01 April 2015 Written by TAMWA
CARE Canada was pleased to host a special event March 24 featuring Tanzanian activist Valerie Msoka to highlight the issue of child, early and forced marriage. Msoka is the executive director of the Tanzanian Media Women’s Association (TAMWA). A skilled communicator and advocacy leader, she has three decades of experience in communications, including with the BBC World Service, with Tanzanian radio and with the United Nations.
As the world marks international women’s day, The Tanzania Media Women’s Association (TAMWA) also reflects on its journey in bringing the issues of Women onto the national agenda. The International Women's Day is traditionally a day when women of the world unite to celebrate achievements and protest injustices against women. The day celebrates the social, political and economic achievements of women while focusing world attention on areas requiring further action to achieve equality for women.
Every year March 08, the whole world celebrates women’s day around the world. TAMWA as the largest shareholder of women and children rights has been the forefront duting celebration. TAMWA made various exhibitions as well as provided legal support and advice, in the event the special guest was the president of the Republic of Tanzania honorable Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete accompanied by the Minister of Social Welfare Gender and Children honorable Sophia Simba with his deputy, Hon Pindi Chana. TAMWA received two awards that are awareness of gender issues and fight-FGM as well as early marriage. The slogan was ''uwezeshaji wa wanawake tekeleza wakati ni sasa"
24 February 2015 Written by TAMWA
The High Commission of Canada presented an award today to honor a Tanzanian who has made a distinguished contribution to the effort to end child, early, and forced marriage (CEFM). The High Commissioner of Canada, H.E. Alexandre Lévêque, presented the award to Ms. Valerie Msoka, at a ceremony this afternoon at the Serena Hotel in Dar es Salaam.
Chama cha Wanahabari Wanawake Tanzania-TAMWA kwa kushirikian na Shirika linalo hudumia Idadi ya Watu UNFPA Kinatoa mafunzo ya siku tatu kuhusiana na kuandika habari za uchunguzi wa unyanyasaji wa kijinsia.Mafunzo hayo yanaendelea kutolewa kwa waandishi wa habari mapema tarehe 23 hadi Tarehe 25 Februari mwaka huu katika kanda tatu nchini Tanzania.