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Mnamo Tarehe 17 Machi, Waziri Mkuu wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Mhe. Kassim Majaliwa alitangaza kufungwa kwa shule za awali, msingi, sekondari na vyuo

      Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is recognized internationally as a violation of human rights, as well as the health and integrity of girls

TRIBUTE TO FALLEN CHAMPION OF WOMEN’S & CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN TANZANIA In the passing on of Sabas Masawe in the early hours of 26th September

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Monica Daniel a 51 years old mother of 3 young girls, got married to her husband at the age of 13 years. Monica lives with

“Being able to run my own initiative has been a great learning opportunity. I have been able to coordinate various activities. Through this project, I

“Every morning meeting with Police District Commanders and other subordinates, I always ask for feedback from them  on how they are dealing with gender based

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Call for Consultancy Service to conduct a policy & legal framework scan on the situation of Access to Justice among Child survivors of Sexual Abuse, in Tanzania Criminal Justice System.

Deadline for application: 21st May 2021

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“Our parents say that if a girl is married at an early age, she receives a higher bride price than the older one. They can get between TZS 500,000-700,000 for the younger child. Older girls only receive cooking ware and clothes.” (Girls, under 18 - Dodoma)
#EndChildMarriage

“I think parents marry off their children because life forces them to do so.” (Male, 16 yrs - Lindi Rural)

"Nadhani wazazi huwaoza mabinti zao kwa sababu ya hali ya kimaisha." (Kijana wa kiume, mika 16 - Lindi Vijijini)
Je, ndoa za utotoni huinua uchumi wa Kaya?

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“Many girls in this village marry after they finish primary school at the age of 14. I was married at 15.” (Female, 17 years old – Shinyanga).

#ZuiaUkatili #EndVAWC

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