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|Tanzania Private Sector Foundation
Type: Industry Institution
Category: Associate Member
Head Name: Dr. Reginald Mengi (Chairman)
Email: email@example.com | website: www.tpsftz.org
Tanzania Private Sector Foundation was formally incorporated under the Companies Act (Cap 212) on 4th November 1998. It was established as a company limited by guarantee in order to promote private sector-led social and economic development in Tanzania and specifically it is aiming to carry out the following functions:
- Providing member organizations with services they value;
- Understanding and representing their common interest; and
- Engage the Government in effective advocacy and lobbying.
To be an effective apex private sector organization, providing focal point for private sector- led approaches to Tanzania’s economic and social transformation.
To function as an apex and focal private sector organization in Tanzania by promoting private sector development as well as effective engagement with Government of Tanzania and other stakeholders in matters of development policy and in the provision of services to members.
Tanzania Private Sector Foundation exists to advocate and seek change in public policy in order to promote a better business environment. TPSF’s main objective is to provide a national platform through which the business community can present their concerns at the TNBC policy forums, with the overall aim of creating a more conducive business environment through targeted policy reforms. TPSF also work towards promoting private sector’s national, regional & global competitiveness in trade and investment.