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Launching of The 16 Days of Activism Campaign 2023
Empowering Women in Tanzania
Celebrate 25 Years of Using Law to Transform Women's Lives
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Access to Justice for Women, Girls, and Other Marginalized Citizens

Bodily Autonomy and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

Gender Based Violence to End Violence Against Women and Children

Women’s Economic Justice and Rights

Women Leadership and Feminist Movements

Partnership and Institutional capacity

Do You Need Legal Aid?

We provide legal service to women and children who cannot hire advocates. You can access this service through our toll free line 0800780070 or Funguka App. You may also visit our legal aid clinics located at our offices in Dar es salaam and Njombe.
Kwa msaada wa kisheria piga simu bure 0800780070 Au pakua Funguka App


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Women’s rights to end GBV


Adolescent Girls and Young Women Empowered Economically


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16 Days 2023 (Social Media)

“After the WiLDAF training, women are now slowly standing up at individual, family and community level. Women are speaking up, participating meaningfully, and being given leadership positions. The social norms that existed in the past are slowly melting and reducing that
impacted the role of women in leadership. Men are now slowly accepting that women can contribute effectively regarding household decisions.”

Margaret Charles Kayanga, Wanawake Sasa Champion

Men have really been sensitized regarding Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV). This is the main barrier to women’s development and leadership. WiLDAF and other organizations have supported us to campaign regarding WLPP and SGBV. Many men are not able to accept to share the proceeds of the sale of produce, but now, this is changing. A married woman as leader has brought about much change especially at the family level.”

saack Kalungu Saalum, Wanawake Sasa Paralegal Champion.

 ” I have been honored and recognized by my community members for the work I am doing in the community especially on solving legal and gender based violence issues and I have been appointed to be a member of the Land Tribunal in our village land council. The knowledge WiLDAF gave me during the trainings of establishing paralegal units has really bearded some fruits as it is the knowledge I use on my day to day duties.”

Ms. Dorica Ngaina- Kongwa Paralegal.


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