HakiRasilimali and MS-TCDC (conveners) have co-created a course that will result in the ability of extractive host communities to push for demand side driven advocacy agendas hence influencing sector Policies and Practices. A team of subject experts were involved in designing the draft course curriculum and modules, which was later
validated by key stakeholders and trainers.


HakiRasilimali is a platform of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) incorporated as a Non-Governmental Organisation, working on strategic issues around minerals, oil and gas extraction in Tanzania.

The coalition emerged from an online “Knowledge Community of Practitioners” in the extractive industries in 2010 to its current status as a joint learning and advocacy platform. The group started engaging in extractive advocacy in an ad-hoc manner, albeit some successes. Taking into account the lessons learnt since 2010, the group envisages to utilize the available potential to become more effective in influencing extractive industries related policies, laws and practices within the country; by adopting a more strategic and proactive approach.

You can read more about HakiRasilimali through her website. HakiRasilimali is also affiliated to Publish What You Pay (PWYP), the only global movement working to ensure that revenues from oil, gas and mining help improve peoples’ lives. With more than 1000 member organisations and 51 national coalitions, we campaign for an open and accountable extractive sector. Our shared vision is a world where everyone benefits from their natural resources – today and tomorrow (website).

We have secured important core members namely; Action for Democracy and Local Governance (ADLG), Governance and Economic Policy Centre (GEPC), Governance Links, HakiMadini, Oil and Gas Environmental Alliance (ONGEA), Policy Forum, Tanganyika Law Society, Legal and Human Rights Centre, Business and Human Rights Centre, National Union for Miners and Energy Workers in Tanzania (NUMET), Lawyers’ Environmental Action Team (LEAT) and Lindi Network of NGOs (LANGO).


MS TCDC is Training Center for Development Cooperation in East and Southern Africa, situated in Arusha, Tanzania. The Centre was founded in 1967 on the basis of a bilateral agreement between the governments of Denmark and Tanzania.

TCDC offers technical assistance and capacity building programs for the state and non-state actors in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Arab regions to enhance their ability to influence democratic governance, equitable, sustainable and transformative change on the continent. As a training institution, TCDC offers: Academic programs, Short courses, Tailor-made trainings, and Swahili language training and cultural orientation.

Other services offered are: Advisory and consultancy, conference facilities and accommodation.