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  • Organisation

    This project is implemented jointly by Wotesawa and Tanzania Domestic Workers Coalition (TDWC).

    WOTESAWA organisation which literally means ‘all are equal’ in Swahili, has evolved into an established and unique forum in which child domestic workers are represented and are able to address their interests and rights as one of the most vulnerable groups to abuse and exploitation in Tanzania. Wotesawa also acts as bridge between child domestic workers, government leadership, employers and law enforcers in advancing the interests of child domestic workers.

    The Tanzania Domestic Workers Coalition (TDWC) is a registered non-government organisation based in Mwanza. It was set up by 23 CSOs with the aim of building a strong movement to advocating for the rights of Children domestic workers (CDWs).

    • Organisation

      This project is implemented jointly by Wotesawa and Tanzania Domestic Workers Coalition (TDWC).

      WOTESAWA organisation which literally means ‘all are equal’ in Swahili, has evolved into an established and unique forum in which child domestic workers are represented and are able to address their interests and rights as one of the most vulnerable groups to abuse and exploitation in Tanzania. Wotesawa also acts as bridge between child domestic workers, government leadership, employers and law enforcers in advancing the interests of child domestic workers.

      The Tanzania Domestic Workers Coalition (TDWC) is a registered non-government organisation based in Mwanza. It was set up by 23 CSOs with the aim of building a strong movement to advocating for the rights of Children domestic workers (CDWs).

    • Project

      WoteSawa and its partner the Tanzania Domestic Workers Coalition (TDWC) seek to address issues facing child domestic workers by adopting an inclusive approach, whereby primary beneficiaries themselves; being children and young domestic workers are put at the forefront of project implementation. This is a key empowerment and sustainability strategy within this project. Facilitating children to have a voice is a prerequisite for success and this is how WoteSawa and TDWC implement to help  amplify the Voices of Children and Young Domestic Workers# in Lake Zone, comprising of six administrative regions.  The two partner organisations are based in Mwanza Region, which is the hub of the intervention.

      The project seeks to contribute to the reduction of abuse and exploitation among vulnerable Child and Young Domestic Workers (CYDW), by strengthening their capacity to assert their rights through advocating for the amendment and effective implementation of pro-CYDW laws, rules, policies and positive norms as well as to increase community participation and awareness to improve the status and working conditions of CYDWs.

  • Project

    WoteSawa and its partner the Tanzania Domestic Workers Coalition (TDWC) seek to address issues facing child domestic workers by adopting an inclusive approach, whereby primary beneficiaries themselves; being children and young domestic workers are put at the forefront of project implementation. This is a key empowerment and sustainability strategy within this project. Facilitating children to have a voice is a prerequisite for success and this is how WoteSawa and TDWC implement to help  amplify the Voices of Children and Young Domestic Workers# in Lake Zone, comprising of six administrative regions.  The two partner organisations are based in Mwanza Region, which is the hub of the intervention.

    The project seeks to contribute to the reduction of abuse and exploitation among vulnerable Child and Young Domestic Workers (CYDW), by strengthening their capacity to assert their rights through advocating for the amendment and effective implementation of pro-CYDW laws, rules, policies and positive norms as well as to increase community participation and awareness to improve the status and working conditions of CYDWs.

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