The Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) was founded in 1989 by a professional group of women lawyers who felt there was a need for an organization that could promote equal rights by focusing on vulnerable and marginalised groups, especially women and children.

KCMC School of Nursing

Address: P.O. Box 8243, Moshi Kilimanjaro

Tel: (+255)-27-27 54 378 (office)

Fax: (+255)-27-27 54 381

Contact: Mrs. Juliet Chugulu (in charge of all Tanzania NCs)

Address: CCT Church House, P.O. Box 759, Dodoma

Tel: (+255)-754 08 33 21/ -784 395 920

Fax: (+255)-26-232 43 52/26 232 30 42

Other Email: Stanleymkocha@hotmail.com

Contact: Mrs. Colomba Mapembe

Africa Rising is a powerful documentary portraying the indomitable grassroots movement to end female genital mutilation. Traveling through remote villages in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali, Somalia and Tanzania, Africa Rising celebrates the resilience and determination of the human spirit to change destiny against all odds. 

Nous représentantes de diverses organisations de la Société Civile Africaine réunies au Forum Mondial pour la Revue de Beijing 15 ans après et représentant les voix des millions de femmes et jeunes filles Africaines, Apres avoir eu des consultations avec différents acteurs avant et pendant le Forum Mondial des ONG sur les progrès enregistrés dans la mise en œuvre de le Déclaration et la Plate Forme d’Action de Beijing en Afrique,

29 March to 27 April 2010 (Global): The witchcraft epidemic in Africa is fueled by religious extremism. Practitioners of traditional African religions, traditional healers, witch-doctors and Christian missionaries and religious leaders incite witch-hunts on this continent. There are comparisons to be made between Africas current witch-craze, European Inquisitions and American witch-hunts. Perhaps the lessons to be learned in Africa are the same as those that needed to be learned by Europeans and Americans; there is no culture without human rights. All men and women, including Witches, have the right to live without being falsely accused, assaulted, persecuted or murdered.

More than two-thirds of African countries have laws criminalizing homosexual acts, and despite accounting for a significant percentage of new infections in many countries, men who have sex with men tend to be left out of the HIV response. "[They] are going underground; they are hiding themselves and continuing to fuel the epidemic," UNAIDS executive director Michél Sidibé told IRIN/PlusNews recently. "We need to make sure these vulnerable groups have the same rights everyone enjoys: access to information, care and prevention for them and their families."  IRIN/PlusNews has compiled a short list of human rights violations against gay Africans:

Women's rights activists campaign to raise the age of marriage in Tanzania
A 'Women's Panorama' will include workshops, film screenings and discussions, designed to “celebrate the achievements of Swahili Women - Past and Present”.
As the world marked Women's Day on March 8th, the feminist community in Tanzania observed the event in deep activism and militancy: a new generation of activists with feminist values is being developed in the first ever Feminist Activist Institute.
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