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1. Kupanda Project targets to improve girl’s education
  Monday, February 15, 2016  
  Speaking during the launching ceremony, the Mwanza Regional Commissioner, Mr Magesa Mulongo, said that the government was committed to continue supporting strongly the project so as to make it sustainable and extend it throughout the region.

“We know development partners have joined the government to support in various projects but the new programme is a crucial one for the national prosperity,” he said.

The Kupanda project is a project that aims at empowering young women through education and to improve the overall living standards for all Tanzanians by improving household income and health services.
2. Notes on Transformative Feminism in Tanzania
  Wednesday, April 11, 2007  
  Transformative feminism is the belief that change must come about in both the public and private spheres of life. Transformative feminists have organized ways of organizing themselves, so as to challenge male dominant top-down structures in civil society as well as in government. Group centered leadership and collective participatory decision making are some of the examples.
3. Women's Empowerment: Measuring the Global Gender Gap
  Thursday, October 26, 2006  
  This report by the World Economic Forum assesses the current size of the gender gap by measuring the extent to which women have achieved equality with men in economic participation, economic opportunity, political empowerment, educational attainment and health and well-being.
4. Gender Equality as Smart Economics: World Bank Gender Action Plan
  Friday, October 20, 2006  
  This action plan seeks to advance women’s economic empowerment in the World Bank Groups client countries in order to promote shared growth and accelerate the implementation of Millennium Development Goal 3 – Promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment.
5. The impact of AIDS on the national economy: the case of women labour force in Tanzania
  Wednesday, June 21, 2006  
  Infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) epidemic in Africa has received considerable attention by epidemiologists and demographers, as well as health economists concerned with the sectoral impact of the disease. Given the alarming prevalence of this deadly disease in Africa ‘modelling’ the macroeconomic impact of AIDS becomes imperative.
6. Accessibility of Resources by Gender: Morogoro Case
  Wednesday, June 21, 2006  
  In a study conducted in Morogoro, Tanzania, on the roles of women in household food security and accessibility of resources by gender was investigated. Results showed that lack of access to capital, lack of decision making power and limited agriculture knowledge constrained womens contribution to household food security. Recommendations were made from this study, including involving women in decision-making and improving their accessibility to resources.
7. women - 2000 and beyond
  Friday, May 26, 2006  
  While there is recognition of the potential of ICT as a tool for promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women, a gender divide has also been identified, reflected in the lower numbers of women accessing and using ICT compared to men.
8. Do literacy programmes for indigenous people ignore gender?
  Friday, May 12, 2006  
  Adult education programmes developed for or by indigenous communities rarely address gender inequalities.

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