SDGs Program

Sustainable Development Goals Program

Sustainable development is the pathway to the future we want for all...

This program aims at effective and inclusive local implementation of the SDGs with adherence to the principles of Human Rights and Gender equality in Tanzania. UNA Tanzania has been playing a leading role in campaigning for SDGs awareness, implementation and stakeholders’ engagement. UNA Tanzania has worked in over 10 regions in the country, reaching out to Youth, Women and People with disabilities in carrying out capacity building and strengthening, education, advocacy and lobbying activities to increase stakeholders’ influence and participation in implementing the 2030 Agenda without Leaving No One Behind.

We put efforts in promoting the implementation of the 2030 agenda on sustainable development focusing on:

Under this program, UNA Tanzania works closely with the several key stakeholders including the Government, Civil Society Organizations, Community Based Organizations and Faith Based Organizations. 

Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development

 

On the 9th of November 2018, Hon. Job Ndungai (MP) – Speaker of the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania, launched the Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development, who remarked it as a historic achievement for sustainable development advocacy on the parliamentary level, as the first ever organized platform for sustainable development.

Group Photo During the Launch of the Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development. From left Hon. Salome Makamba, Hon.Augustino Vuma, Hon.Job Ndungai, Hon. Innocent Bashemela and Mr. Reynald Maeda

 

The Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development is an effort and achievement  by UNA Tanzania, under the umbrella of the Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform in partnership with Policy Forum. The group is a voluntary parliamentary caucus, formed by 30 members who champion for Sustainable Development in the parliament.  The group is interestingly comprised of 15 women and 15 men.

Reynald Maeda – Secretary General UNA Tanzania – giving remarks during the launch of the Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development.

 

The endeavour of the SDGs is to be localized in National Development plans, policies and institutional arrangements. The members of Parliaments play a major role in this case to influence policies to be mainstreamed in line to the National Development Plans, in this way it is important that the Parliamentarians in this group are able to be loaded and broadly understand the concepts of Sustainable Development, and inter linkages in the National Development Plans.

Baring in mind the need to strengthen the capacity of the parliamentary in sustainable development, UNA Tanzania in collaboration with Tanzania Sustainable Development Platform (TSDP) and Policy Forum conducts SDGs training to this group from time to time, basing on the implementation, monitoring and review of the SDGs. The sessions are usually participatory, and a facilitation approach mainly through presentations, group discussions and feedback sessions during the delivery of the sessions.

Professor Mbilinyi presenting about Gender and Women’s Empowerment (GEWE) and SDGs during the orientation day for the parliamentary group.
Building on the knowledge for the PGSD focuses on three key areas:

SDGs Journalists Club

News and media can play an important role in raising awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Today, media is the biggest source to deliver the information amongst this generation and also developing the fastest media path for the future. Following the journey of the SDG’s and now that we are in the last 10 years, termed as the Decade of Action, we are focusing on how media communicate, achieve and meet challenges in the implementation of Agenda 2030.

Journalists exchanging ideas on how to better portray the SDGs in the media.

 

We provide capacity building and time to time to journalists and editors on linking and providing information, progress and effort put by the government and other stakeholders on the SDG’s.

The club has 30 members and was formed in collaboration with MediaSpace Tanzania
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