The following traits or qualities representing TCDD highest priorities and deeply-held driving forces for TCDD work.
Freedom from an unsustainable debt burden and abject poverty, characterized by pro-poor people-centred development based on full participation of the people in policy-making,
Being a civil society platform committed to capacity building and mobilization for lobbying and advocacy for economic justice and pro-poor development.
Our Permanent Members
The TEC consists of the following institutions: the Plenary Assembly, the Permanent Council, the Secretary-General, eight departments, three research units, eight commissions.
The National Muslim Council of Tanzania (BAKWATA) is a well-established faith-based Islamic organization registered since 1968 and a premier Muslim umbrella organization recognized in Tanzania and International.
The Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) is the conference of bishops of the Roman Catholic Church in Tanzania. Founded in 1956, the Episcopal Conference was officially recognized by the government in 1957.
The Christian Council of Tanzania is a Christian ecumenical organization founded in Tanzania in 1964. It is a member of the World Council of Churches, the Fellowship of Christian Councils […]
MIAKA 20 YA TCDD “UKOPAJI WA UWAJIBIKAJI”
TCDD conduct its 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 12th May 2023 in Dodoma. Among the duties of AGM is to receive and approve resolutions. This year AGM approve TCDD […]
INTRODUCTION Tanzania Coalition on Debt and Development (TCDD) had organized and conducted a dialogue between CSOs and Key social Enterprise Actors in Tanzania. The activity took place on 25th November, […]
The 2011 Busan High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF4) marked a landmark for a new and a more inclusive arena for civil society engagement worldwide and Tanzania in particular. […]