USAID's Investments for Democracy and Governance in Tanzania - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Democracy and Governance spending

FY 2011 $2.3 M

FY 2012 $2.2 M

FY 2013 $1.3 M

FY 2014 $5.3 M

FY 2015 $9.7 M

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USAID'S Democracy and Governance programs in Tanzania increase the capacity of civil society to monitor accountability and transparency in local government.

USAID's Democracy and Governance program in Tanzania work with the Government of Tanzania to:

  • Ensure rule of law and the protection of human rights;
  • Support avenues for government effectiveness and political stability;
  • Support peaceful political competition and negotiation of disputes through democratic and representative political processes; and
  • Provide mediums for citizen engagement with each other and their government.
Ramadhani Mlinga, chief of Tanzania’s Public Procurement Regulatory Authority, is helping to root out corruption in his country.

Ramadhani Mlinga, chief of Tanzania’s Public Procurement Regulatory Authority, is helping to root out corruption in his country.

Aaron Karnell

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