A strong Media Network for Child Protection

February 19, 2016

We engaged the media community for two days workshop on Strengthening Media Network for Child Protection- 18TH -19TH February 2016. The theme of the workshop was on Portraying The Issue of Children into Media: What are the Best Practices? We were hired by PANOS an Organization that works in East and horn of Africa .

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Child Marriage and Early Pregnancy

July 2, 2015

The Consultancy awarded by Ministry of Community Development, Gender and Children (July 2015) Our duty here was to lead the discussion on the available policies governing the Child Marriage.and to facilitate participants to develop National Action Plan. During the workshop the stakeholders had also a reflection session on the Theme of African Child Day 2015, ”…

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Consultation meeting on children with disabilities

May 21, 2015

17- 21 May 2016. The consultancy awarded by ADD International The consultation meeting involved 60 children from Mkuranga, Kisarawe and Kibaha Districts. The meeting aimed to obtain the views from children with disabilities towards the 2016 Global Week Education Theme “Investing in Inclusive Education” The children called upon the government in collaboration with its stakeholders to…

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Children Agenda Coalition

April 2, 2015

By – March to April 2015, UNICEF awarded a Consultancy to Lecri Consult LECRI Consult’s role was to; (i) Facilitate Children Agenda Annual Review Meeting, support the meeting participants to develop 2015 Children Agenda Work Plan and Advocacy Plan (March-April 2015). (ii) Carry out Rapid Assessment on the progress made on implementation 2014 Children Agenda…

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The Law of the Child Act, 2009 Kigoma Kasulu

February 10, 2015

In February 2015, we were able to successfully facilitate this five day workshop at Kigoma Kasulu. The workshop was under the watch of Department of Social Welfare under Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in collaboration with Kasulu District Council.  The workshop aimed at building the capacity of magistrates, police, prison officers, social welfare officers…

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