Tanzania Peace, Legal aid & Justice Centre (PLAJC)

P.O.BOX 3497; Sido near Makole Helth Center, Dodoma Municipal

Ansprechpartner: Jaruo B Karebe

+255 684 477 771; +255 755 958 646 ; +255 787082420


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  • Frauenpolitik/feministisches Projekt
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Über uns

The Tanzania Peace, Legal aid & Justice Centre (PLAJC) is a non for profit organization and volunteering with limited finances for self financing and is located in Dodoma Municipal at Bahi and Chamwino Block opposite to regional Library and it has Branches offices in Tabora – Kaliua and Katavi- Mpanda and where in Kigoma branch office is located in Kigoma-Nguruka –Uvinza. PLAJC has been working voluntarily in Dodoma, Katavi, Kigoma, Tabora and Manyara regions since 2012 before and after registered 2014 update.

PLAJC engages itself voluntarily in different development activities including: Baseline survey on current situation of conflicts and best way of conflicts resolution; Enhance capacities of community groups and CSOs; Gender-based Violence (GBV); Legal aid services; Protecting human rights in particular for children rights, women and vulnerable groups; Economic empowerment through entrepreneurship training for youth and women development; Environmental protection, good governance; Peace building; Health education and other community development services.

Building Tanzanian society with equality, peace and security for sustainable development of the country

To minimize violation of peace and human rights through promotion of conflict prevention, Analysis and resolution, advocates promoting justice, equality for sustainable peace and security in local and nation level

Program areas:
• Conflict resolution and security management programs
• Advocacy, Research, awareness and policy analysis
• Human rights, Good Governance and accountability
• Economic empowerment, Agribusiness and Value Chain.
• Natural resources and Climate change programs
• Youth and Women empowerment Programs
• Health rights and development
• Capacity Building and Institution Building
• Trainings and Education

Jaruo B Karebe is the Executive Director of the Tanzania Peace, Legal aid & Justice Centre (PLAJC).

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.