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ANNUAL REPORT 2017
The growth of a critical base of women and girls’ actors calling for stronger women’s movement processes at different levels has been leading to expanded demands on WFT’s funding and services. For example, more women and girls’ rights organizations are looking up for stronger funding to sustain themselves as well as to enhance their capacity for moving forward.Download our Annual report 2017
ONE VOICE, ONE AGENDA. THE CENTER OF OUR POWER!
The Coalition of Women and the Constitution in Tanzania constitutes more than 65 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) fighting for the rights of women, which joined the movement in order to influence the process of writing a new Constitution in Tanzania. The context for the formation of this Coalition was based on the historical background of the struggles of women in our country from diverse backgrounds; different age groups (old and young); residing in rural and urban settings; with different political orientations; from different social classes; as well as women with different types of disability.This is their journey...Download the full HER-STORY BOOK
Vice President Samia Suluhu's visit - 2016
On 11th October the Wanawake na Katiba secretariat paid a courtesy call to Tanzania's 1st female Vice President Hon. Samia Suluhu and held talks on various issues but specifically on issues faced by women and the girl child in Tanzania. During this visit, the secretariat presented a position paper to the vice president.Read the position paper here
Strategic plan 2016-2020
In collaboration with our dynamic network of national women's rights organizations, local grantees, international women’s funds, and with your support, we hope to be a model of social justice and social change. And we hope that in this second WFT Strategic Plan 2016 - 2020, we can share with you some of our hopes and dreams for the future we see ahead of us.Download the PDF: Full version or Summary version
ANNUAL REPORT 2014
In 2011 Tanzania started a process of developing a new Constitution. In order to achieve a greater voice and visibility in the Constitutional Review process, WFT initiated and funded the Constitution and Election Coalition (Wanawake na Katiba) in 2012. Up to date, the Coalition continues to be the only well organized, documented, and informed civil society initiative in Tanzania that has realized measurable results. By finding common ground among key actors, the Coalition achieved 11/12 women’s rights provisions in the proposed Constitution.Download our Annual report 2014
Jedwali - 2015
Kwa nini kuwepo na dai la misingi ya usawa wa jinsia katika katiba?
Uwepo wa dai la misingi imara ya usawa wa jinsia katika Katiba Mpya, inatokana na ukweli kwamba historia ya mapambano dhidi ya mifumo kandamizi, wanawake wamekuwa wakishiriki bega kwa bega na wanaume. Hata hivyo mara zote, ushindi unapopatikana, wanawake wamekuwa wakisukumwa pembezoni kwa madai kwamba hawana uwezo wa kushika hatamu za utawala.Soma Jedwali lote hapa: Misingi ya Usawa wa Jinsia Katika Katiba Pendekezwa
Jedwali - 2014
Mapendekezo ya Mtandao wa Wanawake na katiba Tanzania kuhusu jinsi ya kuingiza masuala ya usawa wa jinsia katika rasimu ya pili ya katiba ya Tanzania
Madhumuni ya Jedwali hili ni kuwawezesha Wabunge (wanawake kwa wanaume) katika Bunge Maalum la Katiba, na wanaharakati wa jinsia na haki za wanawake kuimarisha hoja zao kuhusu utetezi wa kulinda misingi ya usawa katika Katiba Mpya.Soma Jedwali lote hapa: Mapendekezo ya Mtandao wa Wanawake na katiba Tanzania
ANNUAL REPORT 2013
Since its launch in September, WFT has been able to expand its database of potential grantees as well as like- minded organizations with which they could go into partnerships, networking, learning and sharing with each other. While this has raised more expectations on WFT, it is a situation which has been resulting in making WFT publicly known as the first Women’s Fund for promotion of women’s rights issues in the country. The organisation also benefited from starting new communication and strengthening relationships with potential and existing funders inside and outside Tanzania.Download our Annual report 2013
ANNUAL REPORT 2012
The National Convening was attended by more than 110 women from selected national and local women’s rights organizations and took place from 22-24 October 2012. It aimed at providing a safe space for articulating key women’s rights/feminist issues and for strategizing on how to make these central to the ongoing constitutional review agenda and processes in the country. It also turned out to be an important event that not only highlighted WFT’s agenda in the country, but also enabled participants to build consensus on key feminist/women’s rights issues for advocating as a movement in ongoing debates and public opinion seeking processes regarding the new constitution.Download our Annual report 2013