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Top level Government websites

Tanzania National Website
Official Online Gateway of the United Republic of Tanzania
http://www.tanzania.go.tz/
Official Government Website
With links to information about Sector Ministries
http://www.tanzania.go.tz/government/
Tanzania Parliament
This represents all the people of Tanzania. It was established in 1977. Its members are elected by the people every five years. Website has links to Bills and Acts. Home to POLIS (Parliamentary Online Information System)
http://www.parliament.go.tz/bunge/bunge.asp 
State House
The Mission of the Presidency is to administer the country in accordance with the constitution, improve the quality of life and social economic welfare of all Tanzanians
http://www.statehouse.go.tz/
Tanzania's Poverty Monitoring Website
This contains information about the progress and outputs on Tanzania's Poverty Reduction Strategies and Poverty Monitoring System
http://www.povertymonitoring.go.tz 

Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) indicators
(5 pages - 33KB pdf file )

Tanzania Development Partners Group (DPG)
And the Joint Assistance Strategy (JAS)
http://www.tzdac.or.tz/
Tanzania Online
This is a gateway to information on development issues in Tanzania. It provides easy access to a comprehensive set of documents.
www.tzonline.org

Links to other Tanzania web sites
http://www.tzonline.org/websiteslinks.htm
Links to development partner websites
http://www.tzonline.org/PARTNERS.HTM

Tanzania Development Gateway
An Internet portal that promotes on-line networking, sharing, exchange and dissemination of knowledge, ideas and information on development matters.
http://www.tanzaniagateway.org/ 
Tanzania Socio-Economic Database
Provides on-line access to accurate data on a wide range of socio-economic indicators in a user-friendly manner.
http://www.tsed.org
 
Tanzania at the IMF site
http://www.imf.org/external/country/tza/index.htm
Tanzania at the UNDP site
http://www.tz.undp.org/
Tanzania at the World Bank site
www.worldbank.org/hipc/country-cases/tanzania/tanzania.html
Tanzania at the US Library of Congress site (lots of good links)
http://www.loc.gov/rr/international/amed/tanzania/tanzania.html

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Sectoral and Programme Websites

Adult Morbidity and Mortality Project
Ministry of Health
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ammp/
National Bureau of Statistics (NBS)
The NBS is the Central Statistical Office of Tanzania. It conducts Censuses and Surveys which yield a wide range of economic, social and demographic statistics.
http://www.nbs.go.tz/
Ministry of Communications and Transport
Mandate (a) to develop a modern, integrated efficient transport system that is safe, secure and environmentally suitable and meets the needs of all users, (b) to extend the coverage of communications services in the country, improve the quality of local and international postal and communications services and (c) raise the level of accuracy and ability in weather forecasting.
http://www.moct.go.tz/ministry.html
Ministry of Finance
The aim of this website is to make the Ministry of Finance more accountable to citizens, to motivate and facilitate public participation in policy processes, and to provide useful information for people in areas related to our work.
http://www.mof.go.tz/
National Forest Programme
Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism - dealing with forestry and beekeeping policies and programmes
http://www.nfp.co.tz/
Household Budget Survey (HBS)
The survey was conducted in 2000/01 by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). It covered more than 22,000 households across all 20 regions of the Tanzanian Mainland. Information was collected for both urban and rural areas.
http://www.tanzania.go.tz/hbs/HomePage_HBS.html
National Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)
Policy and process
http://www.moct.go.tz/ict/
National Land Use Planning Commission
The Commission was established to harmonise and co-ordinate all land use related policies and legislation and to promote effective protection and enhancement of land quality. The aim of is to ensure sustainable use of land so that it can provide optimal production to (a) foster socio-economic development and (b) maintain land quality for long-term productivity.
http://www.nlupc.co.tz/
National Development Corporation (NDC)
The purpose of NDC is to initiate, develop and guide the implementation of economically viable projects in partnership with the private sector
http://www.ndctz.com/
Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism
The Tourism Division is responsible for the sectoral Policy, Planning, Research, Manpower Training, Statistics, Classification and for Licensing of the Hotels and Tourist Agents
http://www.tourismtanzania.go.tz/
Parastatal Sector Reform Commission (PSRC)
This commission co-ordinates implementation of the government's economic reform efforts in the form of privatisation
http://www.psrctz.com/Main_Index.htm
Prevention of Corruption Bureau (PCB)
This is a semi-autonomous governmental institution, which is entrusted to combat corruption in Tanzania Mainland.
http://www.tanzania.go.tz/pcb/corruption/welcome.html
Private Sector Participation (PSP)
This program is one of the components of the Public Sector Reform Program (PSRP) aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) through the involvement of the Private Sector Contractors in the delivery of public services.
http://www.estabs.go.tz/psp/gi.html
Public Service Reform Programme (PSRP)
This website contains information about Tanzania's Public Service Reforms
www.estabs.go.tz 
Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA)
Tanzania’s communications and broadcasting regulator. The TCRA was established under the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority Act No.12 of 2003 which merged the Tanzania Communications Commission and the Tanzania Broadcasting Commission
http://www.tcra.go.tz/
Tanzania Education and Information Services
Mission - To provide accurate and reliable information about the Education Services in the Country to all the stakeholders of Education in Tanzania, by the quickest means on a regular basis
http://www.tanedu.org
Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA)
This is a regulatory body responsible for controlling the quality, safety and effectiveness of food, drugs, herbal drugs, cosmetics and medical devices.
http://www.tfda.or.tz/
Tanzania Investment Centre
There is no doubt that the fiscal and investment legislation together with the regulatory initiatives of 1997 do go a long way towards the national goal of creating a friendly, facilitative and hassle free environment for private business
http://www.udsm.ac.tz/tic/
Tanzania Participatory Poverty Assessment (TzPPA)
Report of how poor people understand their own situations
http://www.esrftz.org/ppa/
Tanzania Revenue Authority
Mission - To be an effective and efficient tax administration which promotes voluntary tax compliance by providing high quality customer services with fairness and integrity through competent and motivated staff
http://www.tra.go.tz/

