMUNITY AGRICULTURAL ACTION SERVICES CENTRE
12.    COMMUNITY SERVICES SUPPORT OF TANZANIA (COSESU-T)
13.    DAUGHTERS OF ZION FOUNDATION LTD
14.    DEFENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS CITIZEN RIGHTS
15.    DEVELOPERS OF SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY BASED ACTIVITIES (DESCOBA)
16.    EDNA DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
17.    EMPOWERMENT AGAINST POVERTY AND HIV/AIDS
18.    EMPOWERMENT FOR THE DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITY (EDC)
19.    ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND NUTRITIONAL SERVICES AGENCY (EMA-NUSA)
20.    GLOBAL VISION TANZANIA (GVT)
21.    HOPE MISSION OF DEVELOPMENT FOR THE DISABLED (HOMIDED)
22.    HURUMA CHILD MINISTRY CENTRE
23.    HURUMA REHABILITATION PROGRAMME
24.    IMANI WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT ASSOCIATION (IWEA)
25.    INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS
26.    IZAAZ MEDICAL PROJECT
27.    JUMUIYA EDUCATION BAGAMOYO (JEBA)
28.    JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF TANZANIA
29.    KILIMO HAI TANZANIA (KIHATA)
30.    KUZA EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
31.    MANDATE AFRICA FOUNDATION
32.    MASASI FARMERS ADVOCACY ASSOCIATION (MAFADA)



33. MAZINGIRA INSTITUTE OF TANZANIA (MAI-TANZANIA)
34. SUMBAWANGA ESCARPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION (SEECO)
35. MFUKO WA MAENDELEO YA WAISLAM MKOA WA RUVUMA
36. MKONGO MLOKA DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
37. MOROGORO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ACTION GROUP
38. MUUNGANO DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (MUDEA)
39. MWAKALELI COMMUNITYDEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (MWACODO)
40. MWALIMU NYERERE UWC FOR SELF RELIANCE
41. MWANANYAMALA WOMEN LDEVELOPMENT GROUP (MWAWODE)
42. NATIONAL LIFE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
43. NJOMBE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (NDO)
44. NORWEGIAN PEOPLE AID
45. OLOF PALME ORPHANS CENTRE
46. DEVELOPMENT AGENCY PROBATION TIME RESEARCH
47. PANGOLIN ELITE SPORTS FOUNDATION
48. PERIPHERY AREAS DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (PADA)
49. POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (PADEFO)
50. POVERTY FIGHTERS AND CHARITABLE GROUP
51. POVERTY FIGHTERS AND DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY OF TANZANIA (POFIDESO)
52. PRICESS AGNES FOUNDATION
53. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION TANZANIA (PATA)
54. PROMOTION OF FARMING AND ORPHANS EDUCATION IN TANZANIA (PROFOET)
55. RESTE YOUTH TRAINING TRUST FUND
56. RIDHIKA SHIRIKA LA ULINZI NA MAZINGIRA
57. RURAL ACCESS TECHNOLOGY INORMATION AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES (RATHS)
58. RURAL FAMILY LIFE PLANNING ASSOCIATION
59. RURAL INITIATIVES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TANZANIA - RIDE(T)
60. RURAL ORIENTED SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (ROSDO)
61. RURAL WOMEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
62. SAMORSES EDUCATION FOUNDATION
63. SANTA MERINA EDUCATION FOUNDATION
64. SAVE LIFE ASSOCIATION
65. SOCIETY FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES (SRDF)
66. SOLIDARITY WOMEN GROUP (SWG)
67. SOLUTION AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISADVANTAGED IN AFRICA (SODA)
68. SOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN TANZANIA (YODIT)
69. SUSTAINABLE INTERGRATED FARMING AND HEALTH IMPROVEMENT TAMADA
70. TANZANIA ACTION FOR PASTORAL EDUCATION ADVOCACY (TACEA)
71. TANZANIA ASSOCIATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS (TAEES)
72. TANZANIA GIRL'S EMPOWERMENT (TAGE)
73. TANZANIA HURUMA AIDS ORGANIZATION (THAO)
74. TANZANIA INITIATIVES FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION (TIPA)
75. TANZANIA JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION (TAJA)
76. TANZANIA MANGROVE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (TAMPA)
77. TANZANIA MARGINALIZED AREAS COMMUNITY SERVICES FOUNDATION
78. TANZANIA SUPPORT AND TRAINING YOUTH AND WIDOWS ASSOCIATION
79. TANZANIA TENANTS ASSOCIATION
80. TANZANIA YOUTH MUSLIM ASSOCIATION (TAYMA)
81. TARIME – SIRARI GROUP (TARSI) TAX SERVICES TANZANIA
82. TECHNOWLEDGE TANZANIA (TKTZ)
83. TELECOMS AND ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS ASSOCIATION (TETA)
84. TEMEKE DISTRICT YOUTH FOUNDATION (TEYOFO)
85. THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS AND TANZANIA
86. NAMTUMBO NETWORK OF CIVIL SOCIETY (NANECISO)
87. THE SURVIVAL AFRICA TRUST (SAT)
88. THE TANZANIA HERALDS YOUTH SERVICES (THEYS)
89. THE VOICE OF THE AIDS AND ORPHANS (VOTAO)
90. THE WOMEN WIDOW CHILDREN AND FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT
91. TUMAINI ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN CENTRE
92. UMOJA WA DOUYA NA MAKANGAWE (UDOMA)
93. UMOJA WA MADEREVA WA MABASI TANZANIA (UWAMATA)
94. WATOTO CARE ORGANIZATION (WACO)
95. WOMEN AND YOUTH ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (WOYEDE)
96. WOMEN DEVELOPNMENT AND GENDER
99. SAIDIA JAMII YA WAZEE KAGERA SAJAWAKA)
100. UKIMWI ORPHANS ASSISTANCE (UKOA)

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