The fifth-phase government will continue to play a pivotal role in the fight against violence on children and women, participants to the national dialogue on ending violence on children and women in Tanzania heard recently.

The dialogue jointly organized by the Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE), C-Sema and CDF was officiated by the Prime Minister (PM), Hon. Kassim Majaliwa Kassim.

Hon. Kassim Majaliwa Kassim said that the national dialogue at DUCE was an opportune since the government has already put in place strategies to end violence on children and women in the country.

The Premier further said that the government will continue to work on the findings which reflect the real situation and take relevant measures for redress. ‘We the government will follow up on your findings and suggestions on how to end violence in order to build violence free society,’ he explained amid applauses.

Presenters during this dialogue included academicians, researchers, and activists who presented findings in several topics related to cyber-bullying, bringing children in the current digital world, child marriages, Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), gender based home violence and violence in schools; among others.

The Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa Kassim (MP), shaking hands with the Vice Chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam, Prof. William A.L. Anangisye, during his arrival at DUCE.
The speech by the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa Kassim (MP). In the speech the Premier outlined government strategies to end all forms of violence on children and women
The Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa Kassim (MP) and the Vice Chancellor of UDSM, Prof. William A.L. Anangisye, after the offical opening of the national dialogue