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We look forward to having you join us in our new endeavors in this space.A few weeks back I saw a notice for the St John’s University Women’s Group while I was walking on campus.Their stories were presented at the launch by some of the Shujaaz Tz team.Feedback from the launch suggests these insights into the lives of young people in Tanzania were a real highlight. I have been living in the ghetto since I was 12 years old after running away from home.
We’ll also be working to launch other dedicated platforms in this space, and we are currently exploring themes of maternal, sexual and reproductive health, as well as gender-based violence.
She’s a lawyer and this was my first experience of seeing her in her professional role, rather than wrangling her 3 small children.
She was very impressive and clearly passionate about the topic, which was women’s rights in relation to marriage, particularly to do with wealth. There are several types of marriage in Tanzania: monogamous, polygamous, and ‘potentially polygamous’. You can be married in a Christian, Muslim, traditional or government (secular) ceremony.
However, many women find that in the case of divorce and especially death, their life and wealth are quickly taken over by the male inheritor with little consultation or regard for her wishes.
The presenter gave a number of ‘back up’ suggestions and comments about how to be ‘on the safe side’.
Also, if you’ve lived together with your partner for 2 years and there are witnesses to this (such as neighbours), this is counted as defacto marriage.