Speedy Finance Saccoss System The Honorable Minister visits the TMA Who are We TMA is one of the leading non-governmental organizations in research, mentorship, and consultancy in Tanzania TMA Saccos Tanzania Mentors Team at TMA Saccoss Meeting Mentoring Training Our Team Perticipating in Mentoring Training

Partners

People and institutions, we work with:

Our tremendous performance in the past engagements has continued attracting more awards from the government of Tanzania and other development partners. Contemporary, some of the clients we work closely with include: the Ministry of Health , Community Development ,Gender Elderly and Children and Social welfare (MOHCDGECSW), Prime Minister’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) and the Ministry of Finance (MOF). In addition the Association has conducted Consultancies commissioned by these ministries, but also TMA have had separate consulting awards commissioned by international organizations including USAID, GIZ, UNICEF and JICA.

 

Gender and Youth engagement strategy;

 

Inequitable gender norms have a powerful influence in limiting women and youth ability to achieve their full potentials. Understanding and addressing the gendered barriers to service access and utilization has been critical to TMA programing. This is clearly stipulated in TMA constitution that gender mainstreaming is central to all organization business and gender equality is among organization core values. To make this operational, TMA has organizational gender policy which has been very instrumental in ensuring gender and youth cut across all program implementation and has fully employed Gender Officer who is supported by part time Senior Gender Consultant for smooth operationalization of the policy for project positive outcomes. All staff are oriented to these key documents immediately after joining the organization and gender capacity building to staff including gender equity at work place has been an ongoing activity within TMA.

 

TMA extensive experience on gender and youth integration includes;

through PS3 project the organization is supporting 93 Councils to redesign their Plan Rep to include among other things enough resources specific for women and youth interventions; strengthening capacity of councilors on citizens’ engagements including making sure women, youth and children voices and needs are incorporated in planning and budgeting priorities and, building capacity of women and youth focused local CSOs such as Tanzania Marginalized Empowerment Organization (TAMEO) to advocate for women and youth needs starting from the local level.
Under CSSC support, Organization strengthened the capacity 64 Hospitals’ management teams to have a comprehensive operational plan for provision of quality health services including adolescent and youth friendly services as per national guideline.
Furthermore, support has been provided to the MoH to develop comprehensive Public Private Partnership pipeline projects with main emphasis on provision of free Maternal and Child Health services as per National Guidelines through DANIDA support.
TMA strives for data driven approaches and use of sex and age disaggregated data and information. As such, data collection forms and registers are age and sex disaggregated to ensure women and youth are captured in all interventions. Staff has been trained on how to appropriate collect, document and report including accuracy and data management practices so data can be efficiently collected and used for program monitoring.

CAPACITY TO FOLLOW USAID FINANCIAL GUIDELINE

TMA has experience working with international organizations to implement projects. For example current TMA is implementing Public Sector System Strengthening - PS3 project as a subcontractor The 5 years USAID, Public Sector System Strengthening – PS3 is an example of the experience that TMA has acquired. In this project TMA has signed a construct of over 14 Billion Tshs to implement project activities using USAID financial rules and guidelines. TMA has built the capacity of its staff on financial guidelines and TMA can proudly say that it has built a reputation that can be justified by Abt Associate Inc a Prime contractor for PS3 project. In average TMA is raising an invoice of at least Tshs 350 million per month following USAID financial procedure and guide. To facilitate adhering of USAID financial guideline, TMA has developed online system that supports partners’ financial guidelines

People and institutions, we work with:

Our tremendous performance in the past engagements has continued attracting more awards from the government of Tanzania and other development partners. Contemporary, some of the clients we work closely with include: the Ministry of Health , Community Development ,Gender Elderly and Children and Social welfare (MOHCDGECSW), Prime Minister’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) and the Ministry of Finance (MOF). In addition the Association has conducted Consultancies commissioned by these ministries, but also TMA have had separate consulting awards commissioned by international organizations including USAID, GIZ, UNICEF and JICA.

 

Gender and Youth engagement strategy;

 

Inequitable gender norms have a powerful influence in limiting women and youth ability to achieve their full potentials. Understanding and addressing the gendered barriers to service access and utilization has been critical to TMA programing. This is clearly stipulated in TMA constitution that gender mainstreaming is central to all organization business and gender equality is among organization core values. To make this operational, TMA has organizational gender policy which has been very instrumental in ensuring gender and youth cut across all program implementation and has fully employed Gender Officer who is supported by part time Senior Gender Consultant for smooth operationalization of the policy for project positive outcomes. All staff are oriented to these key documents immediately after joining the organization and gender capacity building to staff including gender equity at work place has been an ongoing activity within TMA.

 

TMA extensive experience on gender and youth integration includes;

through PS3 project the organization is supporting 93 Councils to redesign their Plan Rep to include among other things enough resources specific for women and youth interventions; strengthening capacity of councilors on citizens’ engagements including making sure women, youth and children voices and needs are incorporated in planning and budgeting priorities and, building capacity of women and youth focused local CSOs such as Tanzania Marginalized Empowerment Organization (TAMEO) to advocate for women and youth needs starting from the local level.
Under CSSC support, Organization strengthened the capacity 64 Hospitals’ management teams to have a comprehensive operational plan for provision of quality health services including adolescent and youth friendly services as per national guideline.
Furthermore, support has been provided to the MoH to develop comprehensive Public Private Partnership pipeline projects with main emphasis on provision of free Maternal and Child Health services as per National Guidelines through DANIDA support.
TMA strives for data driven approaches and use of sex and age disaggregated data and information. As such, data collection forms and registers are age and sex disaggregated to ensure women and youth are captured in all interventions. Staff has been trained on how to appropriate collect, document and report including accuracy and data management practices so data can be efficiently collected and used for program monitoring.

CAPACITY TO FOLLOW USAID FINANCIAL GUIDELINE

TMA has experience working with international organizations to implement projects. For example current TMA is implementing Public Sector System Strengthening - PS3 project as a subcontractor The 5 years USAID, Public Sector System Strengthening – PS3 is an example of the experience that TMA has acquired. In this project TMA has signed a construct of over 14 Billion Tshs to implement project activities using USAID financial rules and guidelines. TMA has built the capacity of its staff on financial guidelines and TMA can proudly say that it has built a reputation that can be justified by Abt Associate Inc a Prime contractor for PS3 project. In average TMA is raising an invoice of at least Tshs 350 million per month following USAID financial procedure and guide. To facilitate adhering of USAID financial guideline, TMA has developed online system that supports partners’ financial guidelines

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