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Who we are? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Samwel C Mlay   
Saturday, 07 July 2012 09:54

We are a group of 632 NGOs registered Civil Society organizations.  Our dream is to have a strong and vibrant civil society in Tanzania, in which NGOs play an active and effective role in promoting people-centered development.  As a group, we aim at increasing the quality and quantity contribution of the NGO sector in development.  In order to have more impact, we are organized in an association, TANGO, which is registered as an NGO itself since 1989.

You can download several document/maretials below:-

1. TANGO_Constitution_2011

2. TANGO_Profile_English_2011

3. TANGO_Profile_Swahili_2011

4. TANGO_Membership_Form_English_2011

5. TANGO_Membership_Form_Swahili_2011


Last Updated on Friday, 02 August 2013 09:56
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 08 July 2013 06:39

Executive Summary: Representatives of 20 Regional NGO Networks, 5 thematic CSO Networks and 2 generic CSO Networks meet in Morogoro from 28th to 29th March 2013 to make input into the on-going drafting of the second national Development Cooperation Framework (DCF) which comes after the completion of the first development framework which was termed the Joint Assistance Strategy for Tanzania (JAST) in 2011. Although long overdue the CSOs congratulated the government for its intensions and efforts to come up with an all inclusive development cooperation framework for Tanzania.

The CSO noted the following as critical issues which need critical thought during the review:

Last Updated on Monday, 08 July 2013 07:37
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 17 May 2013 08:57

Tanzania Trade and Economic Justice Forum (TTEJF) has been one of the main Coalitions focusing on trade advocacy since 2003. It was established to address the scattered and irregular engagement of the various CSOs/NGOs/FBOs in the Trade Policy processes and EPA negotiations,

The Coalition was formally known as Tanzania CSOs Trade Coalition (TCTC) and members who established the TCTC included: TANGO has been working as secretariat of TCTC with the following members: TANGO, TEDG, ZAMPCO, MVIWATA, HAKIKAZI, SITRADE, UNGO, JOURNALISTS, TAFU, LEAT, TYC, , FAIDAMALI, TALMETA, ACCORD, CGP Tanzania, ANGONET; and International organization: Oxfam GB, Action Aid and KEPA.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 09:09
TANGO seeks to further NGO-to-NGO exchanges with Chinese counterparts PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 24 June 2013 09:36

A delegation of representatives from NGOs, academia, research and think-tank institutions in Africa were recently in China for a nine-day long visit that saw them sharing and exchange experiences, knowledge and contacts with their Chinese counterparts. The visit was coordinated by the Chinese People's Association for Peace and Disarmament (CPAPD) whereby 14 delegates were from the Eastern African countries of Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. TANGO was among the four institutions making up the 14-man delegation.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 August 2013 09:53
TANGO Establishes Online Forum on East Africa Integration PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 12:15

TANGO has established an online forum for Civil society, the private sector and other relevant stakeholders to discuss integration of the East African Community.  
The TANGO EAC Forum went live on 22nd.Nov.2012.
TANGO anticipates discussions from the forum will elevate civil society and the private sector to a key-informant in formulating policy for EAC regional integration processes and issues.
The initiative is supported by Trade Mark East Africa.
To follow discussions and contribute, click here www.tangoforum.or.tz


Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 January 2013 13:15
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