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Workplace HIV/AIDS Policy

In light of the severity of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Tanzania, CELG maintains an HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy to guide worksite interventions for its staff. This policy contains general principles regarding prevention, treatment, support and care. It complements the existing policies, regulations, or laws of the organization.

In order to improve the internal management workforce’s healthcare, the policy is also in line with the Tanzania HIV/AIDS policy. CELG’s HIV/AIDS policy does not, however, vest any legal rights or benefits for staff or any person against the organization in relation to HIV/AIDS incidences.

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Internship Programme

CELG pursues the supreme objective of promoting a well governed society whose rights are respected and protected, and to achieve this goal it places emphasis on capacity enhancement, rights advocacy and policy engagement through working in partnership with communities.

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Legal Aid

The National Environment Policy in Tanzania encourages development that is sustainable, and that respects present and future needs for a healthy environment. Protection of the environment and rights requires a justice system that reacts to illegal violations.

In Tanzania, laws and policies do exist to ensure rights to a healthy environment, and access to courts to protect these rights. Enforcement, however, is lacking. And those most vulnerable are often left without the awareness and resources necessary for justice.

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