Events

Workshop

Soial Market Economy, Capacity Building for Women

On November 14th and 15th the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Tanzania and his partner Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and organising a Workhop with the Goal of Strengthening women engagement in economic development by building their capacity in understanding Social Market Economy Model as a gateway to Entrepreneurship.

Expert conference

Digitalization in East Africa

Connectivity, the use of internet services and their implications for thepeople
As a continuation of a conference in Uganda last year, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Tanzania intends this year to speak about digitization in East Africa with representatives from all relevant sectors and areas and the three countries Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The objective is to discuss the opportunities and overall success of the digital transformation in East Africa. Nevertheless, this year’s conference will focus on the opportunities to improve gender equality for women and job creation for young people

Book presentation

The Rights of Muslim Women according to the Qur’an

Book Launch
On Saturday November 2nd the Zanzibar Female Lawyers Association (ZAFELA) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organise a book Launch on the new published book ”The Rights of Muslim Women according to Qur’an” in Stone Town, Unguja. The Members of ZAFELA view their finished publication and discuss future steps.

Workshop

Social Market Economy Capacity Building for Youth

On October 24th and 25th the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Tanzania and their partner Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) are organising a workshop to Strengthen youth engagement in economic development by building their capacity in understanding the model of Social Market Economy as a gateway to Entrepreneurship.

Workshop

The Rights of Women in Tanzania

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is organising a joint Workshop together with the Wakatoliki wa Tanzania (WAWATA) and the Association of Muslim Women (JUWAKITA) on the topic of "women's rights in Tanzania". The Workshop will be held on October 19th and 20th in Dar es Salaam.

Workshop

The Model of the Social Market Economy for Tanzania

On 27th and 28th of September 2019, the Civic Education Forum in Tanzania (CETA) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organise a joint symposium in KasuluKigoma on the topic of “Social Market Economy as a Gateway to Entrepreneurship”. Students ― from higher learning institutions and universities including those from secondary schools- will attend the event.

Workshop

The Model of the Social Market Economy as an Opportunity for Tanzania

On the 30th and 31st of August 2019, the Civic Education Teachers’ Association (CETA) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organise a joint symposium in Kigoma on the topic of “Social Market Economy as a Gateway to Entrepreneurship”. Students ― from higher learning institutions and universities including those from secondary schools in Kigoma- will attend the event.

Discussion

Panel Discussion on Opportunities for young Women in Tanzania

KAS invited three successful women to speak in a panel discussion to the girls from Bethsaida Girls Secondary School. The three panelists working in different professions will talk about their experiences and the obstacles they had to overcome in their professional lives.

Event Reports

Social Market Economy - Capacity Building for Youths

The Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organised a joint workshop in Dar es Salaam, from 24th to 25th October 2019. The workshop aimed at building capacities in understanding the Social Market Economy model as a gateway to entrepreneurship. More than 400 young people from apostolic association of the Catholic Church attended.

Event Reports

Social Market Economy capacity building for Women

The Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organised a joint workshop in Dar es Salaam, from 15th to 16th November 2019. The workshop aimed at strengthening engagement of women in economic development by building their capacities in understanding Social Market Economy as a gateway to entrepreneurship. The event brought together more than 100 female representatives throughout the country from apostolic associations of the Catholic Church namely Caritas Tanzania and Wanawake Wakatoliki Tanzania (WAWATA).

Event Reports

The Model of the Social Market Economy as an Opportunity for Tanzania

by Jane Mbeba, Mary Tagalile

SENSITIZATION FOR SMALL & MEDIUM BUSINESS ASWELL AS THE PRIVATE STAKEHOLDERS
The National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC) in close collaboration with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organized a workshop on 22nd November 2019. The purpose was to sensitize business and private sector stakeholders on the concept of Social Market Economy (SME) in a Tanzanian perspective. One hundred participants attended the workshop.

Event Reports

Digitalization in East Africa

by Daniel El-Noshokaty, Damas Nderumaki

Connectivity, the use of internet services and their implications for the people
From 7th to 10th of November 2019 the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) and The Launch Pad held a conference on Digitalization in East Africa. The Event was attended by 80 participants from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. This fruitful conference started with an introductory opening session for all participants followed by four panels were each par-ticipant choose between two topics.

Event Reports

Women Rights according to the Qur’an

On November 2nd 2019, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) held a workshop with the Zanzibar Female Lawyer Association (ZAFELA) to launch the Book “Haki za wanawake kwa mujibu wa Qur’an na Sunnah za mtume (S.A.M.)”. This Book on Women Rights according to the Qur’an was launched and introduced to the members of ZAFELA in Unguja

Event Reports

Women Rights in Tanzania

by Jane Mbeba

A JOINT WORKSHOP BETWEEN WAWATA AND JUWAKITA IN DAR ES SALAAM
On 19th and 20th of October 2019, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) held a workshop with the Catholic Women of Tanzania (WAWATA) and the Association of Muslim Women (JUWAKITA) on the Rights of Women. 80 Women from all over Tanzania participated. This Joint workshop was a continuity of two separate workshops that took place in the year 2018.

Event Reports

The Model of the Social Market Economy as an Opportunity for Tanzania

by Mary Tagalile, Jane Mbeba

SOCIAL MARKET ECONOMY AS A GATEWAY TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Kasulu
The Civic Education Forum in Tanzania (CETA) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organised a joint workshop in Kasulu, Kigoma region on 27 and 28 September 2019. The theme of the event was “Social Market Economy as a Gateway to Entrepreneurship”. More than 600 students ― from secondary schools and higher learning institutions as well as universities students from Kasulu and from outside Kasulu attended.

Event Reports

Social Market Economy Tanzania and it’s Inclusion in Teaching

by Jane Mbeba

On the 24th of August 2019, the Civic Education Forum in Tanzania (CETA) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organised a joint teacher’s symposium in Dar es Salaam on the topic of “Social Market Economy Tanzania and its inclusion in teaching”. More than 250 teachers, from Secondary Schools in Dar es Salaam attended the event.

Event Reports

Opportunities for young Women in Tanzania

by Jane Mbeba

On the 26th August 2019, the Bethsaida Girls Secondary School and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organised a joint panel discussion in Dar es Salaam. The discussion was about the opportunities for young women in Tanzania. Three successful young women from different professions were invited as panelists, to speak to the Secondary School for orphan girls about their experiences and obstacles they had to overcome in their professional lives. 119 students participated in the discussion.

Event Reports

Peace and Justice Youth Workshop

On the 31 of July 2019, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) welcomed 15 youth from Youth of United Nations Association (YUNA) in Tanzania and JugendInterKult e.V. from Germany. Together they participated on a joint workshop about peace and justice.