|Reporting Organization:||Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP)|
|Total Budget ($CAD):||$ 2,375,000|
|Timeframe:||March 23, 2019 - March 4, 2023|
Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP)
|Tanzania, United Republic of - $ 2,375,000.00 (100.00%)|
|Economic Development & Empowerment (50 %)|
|Gender Equality (50 %)|
This project is part of Canada’s Women’s Voice and Leadership Program, which supports local and regional women’s organisations and networks that are working to promote women’s rights, and advance women’s empowerment and gender equality in developing countries. This is done by supporting their activities, building their institutional capacity, and promoting network and alliance-building as women’s rights and feminist organizations are critical agents of change. The Program also responds to the globally recognized, significant gap in funding and support to women’s rights organizations and movements around the world. The project has two components, implemented by two Tanzanian women’s rights’ organizations (WROs), the Women’s Fund Tanzania and the Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP). This component implemented by the TGNP aims to reach over 100 national, regional, district and local WROs in Tanzania. TGNP’s focuses on capacity building for WROs, developing their leadership and technical skills, knowledge of feminist principles, political education and strategic abilities, in order to disseminate effectively transformative feminist principles in their communities to promote positive change. TGNP also works to promote network and alliance-building to strengthen their voices and support systems, by bringing together dozens of national and sub-national organizations across Tanzania to advance key rights issues.
|Gender and age:||Adult women|
|Total Direct Population:||Unspecified|
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The expected outcomes for this project include: (1) improved management and sustainability of local women’s rights organizations in Tanzania; (2) enhanced performance of women’s rights organizations’ programming and advocacy to advance gender equality and empower women and girls; and (3) increased effectiveness of sub-national and national women’s rights platforms, networks and alliances to affect policy, legal and social change in Tanzania.