HakiMadini | http://www.hakimadini.org/
Hakimadini a non-profit-making organization established in Tanzania in 2001 as an activist group for artisanal mineworkers. Hakimadini has developed over time as a strong representative body for small scale mining communities and envisages a just fair and transparent mineral resource use, control and management in Tanzania. Hakimadini links grassroots extractive sector realities with national, regional and international policy processes to advocate for economic and social rights within an accountable and transparent extractive industry for the benefit of the larger community. Hakimadini is also active in the Tanzanian constitution review process, electoral civic education and is active in the Districts of Karogwe, Simanjiro, Geita, Bahi, Manyoni, Kilindi and Chunya.


CEDESOTA is a non- profit making organisation established in 2006 with the aim of improving people’s livelihood through better utilization of resources, improving human health, education, climate change adaptation and advocacy for women and children rights including people living with HIV/AIDS. CEDESOTA which operates in several Districts in North and North Western Tanzanian (Meru, Kilindi) envisions a community that is transformed with ability to self – assessment, addressing critical societal issues and utilizing available opportunities to improve social and economic development.


Caritas is a development organization under the Archdiocese of Songea in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania working with urban and rural poor communities in the Archdiocese. Caritas works in partnership with local organizations through providing capacity trainings, awareness creation, fundraising, research and advocacy and; other ways of technical provision to support their effectiveness in facilitating communities utilize their resources to meet their basic needs. Caritas programmes are implemented in Ruvuma region (Songea and Namtumbo districts)


CESOPE | http://www.cesopetz.org
CESOPE is a civil society organisation established in 2009. The organisation aims to promote sustainable utilization of natural resources, support ecological environmental management and contribute in the fight against poverty. Currently, CESOPE is running a vigorous campaign against plans of uranium mining in central Tanzania, working with uranium mining affected communities (Bahi, Manyoni and Kondoa Districts) to actively participate and defend their interests in natural resource governance processes at various levels.


Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) | http://www.humanrights.or.tz
The Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) is a private, autonomous, voluntary non-governmental, non-partisan and non-profit organization envisioning a just and equitable society. It has a mission of empowering the people of Tanzania, so as to promote, reinforce and safeguard human rights and good governance in the country.  The broad objective is to create legal and human rights awareness among the public and in particular the underprivileged section of society through legal and civic education, advocacy linked with legal aid provision, research and human rights monitoring.


Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement (TOAM)
TOAM is a member-based national umbrella organization registered in June 2005 and the organisation envisages a vibrant, sustainable, and mutually beneficial organic sector in Tanzania. TOAM, a member of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) works with farmer associations and cooperatives, NGOs, organic operators, research and trainers through providing coordination, facilitation and training, information to organic sector stakeholders in Tanzania.


Forum CC | http://www.forumcc.org
Forum CC – also known as the Tanzanian Civil Society Forum on Climate Change –is an association of civil society organisations, established in 2008, committed to work on climate change in their own programmes as well as through advocacy. The aim of Forum CC is to facilitate effective and informed engagement of Civil Society Organisations in Tanzania on Climate Change issues, supporting effective coordination and information sharing among CSOs in Tanzania on climate change issues. The Forum CC is also strengthening capacity of civil society in Tanzania to respond to climate change in their programme and advocacy work. Currently, Forum CC is implementing a programme entitled Responsible Actions and Financing for Climate Change (RAFIC) which aims at Enhancing transparency and mobilization of climate change finance for effective adaptation in Tanzania.


Nyerere Resource Centre (NRC) | http://www.costech.or.tz
The Nyerere Resource Centre (NRC) was established in 2014 in Dar es Salaam as a semi-autonomous body under the umbrella of the Tanzanian Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH). The objectives for establishing the NRC are to document the biography of President Mwalimu Nyerere, to store and make available resources generated by the biography project for reading and researches and provide a forum for brainstorming and strategic thinking on fundamental issues of development through lectures, seminars, workshops, symposia and occasional publications.