UNFPA’s programme beneficiaries include women, young people, including adolescent girls, marginalized populations, and those seeking refuge in Tanzania, with a geographical focus on districts with poor sexual and reproductive health and rights indicators.  We aim to ‘leave no one behind’, based on the principle of ‘reaching the furthest behind first’. We continue to work with government to make motherhood safer and are upgrading health centres in rural areas to reduce the long distances that women have to travel to access quality maternal health services. We recognize that youth must be meaningfully engaged in policy and programme development and focus on including their voice in decisions that affect them – nothing about young people without young people. We work to ensure that this large group of the population are able to make a healthy and safe transition to adulthood, to realize their potential, and to contribute to the development of the country. We will continue our work with government and other partners for a Tanzania where girls and women can live free from fear, violence and discrimination. Our partnerships with government, national institutions and non-government organizations have yielded results in tackling gender-based violence, including female genital mutilation and child marriage, and we are scaling up efforts to eradicate these harmful practices that violate the human rights of women and girls.

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