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Actions for Democracy and Local Governance (ADLG)

Actions for Democracy and Local Governance (ADLG) is a nongovernmental organization advocating for active citizen’s participation, local democracy and governance in Tanzania. It focuses on topics such as governance and public policy, policy and advocacy, public resources management, freedom of expression and civil rights, natural resources management and agriculture.
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Climate Action Network (CAN)

CAN Tanzania is a non-governmental and non-profit organization established in 2011 with its headquarters in Dar es Salaam and sub-office in Stone Town Zanzibar. Led by Dr. Sixbert Mwanga, its establishment has been a critical step towards empowering Tanzanians to become aware of climate change sciences and related impacts on their environment. Importantly, the establishment of CAN Tanzania was hinged on a vision of developing a networking structure that would be able to reach a wider community in the country and offer a platform for voices unheard. The overall objective is to inform, mobilize, advocate and empower the Tanzanian community to collectively raise the national voice in the international climate change debate and take smarter actions to reduce dangerous activities that lead to harmful impacts triggered by climate change. Today, the organization works with more than 30 Civil Society Organizations across the country and its long-term goal is to empower more communities to take appropriate actions and to adapt to situations under the changing climate through knowledge generation and sharing as well as raising awareness and setting up model projects, which demonstrate how climate change challenges can be addressed across levels and scales to meet the national development goals.
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Interreligious Council for Peace Tanzania (IRCPT)

The Interreligious Council for Peace in Tanzania (IRCPT) was established after several consultations, discussion and dialogue among all institutionalized and registered religious bodies of Tanzania, namely Ahamadiyya Muslim Jamaat of Tanzania, The Supreme Muslim National Council Tanzania (BAKWATA), Baraza Kuu la Taasisi za Kiislam Tanzania, Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian Council of Tanzania, Council of Pentecostal Churches Tanzania, and Hindu Council of Tanzania. The aim of IRCPT is to strengthen interfaith relations, peaceful co-existence and maintaining social stability among people of different religions and ideologies in Tanzania for sustainable peace and equitable development.

Kilimanjaro Consortium for Development and Environment (KCDE)

Kilimanjaro Consortium for Development and Environment (KCDE) is a non-profit organization which was established in 2018. KCDE conducts research to develop and implement innovative concepts and solutions for the sustainable use of resources. It aims at creating collective awareness among children and young people in Tanzania specifically in the areas of sustainable growth, environment and climate justice.

Prevention and Combating Corruption Bureau (PCCB)

Prevention and Combating Corruption Bureau (PCCB) is the government organization established in 2007 which is given Mandate: to (a) prevent corruption, (b) educate the society, and (c) enforce the law against corruption in Tanzania. PCCB adopts the three-prong approach, namely by prevention, public awareness, investigation and prosecution of offenders.
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REPOA was established in 1994 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) under the name of “Research on Poverty Alleviation Programme Limited” and registered as a company limited by Guarantee not having share capital. In October 2014 the name of the organization was changed to REPOA Limited in order to reflect its broader mandate without losing the brand name already established. Following The Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No.3) Act, 2019, which amended the NGO Act No 24 of 2002 and the Companies Act (CAP. 212), REPOA was re-registered in July 2019 as an NGO, subject to the provisions of the NGO Act No. 24 of 2002 and its subsequent amendments. The effects of these regulatory changes relate mainly to the mechanism of reporting and accountability to a different government authority, and the requirement for renewal of registration every ten years. The objects of the organization as stated in REPOA’s Constitution remains principally the same as before.
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Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC)

The Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) is a permanent institution which is the Assembly of the Bishops of Tanzania whereby according to the norm of law, certain pastoral functions are jointly exercised on behalf of Christ’s faithful in view of promoting that greater good which the Church offers to all people especially through forms and programs of the apostolate which are fittingly adapted to the circumstances of our time and country.
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University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM)

The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) is a public university in Dar es Salaam, that was founded in 1961 as an affiliate college to the University of London. Within the partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, a scholarship program in the Master's program in ethics in governance is being implemented.
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Zanzibar Fighting Against Youth Challenges Organization (ZAFAYCO)

Zanzibar Fighting Against Youth Challenges Organization (ZAFAYCO) is a non-governmental and non-profit-making membership organization. It is dedicated to promote young people through awareness raising, capacity building and networking programs which are youth centered, environmental friendly and development oriented.
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