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Crisis Resolving Centre (CRC)

The Crisis Resolving Centre (CRC) was officially registered on 30th July 2007 under the Non-Governmental Organizations Act of 2002. CRC is basically a women-led and women’s rights organization founded

Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Family, Gender-based violence, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights

The Crisis Resolving Centre (CRC) was officially registered on 30th July 2007 under the Non-Governmental Organizations Act of 2002. CRC is basically a women-led and women’s rights organization founded to respond to the initiative of ending violence against women and children. The major strategic programme areas include: Provision of quality legal aid and counseling services to vulnerable groups including women and children; Providing shelter and protection services to vulnerable children; Subject to availability of funds to support the basic needs for quality education to vulnerable children; Engage women by empowering them economically and through an understand of their rights and awareness creation to communities for a better understanding on the importance of protecting the human rights of women and children.

Thus, the overall goal of CRC is to advocate for women and children’s rights by conducting awareness raising activities for cultural, policy and legal changes/transformation in the society. CRC is dedicated to respond to various forms of GBV by provision of legal aid, counseling, and education services to GBV survivors without gender discrimination. CRC believes in reunification and reconciliation of families and negotiation among infected and affected parties

For the past 10 years the organization has assisted more than 15,000 clients of GBV in terms of sexual harassment and abuses, among other forms of gender discrimination in more than five different regions including Singida and Dodoma in Tanzania mainland. CRC has published 315 different human rights particularly women and children’s print articles, and aired more than 47 broadcast programmes which reached the large population of Tanzania of diversity background and origin.

 

People Associated With This Organization

Gladness Munuo

Tanzania  
Crisis Resolving Centre (CRC)
Joined July 2020
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Family, Gender-based violence, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights
I am an experienced Journalist and Communicator by professional, I am able to work multipurpose activities including Gender Based Violence issues. I assumes the role of the Coordinator at the Crisis Resolving Centre since 2014. I own Masters degree in Public Health Leadership (Safe Motherhood Program) and undergraduate degree of Arts, General. She has working experience of more than 20 years in issues of GBV for women and Children. I have an experience to work with team building spirit, have a significantly provided amicable leadership guidance to my team members during implementation of previous projects. Above all, I am a gender activist on gender equality and empowerment I am qualified on Public Health Leadership-Save the Mothers from. facilitating Gender on areas of media, Health, education and sociology as well to mention a few. I am a Gender activist who is keen to be party of our institution. Reliable, trustworthy, transparent and meticulous. Able to work on own initiatives or as part of a team and can deal with administrative and leadership duties. I am eager to learn more from other stake holders.

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