Stakeholders underline FCS continued quest to building CSOs capacity

Some Civil Society Organisation (CSO) stakeholders have hailed the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) decision in reaffirming its position to continue building CSOs capacity in Tanzania since it is still pertinent, and highly needed.

The remarks was raised by the chair of Jukwaa la Katiba Tanzania (JUKATA), Mr. Deus Kibamba  on 8 July at an information session conducted by the FCS to its grantees and other civil society organisations in Dar es Salaam.

The matter ensued in the wake of FCS Executive Director, Mr. Francis Kiwanga, unveiling the apparent FCS Board of Directors’ decision to terminate all the on-going projects that were deemed as long overdue – with an exception of all CSOs capacity strengthening interventions, and all other special projects conducted through funds from the ILO, IRC (Wekeza), and EQIPP. Projects on People with Disability (PwDs) engagement in the 2015 elections will also remain intact.

“The level of CSOs capacity in this country is still not good enough. I encourage the FCS to continue venturing into this area as pledged,” said Mr. Kibamba flanked by other participating stakeholders during the session. 


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