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Unleashing Youth Potential for Sustainable Development

Submitted by Web Master on 17 August 2023

In a compelling morning of insights and discourse, Lucas Kifyasi, Head of Programs from UNA Tanzania, delivered a powerful address during a Breakfast Debate held at the end of July 2023 in Dar es Salaam. Highlighting the pressing issues that young people in Tanzania face, Kifyasi emphasized the urgent need for comprehensive measures to address these challenges and empower the nation's youth.

Fadhili Teens

Submitted by Web Master on 17 August 2023

Fadhili Teens Tanzania (Fadhili). Fadhili is a registered entity under Tanzania non-Government organization act, founded in 2008 with registration number 00NGO/00002543. Fadhili is dedicated to promote interest along with individual skills of all forms among local community residents by access them to education/re-education support, Advocate all forms of human rights especial to vulnerable groups. Introducing the knowledge of will power and positive thinking in realizing individual own innovative and creativity ideas, AIDS/HIV programs among children, youth and young women.

The State of 2021/2022 National Budget: Curbing Youth Unemployment in Tanzania

Submitted by Web Master on 18 June 2021

An analysis made by Policy Forum shows that in Africa, 10 to 12 million youth enter the workforce each year although only 3 million formal jobs are created whilst the impact of the enduring COVID-19 pandemic is highly expected to worsen the trend. Considering the population of Tanzania which has increased more than four times from 12.3 million in 1967 to 55.9 million in 2019 where the average annual growth rate according to the 2012 Population and Housing Census is 3.1% which also stipulates 77% of Tanzanians are below the age of 35 and 19% are between 15-24 years.

Stakeholders Recommend Importance of Enabling and Equipping Tanzanian Youth

Submitted by Web Master on 11 November 2018

A recent study by Restless Development, a Policy Forum member organization, indicates that, three (3) out of ten (10) youth agree that there are laws and procedures related to good governance and accountability that enable people to hold their leaders to account. This was said during the last week of October at the morning public dialogue dubbed as Policy Forum Breakfast Debate held at the British Council, Dar es Salaam.

Policy Forum Breakfast Debate: Youth participation: is enough being done to ensure the next generation owns development and policy processes?

Submitted by Web Master on 9 September 2013

"Research shows that 66% of the population in Tanzania is made of young people under 25 who are more literate than their parents' generation yet today, they make up 60% of the unemployed”. This was said by Mr. Nicas Ngumba, Manager of Restless Development during the August Policy Forum breakfast debate at the British Council.

Youth Partnership Countrywide (YPC)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

Since its establishment YPC has for many years worked to widen the democratic space for youth participation and influence through voters‟ education, public debates and support to youth candidates in local and national elections. The main approach through which YPC interacts with its constituency is through Civic Awareness Talks (CATs) ,specific trainings and exposure opportunities.


a. Youth participation in political, social and economic life

b. Building an independent and democratic society

Tanzania Youth Vision Association (TYVA)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

Tanzania Youth Vision Association (TYVA) is a youth-led, non-partisan, non-profit, and non-governmental and membership-based organization founded on 29th July 2000 and registered with a registration number (00NGO/R2/000425) to work as Non-Governmental Organization focusing on youth awareness-raising and empowerment. TYVA defines youth as of age 16-30, of which concentrate much to bring up and create the opportunity for them.


School of TYVA

Restless Tanzania

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

Young people have the solutions to the world's problems. We’ve been carrying the banner for youth-led development in Tanzania for over 25 years, transferring power into the hands of young people and communities so that they can make a living and claim their sexual rights, and so that their voices can be heard.


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