SASPEN Country Workshop Tanzania

Social Protection Country Workshop (2016): “International Frameworks and National Policies” – United Republic of Tanzania 16th – 17th August, 2016 – Dar-es-salaam 

Please find the programme and the Concept note of the Workshop if you click here.

Group picture of all participants

Participants in the Tanzania Country Workshop pose for a Group Picture

Conference Presentations

Mr Daniel Kumitz, FES Zambia & SASPEN Coordinator: Scoping Social Protection: Definitions, Concepts and Policy Frameworks. Introduction into the Workshop POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Mr Joseph Mutashubilwa Manager Planning, Social Security Regulatory Authority (SSRA): Challenges Facing Social Protection in Tanzania and Plans for the Future, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Dr Simeon Mesaki, University Dar-Es-Salaam: Social Protection of Persons with Disabilities in Tanzania: Policies, Legislations and Frameworks, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here. 

Ms Jane Barrett, Director Organization & Representation, Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO): Social Protection for Informal Workers: International Perspectives, POWERPOINT, click here. 

Ms Vicky Kanyoka, Regional Coordinator (Africa), International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF): Social Protection for Informal Workers in Tanzania, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Prof Evance Kalula, Director Confucius Institute and Director International Academics Programmes Office, University of Cape Town: Zambia on the Way to a Comprehensive Social Protection System, POWERPOINT in two parts (pdf), click here and here.

Ms Zubeda Chande, Institute for Finance Management (IFM): Towards a Transformative Social Protection System in Tanzania: Policy Reflections from South-Asian Countries, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Mr Amadeus Kamagenge, Director Programmes & Research, Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF): The Productive Social Safety Nets (PSSN) Programme, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Dr Flora Myamba, Policy Research for Development REPOA: Food Voucher Baseline Evaluation: The Impact of Cash Transfers on Women’s Empowerment, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here

Ms Vuyokazi Obakhe Futshane, Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) Johannesburg, SADC BIG Campaign: Social Protection from a Human Rights Perspective. Implications for Policy Makers and Rights Holders, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Mr Salum Rashid Mohammed, Head of Social Protection Unit Zanzibar: Social Pensions in Zanzibar, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Prof Jeremy Seekings, Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town: One Century of Social Pensions in Africa: From South Africa in the 1920s to Zanzibar Today, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here.

Mr Daniel Kumitz, FES Zambia & SASPEN Coordinator: The SASPEN Network – how to engage

Mr Asanterabi Sang’enoi, PMO Assistant DirectorPolicy and Coordination, Prime Minister’s Office: The draft Social Protection Framework for Tanzania, POWERPOINT (pdf), click here. 

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