Events - Foundation Office Tanzania
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Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Open Day 2021
„Politics and trust“
The work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation: focusing on participation, representation, security, and innovation.
Radio Sessions on Reducing and Preventing Corruptive Behaviour
Empowering local communities for more accountability and better fight against corruption through Radio Talk Shows
Three radio talk shows will be held in the Ruvuma region organized by KAS and Mtandao wa Utawala Bora. The Radio programs will address three different issues on Curruption. Members of the community will be able to address their questions to Government Officials and PCCB officials over the radio. The aim is to strengthen the public awareness on their interests and to create the culture of communication between different groups.
Ecosystem Roundtable- Discussion on Digitalization and Entrepreneuership
Collaboration amongst Stakeholders
This activity is organized together with our partner The Launchpad Tanzania. The Idea is to create a hub for incubation and skills exchange, for the benefit of entrepreneurs in Tanzania by bringing in all the resources, crowdsourcing and ecosystem mapping. The main Stakeholders that were engaged in the Situation Analysis Report of 2020 will be engaged in a two days Roundtable discussion. The Object ist, that the partnering of NGOs will create an ecosystem that will enable the youth of Tanzania to improve their livelihood/earning potential from the pipeline of value made possible through Digitilization and Entrepreneurship.
ToT - Tuungane Project Phase III
Training of Tainers for PCCB officials
The TUUNGANE Project between KAS and PCCB goes into Phase III. This is the first activity among various that will strengthen PCCB officials in their fight against corruption. This Training of Trainers will take place in Dodoma and its aim is to enhance the capacity of the participants as trainers and advocates of this topic.
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.
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
The Rights of Muslim Women according to the Qur’an
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.
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.
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.
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.