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Tanzania IFP Alumni Association (TIFPA)

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Joined March 2018

Works and avails itself as a platform for social justice and advocacy for the poor, marginalized and vulnerable sections of society in Tanzania AND elsewhere.

Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Governance

TIFPA’s core aim is to work and avail itself as a platform for social justice and advocacy for the poor, marginalized and vulnerable sections of society in Tanzania. Over the past  five years, TIFPA engaged in the constitution making processes both at the community and national level for formulation of a new Constitution for the United Republic of Tanzania. TIFPA successful carried out advocacy on the process of formulating Tanzania’s new constitution and enhanced the process through reviewing gaps in the existing Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania 1977, as amended from time to time, producing booklets and brochures for public consumption,  stimulating participation of the general public in the process of soliciting their views countrywide, convening itself as Baraza la Katiba and generally ensuring that  social justice issues are enshrined in the new Constitution. In addition, TIFPA strengthened partnership with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) engaged in the constitutional review processes.

People Associated With This Organization

Ntazimela Mwanakulya

Tanzania  
Tanzania IFP Alumni Association (TIFPA) (Unverified)
Joined July 2018
Interests: Criminal Justice
Am Ntazimela Mwanakulya, am a Tanzanian, am a student of law at the University of Dodoma, am 21 year old, I like to deal with various legal matter like exploring and observe the administration of various right in the society like right to healthy, right to the people with disabilities and other human right, my expectations is one day to become a good lawyer and a Human Rights ambassador in my country and through out the world so as to make sure than all people in the society are enjoying their rights. So I think this organization is a too for me first to gain experience while am still a student but also to make me aware of various issues and problems in the society in which together we can cooperation to eradicate them from the society.

Zuberi Ngoda

Tanzania  
Tanzania IFP Alumni Association (TIFPA)
Joined May 2017
Interests: Access to Information, Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Governance, Land & Natural Resources, Traditional / Customary Justice
My name is Zuberi Ngoda, I am a lawyer, activist and academician from Tanzania. I hold a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from the University of Dar es Salaam which I was awarded in 2003 and a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree from Columbia University, New York, USA which I was awarded in 2009.

I am looking forward to join NAMATI to network with like minded individuals and organisations that are committed to advocate for the land rights of the poor across the world. Land is the cornerstone of human livelihood and survival. Accordingly, there is a need to make sure that land tenure benefits all equittably including the poor, the vulnerable and the marginalised sections of the society. Much legislative and policy reforms need to be advocated for to make land tenure equittable in a capitalist free market economy.
Zuberi Ngoda is the network champion (main point of contact) for Tanzania IFP Alumni Association (TIFPA).

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