TANGO - Official Website
Who we are?
We are a group of 632 NGOs registered Civil Society organizations. Our dream is to have a strong and vibrant civil society in Tanzania, in which NGOs play an active and effective role in promoting people-centered development. As a group, we aim at increasing the quality and quantity contribution of the NGO sector in development. In order to have more impact, we are organized in an association, TANGO, which is registered as an NGO itself since 1989.
You can download several document/maretials below:-
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 August 2012 08:01)
The evolution and content of NGOs code of conduct
The largest component of the Tanzanian civil society organizations is the NGO sector of which the current statistics show that there are about 9000 NGOs which are registered with the government. In this issue of the NGO/CSO Watch we give a gist of the content of the NGO Code of Conduct which was gazetted some two years ago.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 07 November 2012 07:04)
SUMMARY of CSOs’ Position Paper on EPAs as on December 2009
This is a much summarised content of the Kiswahili CSOs’ position paper on EPAs as derived from the national EPAs’ workshop in December 2009. Look at Introduction, Cotounou Agreement, Advantages of EPA to Tanzania Economy and CSOs' Views.
NACONGO: is swimming against the tide of change
The newly elected leadership of the National Non-governmental Organization’s Council (NACONGO) has streamlined operations by putting in place operational guidelines which will dispel the conflicts emanating from unclear roles and responsibilities which has ridden the organization for all eight years of its existence.
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 August 2012 08:29)
Non-tariff barriers in trading within the East Africa Community
Both the spoken and written words, of the East Africa Community (EAC) member states regarding elimination of Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs) show that issue lies at the heart of the EAC integration process. This can be noted from the text in the Customs Union protocol (CU) in which EAC member states commit to eliminate all existing NTBs in intra-EAC trade with immediate effect and to refrain from introducing new ones.