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Civil Society and NGOs

This list is of some of the organisations that are affiliated to Hakikazi.

For fuller lists please go to Tzonline or TANGO

Or visit Choike - a portal dedicated to improving the visibility of the work done by NGOs and social movements from the South. It serves as a platform where citizen groups can disseminate their work and at the same time enrich it with information from diverse sources, which is presented from the perspective of Southern civil society.
http://www.choike.org
 

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African Initiatives
www.african-initiatives.org.uk/ 
Arusha Non Governmental Organization (ANGONET)
www.angonet.kabissa.org 
Caledonia Centre for Social Development
www.caledonia.org.uk
Community Aid and Small Enterprise Consultancy (CASEC)
http://www.angonet.kabissa.org/casecpage.htm 
Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF)
http://www.esrf.or.tz/
Feminist Action Coalition (Fem Act)
http://www.tgnp.org/0gdss.htm#FemAct
Hakielimu
http://www.hakielimu.org/
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
http://www.iied.org/
Maarifa Ni Ufunguo
www.ufunguo.org/ 
Oxfam Ireland
http://www.oxfamireland.org/
RECODA (Community Research and OD)
http://www.angonet.kabissa.org/recoda.htm 
Resource Conflict Institute (RECONCILE)
http://www.reconcile-ea.org/
Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA)
http://www.repoa.or.tz/
Seafield Research and Development Services
http://www.srds.co.uk
Tanzania Association of NGOs
www.tango.or.tz
Tanzania Gender Networking Programme
www.tgnp.co.tz

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About Plain Language

Concise Writing Guide
If you want to make your writing easier to read and understand, use this free guide. It provides alternatives to overstated, pompous words; wordy, bureaucratic phrases; and verbose, sometimes amusing redundant phrases
http://home.comcast.net/~garbl/stylemanual/betwrit.htm
 

Easy Speak
Pointers to using plain language from an author who has done a lot of it (A BLOG with many links)
http://www.easyspeak.blogspot.com/
 

Plain Language Association INternational
This site provides free plain-language articles, writing tutorials, Web links, news, networking opportunities, professional support, and e-mail discussion group
http://plainlanguagenetwork.org/
 

Plain English Campaign
This is an independent pressure group fighting for public information to be written in plain English. They have more than 8000 registered supporters in 80 countries
http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/
 

A Plain English Handbook
"We’ll start by dispelling a common misconception about plain English writing. It does not mean deleting complex information to make the  document easier to understand ...
A plain English document uses words economically and at a level the audience can understand. Its sentence structure is tight. Its tone is welcoming and direct. Its design is visually appealing. A plain English document is easy to read and looks like it’s meant to be read."
83 page pdf file http://www.sec.gov/pdf/handbook.pdf
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (1998)

Plainlanguage.gov
Improving communication from the government to the public (US)
http://www.plainlanguage.gov/
 

Plain Train
A Plain Language Online Training Program. Here you will find helpful tips and techniques for improving your communication skills with the use of plain language
http://www.web.net/~plain/PlainTrain/
 

Writing for Change
Tools and tips from Fahamu
http://www.fahamu.org/WFCEng/index.html

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