NEWS

What has happened since the 2016 launch of the Stop the Bleeding Campaign?

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Members of the African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC) during the meeting held on June 8, 2017, Dodoma

Ascertain capacity of local providers in extractives to determine realistic local content targets

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Musambya Mutambala from STIPRO responding to the questions during the Breakfast Debate

Domestication of the AMV: government pledges to consider recommendations from Tanzanian stakeholders

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Double Taxation Agreements should be reviewed  to develop robust systems to curb illicit financial flows from mining

POLICY FORUM’S COMMUNITY RADIO PROGRAMMES ON EXTRACTIVE AND ACCOUNTABILITY

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In 2017 Policy Forum intends to use community radio stations to inform and raise awareness of the targeted community on issues related to extractive industry, gender, social development goals, accountability and policies related to public resources.

Four community radio stations located in Lindi, Mtwara, Iringa and Kahama have been employed to broadcast PF’s agenda through their programmes. The stations are Mashujaa FM (Lindi), Safari FM (Mtwara), Ebony FM (Iringa) and Kahama FM (Kahama). The radio programmes will commence from the mid-April to November 2017.

Civic Actors Have Urged the Tanzanian Government to Uphold Freedom of Expression

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                                                                     Photo:Participants discussing at their round tables

Position Statement: Budget 2017/18

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Overview

The current financial year is soon ending and discussions on the 2017/18 budget to be concluded in June 2017 are already underway. As usual, we, the members of the Policy Forum (PF) Budget Working Group would like to take this opportunity to share our views regarding the performance of the 2016/17 fiscal year to inform the ongoing deliberations on the national budget, the second under the administration of President John Magufuli.

Non-State Actors Communiqué on Livestock Sector Development in Tanzania

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A Call to Action

In this communiqué, the undersigned Non-State Actors (civil society,pastoralist, research, private, farmers’ unions and other stakeholders) champion a call to action and outline recommendations on livestock policy advocacy strategies that take into consideration the unique conditions and opportunities of the livestock sector development in Tanzania. To read more click here.

Policy Forum's New Board Members 2017

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                                   Outgoing Board Members

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