Our Engagements
  • The Global Week to Act for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or #Act4SDGs week kicked off this month from 20th- 30th September 2019 where we here at UNA marked it in Dodoma. Sustainable Development Goals as promised by all nations in 2015 were to be achieved by 2030 aim at creating Read More
  • UNA Tanzania organized a Knowledge building session on Why Access matters across the SDGs during the National commemoration of the Access to Information Day which was held at the Morogoro Hotel – Morogoro on the 28th September 2019.  The Knowledge building session was moderated by UNA Tanzania Secretary-General – Reynald Read More
  • The UN General Assembly is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations (UN) in which all 193 member states have equal representation. It is the main deliberative, policy-making, and representative organ of the UN. This year, the 74th Session of the General Assembly kicked off opened on Read More
  • On the 18th September, the National Youth CSOs Election Consortium was formed as a result of consultations between 50 youth-led and youth-serving organizations and youth networks from Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar representing National and grassroots youth organizations.  The National youth CSOs Elections Consortium is guided by the principle of inclusion Read More
  • UNA Tanzania joined forces with the NGO, Nipe Fagio, for a Beach Clean-up event on 21 September 2019 which is International World Clean-Up Day. This event was part of the events which marked the kickoff of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Action Week #Act4SDGs. World Cleanup Day is a global Read More
  • UNA Tanzania in collaboration with Media Space Tanzania launched the SDGs Club for Journalists and Storytelling. The objective of the club is to bring journalists and storytellers in Tanzania at the forefront of telling the SDGs stories from the lens of the people. The club will provide mentorship and capacity Read More