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1. The Tanzania Gatsby Trust
  Saturday, November 12, 2005  
  The principal object of the Trust is to provide support to artisans and entrepreneurs in the micro and small and medium enterprises. The establishment of the Trust is based on the premise that there is an underlying productive potential in this sector which is yet to be mobilized, as reflected in high levels of unemployment, under-employment and in low income.
2. NGOs with Priority on Gender Issues.
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  In an effort to provide outsiders with further if not comprehensive information on the NGO-sector in Tanzania we are happy to provide you with this list of Tanzanian NGOs who have reacted to our call for brief self-descriptions. Open the link above.
3. Tanzania Association Of Nongovernmental Organizations (TANGO
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  The Tanzania Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (TANGO) is the largest and longest standing national umbrella organization serving the Tanzanian NGO community. TANGO was founded in 1988 by 22 NGOs. The coalition now has a membership of more than 500 NGOs and collaborating with 30 district and 6 regional generic NGO networks. Open the page above for further informations.
4. women on the net.
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  African women on the Net,ABANTU believes that it is vital and timely that Africans, particularly women, engage in the creation of a cross-sectoral, multi-visionary information network.
1996-1997 marked the beginning of an exciting new project for ABANTU entitled 'Strengthening Electronic Communication Capacities of Women's Organisations in Africa'. Visit the page above for futher details.
5. Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE), Tanzania
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  "[Founded in 1992] The FAWE is a membership organization that brings together African women ministers in charge of national education systems, women vice chancellors of universities and other senior women policy makers in education in Africa.” Visit the page above for more information.
6. Abantu for Development.
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  A non-governmental organization was formed in 1991 by African Women. Abantu means "people" in several African languages. Abantu's main focus is to provide training, information and advice on mobilizing resources towards sustainable development. It works regionally with NGOs in West, East and Southern Africa and with African and refugee organizations in the United Kingdom.Visit the site above for more details.
7. Women's Organisations Contacts.
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  You can get the lists of contacts of Women Organizations in Tanzania by just opening the link above.
8. Tanzania Gender Networking Programme(TGNP).
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP) has been operational since 1993 as a registered non-governmental organization. During this period the NGO has built itself into an effective pressure group, which promotes gender positive activism. Open the link above for more details.

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