Don't miss 2nd February Law Day
TAWLA among other organizations will participate in the celebration of law day in Tanzania which will be on 2nd February, 2015.
For 25 years TAWLA supports women and children on legal issues and carry out advocacy initiatives to promote and protect their rights. As we mark this important day, TAWLA campaigns for women access to justice, the rule of law, good governance and accountability, reproductive rights and women land rights in the country.
TAWLA - as one of the key stakeholders in implementation of laws this day helps us to measure our support to vulnerable women and children, decrease numbers of women in prisons or reduction of child detainees in prisons by listening to different reports,.”, quotes Mary Richard.. for more details follow this link..>> here
Success stories: Devotha
Devotha is one among many women in the society who are facing a lot of problems from their families’ side or spouse’s side due to different reasons - mainly the issue comes with divorce. Today we will give her a voice - follow the link >> here.
TAWLA's dissemination meeting in Njombe
Together with several stakeholders TAWLA organized a dissemination meeting for a new project: "GENDERBASED VIOLENCE AT WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS" . Annemarie Mavenjina was conducting the meeting.
Please follow the link to the full article >> here.
Interview: How is sustainable agriculture connected to land rights?
Juliette Kingalu is a project coordinator for “increase access to land rights” at TAWLA. She went to a 5 days training in Nairobi on the invitation of “we effect” and learnt everything about “sustainable agriculture land management”.
Please find the whole interview here.