|Brev om bevarandet av en representant i EU för Great Lakes-regionen||263 KB|
|Evaluation of Lake Victoria programme||2082 KB|
|Context analysis Lake Victoria, 2011||926 KB|
|Strategy for Lake Victoria programme, 2011-2014||348 KB|
|Good practice stories, Lake Victoria programme||4795 KB|
|Leaflet, Lake Victoria programme||3228 KB|
Diakonia's presence in Tanzania is relatively recent, and our geographical focus is in the Lake Victoria region. The current partner organizations work within the Lake Victoria Rights Programme, targeting fishing communities.
Interfaith forum on social justice issues
LVRP is implemented within an interfaith (Muslim and Christian) partnership in the Lake Victoria region. Imams and Pastors join together and create similar messages on various human rights and socio-economic issues which they share during their sermons. This unity of message and purpose has helped in raising awareness and acceptability of Human rights among community members.
Another key component in our work in Tanzania is economic empowerment for fishermen living close to Lake Victoria. Together with the fishing communities, Diakonia and our partner organizations have identified new possible sources for income, thus making the people living near the lake less dependent on the insecure incomes from fishing.
Read more about our work in Tanzania
Tanzania: Happiness is changing the worldHappiness Inja in Ukerewe, Tanzania proves that when you empower a woman, you empower the entire community. She shares her inspiring story of the first woman to vie and win the counselor seat.
Tanzania: Rosemary refused widow cleansingWhen Rosemary's husband died, the traditions said that she had to go through women cleansing, unprotected sex with men, to keep her land. Thanks to a workshop she had attended with Diakonia's partner organization, she refused, and eventually gained her land back. Read Rosemary's story