Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania

WLAC Toll-free Women’s Abuse hotline: 0800 780 100

Ambulance | ambulancía | Krankenwagen | 救急車 | скорая помощь: 112

Police | Policía | Polizei | 警察 | Polisi | полиция: 999

Abuse helpline: 255 51 2861111

Women’s Legal Aid Centre (WLAC)

Tel: +255 22 2664051

Enquires: wlac@wlac.or.tz   

Toll-free Women’s Abuse hotline: 0800 780 100

Kiota Women’s Health and Development (KIWOHEDE)

www.kiwohede.org

Tel: +255 22 2861111

Cell: +255 754 694107

Email: katri@kiwohede.org

ACORD Mwanza

http://www.acordinternational.org/our-work/where/tanzania/

acordtz@africaonline.co.tz

+255 28 2500965

Africare

www.africare.org

TGNP Mtandao (Advocate for Transformative Feminism)

Dar Es Salaam, P.O Box 8921, DSM

+255 (0) 754 – 784 050

info@tgnp.org

KIVULINI Women’s Rights Association/Maternity Africa

www.maternityafrica.org/kivulini/

info@maternityafrica.org

IWF International Reporting Portals – We help countries without anywhere to report images and videos of child sexual abuse. We provide a reporting button which feeds directly to our expert analysts in the UK, who assess the reports and remove the content. They are known as our International Reporting Portals.

The IWF Portal enables you to report images and videos of child sexual abuse when spotted on the internet.

You can anonymously and confidentially report:

  • Child sexual abuse content
  • Non-photographic child sexual abuse images

Report herehttps://report.iwf.org


Cross sectional research from a decade long study within African countries, including Rwanda, Tanzania and South Africa, as well as recent findings from India, consistently found women who experienced intimate partner violence were more likely to be infected with HIV. Source: The Facts: Violence against Women and MDGs. 2010.


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