ENGENDERING THE MINING IN TANZANIA: TO WHAT EXTENT ARE WOMEN BENEFITING OR LOSING OUT IN REVENUE MANAGEMENT

This study aimed at examining the extent to which women benefit from or lose out in mining revenue management in Tanzania. It also sought to find out whether Tanzania has a revenue allocation mechanism to ensure that women benefit from the sector as men. The study was triggered by the fact that participation of women […]

HakiRasilimali Newsletter Volume 3 , 2020 Edition

The 2020 newsletter features mostly HakiRasilimali engagements on COVID19 pandemic: Rethinking how the outbreak has had or will have potential economic impacts (short-mid and long term) on extractive sector; Mapping out existing response and mitigation interventions against Covid-19. Also, assessing the level of risk for resource on government, companies, women, labour and resource dependent in […]

Towards an Industrial Economy: A compiled analysis of the Ministerial Budgets for the extractive sector in alignment to the implementation of the Five-Year Development Plan 2016/17 to 2020/21

Being cognizant of the sector’s significance to the country’s economy, HakiRasilimali, a platform with a leaning towards enhancing extractive sector transparency and accountability agenda has carried out an analysis of the budget trends for the Ministry of Minerals and the Ministry of Energy in reflection to the realization of the extractive related targets as set […]

Call for Bid. Engendering the Mining Sector in Tanzania: To What Extent Are Women Benefiting or Loosing Out in Revenue Management?

HakiRasilimali (HR) is a platform of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) incorporated as a non-profit company working on strategic issues around minerals, oil and gas extraction in Tanzania envisaging to become more effective in influencing extractive industries related policies, laws practices in the country. The platform is also affiliated to Publish What You Pay (PWYP), a global membership-based coalition of civil society organizations (CSOs) in over forty countries united in their call for an open and accountable extractive sector. HR wishes […]

A BIRD EYE OF THE EXTRACTIVE SECTOR RECONCILED REPORTS: ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE TANZANIAN DEVELOPMENT PATH OVER THE PERIOD OF TEN YEARS (2009-2019)

HakiRasilimali, a platform with a leaning towards enhancing extractive sector transparency and accountability agenda carried out an analysis of reconciled revenues as reported by the Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (TEITI). The analysis covers information disclosed over the past 10 years from July 2008/09 to June 2018/19. The main objective is to understand the contribution […]

NYERERE AENZIWE KWA VITENDO, RASILIMALI ZINUFAISHE WATANZANIA.

Na Marco Maduhu (ESKi Tanzania Alumni) Tanzania ni miongoni mwa nchi zilizojariwa utajiri wa Rasilimali Madini, Gesi asilia na Mafuta. Utajiri huu ni kinyume na maisha halisi ya wananchi wake. Rais wa kwanza wa Jamuhuri wa Muungano wa Tanzania – Hayati Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, aliweka Dira ya Rasilimali kuwa madini yanufaishe watanzania kwanza kupitia […]

Call for proposals (Consultancy)- Post analysis of the The downfall of ACACIA mining plc in Tanzania: will Tanzania get a better deal?

HakiRasilimali is a Civil Society Organization (CSOs) platform working on advocacy issues around minerals, oil and gas extraction in Tanzania. HR wishes to engage a consultant to undertake an a post analysis of its report“ The downfall of ACACIA mining plc in Tanzania: will Tanzania get a better deal?”https://www.hakirasilimali.or.tz/the-downfall-of-acacia-mining-plc-in-tanzania-will-tanzania-get-a-better-deal/ and https://www.hakirasilimali.or.tz/why-is-the-government-and-the-parliament-silent-over-barrick-new-deal/ The main objective of this […]

ESKi Tanzania event Docket

Background The extractive sector in Tanzania and East Africa in general is expanding and projected to be a major contributor to the  national economy and rural livelihoods. Despite this potential, the sector experiences a range of challenges including environmental, social, cultural, and human rights which all negatively affect equitable sharing of the benefits accrued  from […]

Fundamentals of Community led Advocacy in Mining, Oil and Gas Governance: The Pilot Class!

HakiRasilimali and MS TCDC (conveners) have co-created a course that will result in extractive host communities’ ability to push for demand-side driven advocacy agendas, hence influencing sectoral Policies and Practices. A team of subject experts was involved in designing the course curriculum and modules, which were later validated by key stakeholders and trainers. We are […]

Call for applications: Fundamentals of Community led Advocacy in Mining, Oil and Gas Governance

Background The extractive sector in Tanzania and East Africa in general is expanding and projected to be a major contributor to the national economy and rural livelihoods. Despite this potential, the sector experiences a range of challenges including environmental, social, cultural, and human rights which all negatively affect equitable sharing of the benefits accrued from […]