Radio Tumaini COE

Radio Tumaini COE

Date: June 27, 2013
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Fact file
Country Tanzania
Media House Radio Tumaini
Baseline Score 82
Latest Score
Proportion of women sources
Gender Policy No
Joined the COE programme
Summit No

Tumaini media is owned by the Catholic Church in Dar er Salaam. It runs namely Radio Tumaini, Tumaini Television and Tumaini Letu newspaper. Radio Tumaini was the first private radio in Tanzania. It began its operation in February, 1994. It started broadcasting 24 hours in February 1997. The main language used is Kiswahili. Tumaini Television is a non-profit community television station. It launched its official start on television in 2009. Tumaini Letu is a Friday weekly newspaper that is published in Swahili. The Tumaini Media has so far done well in disseminating religious and social information, educating and promoting effective dialogue on peace and reconciliation, and has actively engaged itself in sensitizing the Tanzanian community on the health problems, like the AIDS pandemic among others. Read Institutional profile.

COE Report card
Stage Description Date Outputs
I Meetings and adoption of COE concept
II Situational analysis November 2011 Report
III Inception workshop March 2011 Report
IV Policy drafting March 2011 Report
V Adoption
VI Opinion and commentary 27 March 2012 Report
VII Understanding the context
Media Management and editing
Constitutional and legal rights and governance
Climate change and sustainable development
Education and training
Productive resources, employment and economic resources
Gender Based Violence
Health and HIV and AIDS
Peace building
VIII Self monitoring March 2013
IX External monitoring and evaluation February 2013 Institutional profile
X Summit March 2013 Report


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