Program

<< It worth it:October 2031, 15 ,    << Purpose: Develop and maintain an effective institutional capacity which is responsive to strategicand operational needs.:December 2016, 15 ,    << A plain language guide to the United Republic of Tanzania's National Forest Programme August 2004:November 2015, 02 ,    << A Plain Language Guide to the United Republic of Tanzania’s National Beekeeping Programme August 2004:November 2015, 02 ,    << A Plain Language Guide to the Tanzania Participatory Poverty Assessment (TzPPA) October 2004:November 2015, 02 ,    << A plain Language Guide to the Poverty and Human Development Reports (PHDR) of 2002 & 2003:November 2015, 02 ,    << A plain language guide to the MKUKUTA Annual Implementation Report (MAIR) 2006/07:November 2015, 02 ,    << Tanzania offers a unique product to the world’s growing tourism sector. This potential has led to a situation where control over natural resources and ownership of land remain the most prominent socioeconomic and political issue in rural areas throughout the nation. If properly managed, revenue from the tourism sector could do much to improve livelihoods in rural areas where most tourism attractions are found. However, most local communities receive little benefit from the presence of wildlife tourists on their lands. There are many reasons for this, including ...:November 2015, 02 ,    << A plain language guide to the URT PRSP Progress Report 2000/2001 August 2001:November 2015, 01 ,    << A plain language guide to the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar's Poverty Reduction Plan (ZPRP) of January 2002 March 2002:November 2015, 01 ,    << Grassroots feedback to the PRSP August 2002 :November 2015, 01 ,    << Popularising Policy and Influencing Change through Action Research, Advocacy and Creative Communication August 2002:November 2015, 01 ,    << A plain language guide to understanding Tanzania's Poverty Monitoring Master Plan August 2002:November 2015, 01 ,    << A twelve page report on public expenditure tracking surveys (PETS), FUATILIA PESA Newsletter Issue 1:November 2015, 01 ,    << (Zinduka means wake up or be aware in Kiswahili) This programme promotes public education to create knowledge and understanding of poverty issues in communities in which Hakikazi works directly and also nationwide. Our focus is on providing information about citizens rights and responsibilities to isolated and neglected communities, facilitating village level discourse on key issues and providing a platform for continued dialogue and local information sharing. Feedback from these interactions is then used in advocacy work at local, regional and national level. Our plain language guides on policies are an important part of our work in this programme area. :October 2015, 31 ,    << This programme builds on the other two programmes by focusing on the promotion of sustainable livelihoods and capabilities through processes that foster constructive dialogue and action between the poor and all levels of government. A crucial facet of the programme is to explore the linkages between livelihood opportunities, access to and ownership of natural resources and ongoing institutional reforms in the areas of natural resource management and trade and enterprise policies. These policy reforms critically affect the lives of those dependent on natural resources but their voices have been largely absent from the decision-making process.:October 2015, 31 ,    << Bronchure:October 2015, 31 ,    << - an exploration of conflict resolution:October 2015, 30 ,    << If the reader is to grasp what the writer means, the writer must understand what the reader needs Science is often hard to read. Most people assume that its difficulties are born out of necessity, out of the extreme complexity of scientific concepts, data and analysis. We argue here that complexity of thought need not lead to impenetrability of expression; we demonstrate a number of rhetorical principles that can produce clarity in communication without oversimplifying scientific issues. The results are substantive, not merely cosmetic: Improving the quality of writing actually improves the quality of thought.:October 2015, 29 ,    << Afrodad is a civil society organisation born of a desire to secure lasting solutions to Africa's mounting debt problem which has impacted negatively on the continent's development process. Publications page - several papers on Tanzania :October 2015, 29 ,    << This website contains a large number of short, well digested and easily searchable articles covering all aspects of value based management. Organizations serve a purpose. They exist to deliver certain value(s). Organizations also use a tremendous amount of time, effort, investments, assets and resources. So it makes perfect sense to ensure, manage, measure, monitor, encourage and support that maximum value is