Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) together with civil organizations that implement a project aimed at Increased Democratic and Inclusive Election in Tanzania (IDIEP) have continued to provide civil education and
Tanzania Women’s Lawyers Association (TAWLA) collaborating with the Tanzania End Child Marriage Network (TECMN) and other stakeholders who are engaged in the protection of children’s rights in Tanzania, have met
In continuing the 16-day campaign against gender-based violence, the Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) had the opportunity to participate in the closing summit of the 50th Jubilee of Catholic Women
TAWLA’s Executive Director, Ms. Tike Mwambipile giving the identity of the stakeholders in the launch of 16 days against violence, which is celebrated around the world. #EndGBVSaveLife #16DaysOfActivism #HakiHainaJinsia
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) form an integral part of the development partners. Their work compliments governments efforts in providing social services to the people. And in doing so, NGOs have been
In the efforts to raise legal awareness to community members, the Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) uses different fora to raise community awareness. Earlier this week, Ms. Mwanaidi Kombo, TAWLA’s
In order to ensure effective participation of the community in fighting Gender-Based Violence (GBV), Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) has been using different fora in raising community awareness on issues
The participation of women and young people in leadership positions and decision-making bodies increases the effectiveness in the implementation of the responsibilities of leaders and brings positive development in society.