About the Programme
The AcT programme is wholly funded by the UKaid from the Department for International Development (DFID). It is managed by KPMG on behalf of DFID.
AcT is committed to transparency in how it operates. Our grant-making criteria and funding limits are available on the page: Become a CSO Partner.
The objectives of the AcT Programme
Our ultimate aim is to support Tanzania in its work to reduce poverty and achieve the Millennium Development Goals. We will contribute to that work by supporting Tanzanians in making their government more accountable and responsive to the needs of its citizens.
These goals will only come about through significant changes in power relations in Tanzanian society. This is why a vibrant civil society willing to work in partnership with government and willing to challenge government is needed.
We support CSOs whose objectives align with those of the AcT Programme:
- enabling ordinary people to gain access to and use information that will widen their choices and make governance more transparent;
- supporting citizen’s demand for a role in making the decisions that affect their lives;
- monitoring how government delivers on their commitments; and,
- learning about what works and does not work in making government more transparent and accountable.
For details on how we seek to achieve these aims, see AcT’s Approach.
If you are interested in finding out more about AcT please feel free to contact us: email@example.com
|The new UK government is committed to greater accountability in the delivery of services to the British people believing that will drive standards up. It is committed to similar transparency in the use of the UK development budget.|