Envaya is actively seeking donations and grants to support and expand the impact of our work. – Your support is essential to achieving our goals and future plans, and we greatly appreciate your contributions. – Contribute to Envaya's efforts to digitally empower grassroots... Read more
End of Year Greetings from the Envaya Team – Seasons’ greetings to all our partners, fellow NGO’s and supporters. It is finally the end of another year and we would like to take a moment to reflect on the achievements and challenges of the year 2012. – This year has marked two consecutive... Read more
Networking and Fundraising Tips for CBOs and NGOs – What makes your Organization a credible NGO? One that's worth funding, respected by the general public and recognized by the government? Here are a few things you may already know, but take for granted, or maybe you just keep putting them off for another day.... Read more
December 4, 2012
Envaya created a Opinions on the Execution of the 2012 Census in Tanzania page.
Tanzania’s fourth national census since independence started on August 26. The exercise is carried out every decade and it is an essential part of national development and establishing the number of Tanzanians in the soul of national development planning. – However, the census has... Read more
October 25, 2012
Envaya created a Involvement of CSOs in ending harmful cultural practices page.
There is a growing awareness in Tanzania of the harm which certain cultural practices have on children, adolescents and women. This awareness is reflected in the emergence of NGOs and CSOs formed to campaign for the abolition of cultural practices that harm women and children. ... Read more
July 4, 2012
Involvement of CSOs in abandoning harmful cultural practices in Tanzania – Tanzania is a country that is extremely rich in traditions and culture, well known to treasure its heritage and pride in cultural practices. Tanzania is a harmonious culture that’s mostly based on a subtle but strong social code of... Read more
July 4, 2012