FCS supports its grantees implementing 2015 election projects, peace dialogues

The Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) has conducted the countrywide support visits to over 95 of its grantees implementing projects related to enhancing citizens’ engagement in the 2015 Tanzania General Elections, as well as conducting peace dialogues.

The support visits to the grantees began in early October and lasted for about two weeks.

This follows after the grantees had undergone the mandatory Manage Your Grant (MYG) training towards end of September - in order to fine-tune their project indicators, expected outcomes, as well as budgets.

The FCS grantees are expected to reach out to a million of Tanzanians in different parts of the country as well as inspire peaceful and democratic engagement in the electoral processes. Critical constituencies, including People with Disability (PWDs), women and youths are expected to be part of the key direct beneficiaries.

Earlier before disbursement of funds to the grantees, the FCS Executive Director, Mr. Francis Kiwanga appealed to the grantee organisations to ensure that they devote their energy to adequately achieve their set out targets of enhancing effective citizens’ engagement in the upcoming Tanzania General Elections, as well as peace dialogues - without any forms of diversion.

 

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