Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) as of 2019 as a result of changes of legal framework where organisations that deal mainly with communities had to comply with The Non-Government Organisation Act, No. 24 of 2002 and its amendments made vide The Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (No.3) of 2019. The organisation was formerly registered in 1990 under societies Act Cap 337 R.E 2002 as a guild to promote and advance legal and constitutional rights of women and children and this still stands to date. The aims and objectives of the organization are; to advocate for gender equality, promotion of human dignity and gender justice through policy, legal and institutional reforms, community action and media engagement. To collaborate with relevant stakeholders in creating a conducive legal and policy environment, providing diverse platforms on sectoral reform and access to justice through legal aid services, advocacy, awareness raising, strategic litigation, research and publications on issues affecting Women and Children. To have a society that respects, upholds the rights, enhances the responsibility, and empowers Women. Professionalism: By ensuring TAWLA services are delivered with high level of standards and best practices. Transparency and Accountability: By sharing regular reports and/or filing returns on time for the Board Members, Local Community and Development Partners, Local Government Authorities, Registrar of Legal Aid Providers and Registrar of NGOs. Integrity and Confidentiality: By appreciating the trust and privacy of individuals and organizations that seek our services.

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