Did you know? It is estimated that each year approximately millions of youths enter job market although very few of them find employment. Unemployment is even higher amongst young people with disabilities due to stigma and discrimination.

August’s Newsletter

Platform has conducted a multistakeholder dialogue with the title “Stakeholder coordination for Tanzania Development Vision 2050 consultations and 2023 Voluntary National Review”, August’s Newsletter

September’s Newsletter

UNA Tanzania in partnership with UNA Finland conducted Kesho Yetu, Climate Hack, where Young people presented innovative ideas based on early warning systems to vulnerable communities, food security and mobilization for climate action and resilience themes.

May Newsletter

Welcome to our May Newsletter! Once again we feel happy to share Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform’s May activities with you. This Newsletter covers different activities including events we had including ONGEA PROJECT by Mulika Tanzania, AJENDA YA VIJANA, National Population Policy (2006) Review, MENSTRUAL HYGIENE DAY! TANZANIA AND ONGEA PROJECT MULIKA  YOUNG VISUAL ARTIST HUMAN […]

April Newsletter

Dear Stakeholder welcome to our April Newsletter! We feel happy to share Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform’s April activities with you. As part of its engagement strategy, building synergy and partnerships with members, Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform is conducting courtesy visits to its members across various thematic focuses. The visits aim to share with members updates […]

February Newsletter

Hello from Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform! We’re happy to share with you our February Newsletter on what we have been doing across the board. Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform is a voluntary and open platform for civil society organizations in Tanzania to come together, self-organize and self- coordinate to ensure their meaningful participation and contribution towards […]