Concern for Development Initiatives in Africa (ForDIA)
Undertake research, training and advocacy for enlightening the public with researched-based knowledge and materials on national and international issues pertaining to democracy and governance, gender equity and quality development and social-political and economic development in Africa South of Sahara in general with emphasis to the Great Lakes Region of Africa and Tanzania in particular; analyse the magnitude of consciousness and felt comprehensive picture of corruption in Tanzania; create civic awareness, knowledge and skills to communities at grassroots level on the importance of using their civic rights to hold the government accountable and responsive to them and institutionalize good governance and create political tolerance systems; encourage citizens' participation in development issues; share information and engage the community in an open dialogue; promote transparency, encourage openness in local government authorities and build ownership of development decisions as well as programmes and projects; empower through capacity building and nurture community based groups and non governmental organizations; promote networking amongst many active stakeholders.
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