realized. This is what Value Based Management is all about.:October 2015, 29 ,    << The value chain describes the full range of activities that firms and workers do to bring a product from its conception to its end use and beyond. This includes activities such as design, production, marketing, distribution and support to the final consumer. The activities that comprise a value chain can be contained within a single firm or divided among different firms. Value chain activities can produce goods or services, and can be contained within a single geographical location or spread over wider areas. The competitiveness of firms not only depends on the functioning of suppliers and buyers within a cluster, but also and often most importantly, on the entire chain at the national and global level. The value chain approach helps to identify all the enterprises that contribute to the production of a good or service within and beyond a cluster and shows which actions are needed to support these enterprises.:October 2015, 29 ,    << Public Expenditure Tracking (PET) involves 'following the money' from where it is given out by central government authorities, passes through local government and moves on to end users such as people in schools and clinics This 83 page manual provides a tool kit of different ways in which PET can be carried out. It assumes that (a) you have a basic knowledge of budgets and how they work, and that (b) you are interested in promoting greater transparency and accountability in how government budgets work. As of late June 2007 over 600 people have been trained using the manual:October 2015, 29 ,    << ICMBA's mission is to provide quality business knowledge resources to a geographically dispersed audience via the Internet. Via this web site, ICMBA publishes articles covering a range of topics in the various subjects of business administration. Over time, the articles will cover both basic and advanced topics, and include frameworks and theories that are useful for solving the more challenging problems of business administration. :October 2015, 29 ,    << This article is about power structures in society and how they interact. Specifically it is a guide to seeing who has power when important decisions are being made. It is quite old, but never-the-less of great value to anyone interested in issues of citizen participation. The concepts discussed in this article about 1960's America apply to any hierarchical society but are still mostly unknown, unacknowledged or ignored by many people around the world. Most distressing is that even people who have the job of representing citizens views seem largely unaware, or even dismissive of these principles. Many planners, architects, politicians, bosses, project leaders and power-holder still dress all variety of manipulations up as 'participation in the process', 'citizen consultation' and other shades of technobabble The underlying issues are essentially the same - "nobodies" in several arenas are trying to become "somebodies" with enough power to make the target institutions responsive to their views, aspirations, and needs.:October 2015, 29 ,    << The GRC and GRC Exchange are managed by a partnership between the International Development Department (IDD) of the School of Public Policy at the University of Birmingham, and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) at the University of Sussex. A Content Advisory Group drawn from experts at DFID, IDD and IDS underpins the quality of information produced, ensuring that content reflects the latest academic and practitioner thinking.:October 2015, 29 ,    << A seminar to promote civil society advocacy: December 2004: Organised by Tanzania Natural Resource Forum and facilitated by Hakikazi Catalyst:October 2015, 29 ,    << Outputs from an interactive colloquium in August 2002 which dealt with Popularising Policy and Influencing Change through Action Research, Advocacy and Creative Communication.:October 2015, 29 ,    << Briefing notes from the Caledonia Centre for Social Development:October 2015, 29 ,    << Complete, highly integrated library for nonprofits and for-profits. 75 popular categories of topics (675 topics):October 2015, 29 ,    << A range of guidelines and manuals exist for aiding development practitioners in carrying out Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation. Some guidelines are widely applicable whilst others are relevant to specific sectors, to use by different actors, or to various aspects of either monitoring or evaluation. There are a number of broadly relevant manuals, mainly developed by the large donor agencies for use by their staff and partners. :October 2015, 29 ,    << Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys, or PETS, are recognised as an effective tool to improve accountability in public finance and service delivery. A Ugandan success with PETS is