One of the TAMWA founding members Miss Fatma Alloo, receiving a special award from Minister of Information, Youth, Sports and Culture Dr.Harrison Mwakyembe during 30th Anniversary of TAMWA as a gesture to appreciate the role she played in coordinating TAMWA's historical book.
Students of Nassoro Seif Secondary School with TAMWA staff Loyce Gondwe, during MPFGBV project visit in Mvomero where they received comic booklets on GBV from TAMWA
The new appointed TAMWA Executive Director, Ms Rose Reuben (Right), receiving office documents from the representative of the Association’s Board Chairperson, Ms Judica Losai during the handing over ceremony that took place at TAMWA Office in Dar es Salaam on Friday, January 11, 2019.
TAMWA photographer Aika Kimaro (center), receiving her winning price from the World Press Photo Competition prepared by HIVOS and Voice Tanzania at Alliance Française Dar es Salaam.
“Fighting against Gender Based Violence (GBV) is not the responsibility of TAMWA alone but the whole society. Let us work together in identifying the causes and educate the entire society to end it”. Rose Reuben – TAMWA Executive Director.
Congratulations TAMWA Executive Director Rose Reuben for Women Leadership Award from World Women Leaders Congress (WWLC)
TAMWA Executive Director Rose Reuben(standing), giving an opening remark during one day training session for journalists on sexual harassment in work place and Higher learning institutions in Tz. The Training was conducted by TAMWA under Boresha Habari Project at TAMWA Hall at Siza Mori in Dar Es Salaam on July 23th 2019.
TAMWA Executive Director Rose Reuben speaking with Journalists during a two day Women In News Room training for journalists conducted by TAMWA in Dododma on August 20th 2019.
TANZANIA MEDIA WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION (TAMWA)
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OUR VISION: A Peaceful Tanzania Society which respects human rights from a gender perspective.
OUR MISSION: To advocate for women and children's rights by conducting awareness raising activities for cultural, policy and legal changes/transformations in the society through the use of media.
The government of Tanzania in conjunction with various organizations has been struggling to liberate women from Gender-Based Violence (GBV)
Such efforts have proved successfully in different areas, because more women have started to understand their rights and claim them successfully.
Men too have reduced habits of mistreating their wives, thanks to effort from different Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) like Tanzania Media Women's Association (TAMWA) and Legal Service Facility (LSF).