Growing Giving in Tanzania

It is a pleasure to present CAF's in depth report into Tanzania's rich giving culture. This important piece of work was borne of our desire, alongside our partners here and abroad, to both identify the roadblocks and the opportunities to growing individual charitable giving.

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Key findings from the research

Tanzania map outline with text saying 97% of people gave money to any group of individuals in the last 12 months
  • Tanzanians value civil society organisations and their impact, viewing their work as effective in solving existing problems and aligned with local community needs
  • Inflexible foreign aid and competition around resources are challenges for CSOs’ income
  • Cash payments remain the most popular way to give, but mobile payment services are also widely used

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