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  • Organisation

    Tanzania Support for Women Rights (TASUWORI) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation working to uphold the youth, both female and male in Tanzania. The organisation focuses on improving the living standard of youth, women and children. As part of these efforts, the organisation works to ensure that young people are empowered to make decisions about their lives. Since inception in 2014, TASUWORI works to support the efforts made by youth; both male and female in ensuring that the group is socially and economically empowered.

    The Organisation has established Self-help groups in which youth are their major target. About 10 groups have been established with 20-25 members each in Morogoro Municipal and Gairo District. TASUWORI strengthens the capacity of youth in Agriculture value chain particularly in the subsectors of horticulture, poultry keeping, entrepreneurship and Sack garden horticulture practices. With this project the organisation is positioned to use its youth mobilisation experience to bring together to ensure that they participate in decision making in their villages and wards.

    • Organisation

      Tanzania Support for Women Rights (TASUWORI) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation working to uphold the youth, both female and male in Tanzania. The organisation focuses on improving the living standard of youth, women and children. As part of these efforts, the organisation works to ensure that young people are empowered to make decisions about their lives. Since inception in 2014, TASUWORI works to support the efforts made by youth; both male and female in ensuring that the group is socially and economically empowered.

      The Organisation has established Self-help groups in which youth are their major target. About 10 groups have been established with 20-25 members each in Morogoro Municipal and Gairo District. TASUWORI strengthens the capacity of youth in Agriculture value chain particularly in the subsectors of horticulture, poultry keeping, entrepreneurship and Sack garden horticulture practices. With this project the organisation is positioned to use its youth mobilisation experience to bring together to ensure that they participate in decision making in their villages and wards.

    • Project

      Morogoro is one of the regions in Tanzania where young people have limited political participation. Female youth in the region are twice as marginalised as the male. Previously, the Organisation (Tanzania Support for Women Rights) implemented a project intervention in the same area that looked at Social accountability measures. This resulted in actions and formulation of tools that communities, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and media use to uphold public authorities accountable for budget expenditure. This project, therefore, is the scaling up of the previous project.

      The Youth participation project empowers youth to become active citizens so as they can effectively participate in decision-making processes for Exercising Social Accountability. The project strengthens youth participation in planning and budget evaluation, expenditure tracking, performance monitoring, public integrity evaluation and monitoring oversight. This results in improved service delivery through enhanced accountability at the local government authority level. The particular focus shall be put on female youth as the project target is 70%/30% female/male representation respectively.

      The project ensures that CSOs and LGAs facilitating the work of Trained Trainers (project ambassadors/volunteers) at the grassroots level are empowered by the time the project funding phase comes to an end. Awareness creation is conducted throughout the life of the project to help in changing negative community attitudes, cultures and perceptions so that youth participation in decision making is promoted at all levels. This involves community meetings, printing and dissemination of various materials regarding youth space for political participation, and radio talk shows.

  • Project

    Morogoro is one of the regions in Tanzania where young people have limited political participation. Female youth in the region are twice as marginalised as the male. Previously, the Organisation (Tanzania Support for Women Rights) implemented a project intervention in the same area that looked at Social accountability measures. This resulted in actions and formulation of tools that communities, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and media use to uphold public authorities accountable for budget expenditure. This project, therefore, is the scaling up of the previous project.

    The Youth participation project empowers youth to become active citizens so as they can effectively participate in decision-making processes for Exercising Social Accountability. The project strengthens youth participation in planning and budget evaluation, expenditure tracking, performance monitoring, public integrity evaluation and monitoring oversight. This results in improved service delivery through enhanced accountability at the local government authority level. The particular focus shall be put on female youth as the project target is 70%/30% female/male representation respectively.

    The project ensures that CSOs and LGAs facilitating the work of Trained Trainers (project ambassadors/volunteers) at the grassroots level are empowered by the time the project funding phase comes to an end. Awareness creation is conducted throughout the life of the project to help in changing negative community attitudes, cultures and perceptions so that youth participation in decision making is promoted at all levels. This involves community meetings, printing and dissemination of various materials regarding youth space for political participation, and radio talk shows.

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