Additionally, TAWLA has engaged itself with several media houses in advocating for the improved road safety legal and policy environment. Tike Mwambipile together with other Coalition members participated in one Television program namely, “This Week in Perspective” at TBC 1 TV Station (hosted by one Adam Simbe) to discuss the current road safety situation in the Tanzania. Mwambipile spoke generally on the existing road safety legislation and the need to have the proposed amendments for better improvement of road safety situation in the country.
Apart from the above activities, TAWLA has conducted a two days capacity building meeting with road safety stakeholders aimed at; capacity building and sensitization of officials from relevant Ministries by aligning gaps in the existing laws and policies on road safety; creating champions who will help to promote an improved road safety legal environment with increased political will.
TAWLA leads the Road Safety coalition of CSO’s and key stakeholders.
The purpose of this project is to contribute to the improvement of road safety legal and policy environment by addressing gaps in the road safety legislation that link directly to current high rate of road accidents in the country.
Currently, the Day of the African Child is an opportunity to raise awareness for the ongoing need to improve access to education for children across Africa.
Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons a large number of children in Africa still do not have access to education.
TAWLA believe that investing in girls will empower them to be able to build their dreams for their future lives.
As a vibrant leading human rights women organization, TAWLA embark on road safety agenda.
It is estimated that there is 1.1 billion girls worldwide who are central to achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Therefore in the realization of this year’s theme, TAWLA is committed and further pledges to continue providing legal empowerment to end discrimination and harmful practices like early marriages and violence against girls.