Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) focusing on Advancing SRHR for women of reproductive age in Tanzania and enhancing women’s access to justice through protection and secure their land and property rights through legal frameworks.
The NGO works on CSO Parallel support to Land tenure support program, Development of safer driving and mobility through the improvement of existing laws and policies in Tanzania and Women and Youths Political Representation Enhanced.
The National Sanitation and Hygiene behavior change campaign implemented by the Government through the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC), funded by the UK Department for International Development (UKAID) and overseen by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The campaign is dubbed Nyumba ni Choo Loosely translated to The heart of the house is the toilet.
Tanzania Online Media Network is a professional association that comprises the licensed online content providers committed to supporting each other and helping each other grow and dedicated to helping its members navigate the business, technological and political terrains. The association works as;
Project CLEAR solves marketing and behavioral science challenges by developing, testing options, and scaling solutions. It was established to fill the niche purely commercial marketing agency and a scientific research institution.
Project CLEAR offers the following services:
As a part of the implementation of the Boresha Habari Project, Jamii Media procured a .tz domain name, created a website, and hosts the designed website for radio stations. The beneficiary stations were Country FM (Iringa), Nuru FM (Iringa), Lake FM (Mwanza), Voice of Africa – VOA (Korogwe), Mwambao FM (Tanga), and Rasi FM (Dodoma).
Others were Nyemo FM (Dodoma), Arusha One Radio (Arusha), ICE FM (Makambako), Chai FM (Tukuyu), Safari FM (Mtwara), Fadhila FM (Lindi), Hits FM (Zanzibar), Chuchu FM (Zanzibar), Micheweni Community Radio (Pemba), Mkoani Community Radio (Pemba) and Uvinza Community Radio (Kigoma).
“Jamii Media taught us better programming. We established a 30-minute agriculture program. Currently sponsored by local agriculture shops and small milk processors. Apart from that, we have a 15-minute program which is sponsored by one of Tanzania’s largest milk processors”
Station Manager – Chai FM
“Working with Jamii Media Team was exemplary. They visited our station in Makambako and spent days understanding our business and technological challenges. They taught us many things and advised innovative revenue models such as barter, we got back up batteries for airtime.”
Station Manager – Ice FM
“Our station was in urban, filled with vibrate tech-driven youth staff. However, we hadn’t realized our full potential until the team from Jamii Media came. They taught us how to incorporate social media into our programming. Currently, our digital presence is useful; we even get clients on Instagram.”
Station Manager – Arusha One Radio