one of the most cited anti-corruption success stories. Expenditure tracking has also become a popular activity among civil society organisations engaged in accountability issues at the local level. This U4 Issue Paper takes a closer look at the experience of expenditure tracking and argues that its successes may have been overstated. It suggests that an uncritical acceptance of the effectiveness of expenditure tracking has hindered the development of a more nuanced approach that is better suited to the particular circumstances of each case. The paper proposes some principles of engagement on how to track expenditures more effectively.:October 2015, 29 ,    << Outputs from the abovementioned workshop recording the reactions of a multi stakeholder set of participants.:October 2015, 29 ,    << A plain language guide to Tanzania's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper May 2001:October 2015, 29 ,    << A twelve page report on public expenditure tracking surveys (PETS), FUATILIA PESA Newsletter Issue 1:October 2015, 29 ,    << Participatory Monitoring finds inequality among villages What is the Strategic Programme for the implementation of the land laws (SPILL)? Director's Comment:October 2015, 29 ,    << MKUKUTA Annual Implementation Report (MAIR) 2006/07:October 2015, 29 ,    << MKUKUTA Annual Implementation Report (MAIR) 2006/07:October 2015, 29 ,    << A Resource Book for Trainers on Public Expenditure Tracking in Tanzania:October 2015, 29 ,    << A Resource Book for Trainers on Public Expenditure Tracking in Tanzania :October 2015, 29 ,    << Zanzibar Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty :October 2015, 29 ,    << Plain language information about Tanzania's Property and Business Formalization Programme (PBFP) - also known as MKURABITA - Mpango Wa Kurasimisha Rasilimali Na Biashara Za Wanyonge Tanzania.:October 2015, 29 ,    << A plain language guide to the Strategic Plan for the Implementation of the Land Laws (SPILL) PEACE = Public Education and Awareness Creation and Enhancement:October 2015, 29 ,    << For development and poverty reduction: A plain language guide to Tanzania’s National Trade Policy and also to the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Policy (SMEDP) Business Environment Strengthening for Tanzania (BEST) Programme Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Competitiveness Project and the Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) Being Developed:October 2015, 29 ,    << A collection of well over one hundred Hakikazi cartoons arranged by NSGRP cluster categories. Being developed:October 2015, 29 ,    << A Simplified Guide to the Cooperative Development Policy and the Cooperative Societies Act of Tanzania Mainland Prepared by the Tanzanian Federation of Cooperatives (TFC) in Collaboration with the Cooperative Development Department - October 2006 :October 2015, 29 ,    << Mwongozo kwa Lugha Rahisi wa Sera ya Maendeleo ya Ushirika na Sheria ya Vyama vya Ushirika Tanzania Bara Umetayarishwa na Shirikisho la Vyama vya Ushirika Tanzania kwa Kushirikiana na Idara ya Maendeleo ya Ushirika - Septemba 2006:October 2015, 29 ,    << This programme builds on the initial educational work by equipping poor people and their representative structures with governance tools capable of monitoring inputs into poverty reduction activities in their communities. This is part of a process of generating a culture of participation, accountability and transparency at all levels of administration. Specific focuses of the programme include participatory action research and monitoring of public expenditure, especially as related to Poverty Reduction Strategies. Alliance building and networking in order to engage effectively in policy dialogue are also a priority. :November 2005, 15 ,    << A plain language guide to The United Republic of Tanzania’s Land, Forest and Wildlife Laws and Policies August 2004 :November 2002, 15 ,    << An Abridged and updated Version of Tanzania's Agricultural Sector Development Strategy (ASDS) Feb 2005 m:November 2002, 15 ,    << A plain language guide to Tanzania's National Trade Policy, and Small and Medium Enterprise Development Policy May 2005.:November 2002, 15 ,    << A plain language guide to Tanzania's National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP) - July 2005:November 2002, 15 ,    << A Simplified Guide to the Cooperative Development Policy and the Cooperative Societies Act of Tanzania Mainland Prepared by the Tanzanian Federation of Cooperatives (TFC) in Collaboration with the Cooperative Development Department - October 2006 :November 2002, 15 ,    
  • The Zinduka Programme

    (Zinduka means wake up or be aware in Kiswahili) This programme promotes public education to create knowledge and understanding of poverty issues in communities in which Hakikazi works directly and also nationwide. Ou  For More