The session was held on 28th and 29th April 2022 at Seychelles Hotel, Kijitonyama near…
Women in Law and Development in Africa (WLDAF) Tanzania is a non-profit organization, established in 1997. It is a part of a large Pan-African network dedicated to promoting and strengthening strategies that link Law and development in order to increase women’s participation and influence at that community, national, regional and international level in order to enhance the protection of their rights.
The overall goal of WiLDAF is to improve the status of women’s human rights and promote socio-economic development in Tanzania. The mission is to enhance a sustainable network for the promotion of respect of Women’s Human Rights through advocacy, dissemination and observance of national, regional and international standards.
The core program of WiLDAF include among others; Increase access to justice amongst women and girls in particular victims of violence; Advocacy for gender responsive laws and policies; Addressing GBV; Women Empowerment and Participation in Leadership Positions.
For More Information please click the link ToR Programm Officer Haki Yangu Project