Our Partners / Members / Friends
ADLG and KEPA partner to empower people living in mining areas to speak out about their problems and rights and to bring those voices to policy and decision makers on regional level in the lake zone of Tanzania. ADLG works on coaching change agents in communities affected by a diversity of poverty and development challenges. The ADLG-Kepa partnership focuses on communities living near large mines such as Kahama, Kishapu and Geita areas.
We are the active member of Agriculture Non-state Actors Forum (ANSAF) ; this is the most active and reputable CSO national networks in Tanzania. ADLG joined this network to get connected to national level advocacy and also skilfully connect issues raised at local government level to these national level efforts. ADLG is also working with ANSAF in Social Accountability Monitoring System which is really starting to gain momentum in Sengerema and Bariadi districts.
ADLG works with Hakielimu in facilitating radio dialogues particularly on education issues in one district as a pilot project. Here the animation goes to another level where we facilitate dialogues within the community (as usual) but these dialogues continue through a community radio available at the district.
We are the active member of Policy Forum ; this is the most active and reputable CSO national networks in Tanzania. ADLG joined this network to get connected to national level advocacy and also skilfully connect issues raised at local government level to these national level efforts. ADLG seats at the Policy Forum’s Board of directors to support the implementation of the 2014/16 strategic plan.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a non-profit organization from Germany. With its activities all over the world it contributes to political dialogue and the interaction between different cultures. Together with ADLG we make a contribution to the international order that enables Tanzania to develop in freedom and under its own responsibility. KAS supported the printing and dissemination of a popular version of the local election manual for voters. The manual is based on the official electoral guidelines published by the Prime Minister´s Office for Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) and was worked out by local governance experts from the Tanzanian civil society organization ADLG.