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Friday 16 October 2015

RACE FOR SURVIVAL 2015

The 2015 Tanzania Race for Survival took place on Zanzibar, on June 13th, 2015 coinciding with the Day of the African Child. A total of 144 children, women and men joined in the Race together with government officials from various ministries, children from Children’s Councils, partner agencies and those who wanted to give their support to this interesting event. Roughly there were up to 5,000 people at the stadium on that Saturday.

Tuesday 18 August 2015

WORLD'S BREASTFEEDING WEEK.

In Tanzania, breastfeeding week was commemorated in Dodoma at the national level however Shinyanga and Lindi hosted such event for the first time ever. Commemorations kicked off on 1st August and culminated on the 7th of August in Kishapu District council.

Wednesday 12 August 2015

“World Day against trafficking in person”

Save the Children through an European Union/UNICEF funded project collaborated with IOM Tanzania to conduct a 1 day training on human trafficking held at Vigimark Hotel in Shinyanga Municipal.

Tuesday 28 April 2015

Citizens’ Hearing in Tanzania, Tanga 14th - 15th March 2015

How do we Stop Deaths of 8,000 Mothers and 51, 000 Newborn who die every year in Tanzania?...
This was the theme of this year’s White Ribbon Alliance Day (WRA) in Tanzania that is observed annually on the global WRA Day – the 15th of March and one of the key issues discussed in the Citizens’ hearing that was held in Tanga, one of the Coastal regions of Tanzania, within the White Ribbon Week. Women, children from children’s councils and youth participated in discussion on the topic of how central and local governments, development partners and the media could work together with citizens on realisation of this important goal..

Monday 16 March 2015

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO BE NOMINATED AS A SUB RECIPIENTS FOR GLOBAL FUND FOR AIDS TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA (GFATM) SUPPORTED PROGRAMMES IN TANZANIA, MAINLAND

In 2013 the GFATM launched a new funding model which is designed to have predictable funding, to reward ambitious vision, to work on more flexible timings and with a smoother, shorter process that ensures a higher success rate of applications. To access this fund and in line with Global Fund guidelines, Tanzania through TNCM  submitted  a Joint TB/HIV Concept Note to the Global Fund which was approved in January 2015 where Save the Children  and Ministry of Finance have been named as Principle Recipients.

 

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