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National Commemoration of Zero Discrimination Day in Dodoma

During the national commemoration of Zero Discrimination Day held in Dodoma, the Deputy Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office for Policy, Parliamentary Affairs, and Coordination, Hon. Ummy Nderiananga, called on the community to avoid discriminatory and stigmatizing behaviors to build a strong nation. These celebrations, which take place every year on March 1st, were attended by various government officials and civil society organizations.

The event’s theme, “Strengthen Systems, Improve Enabling Environments,” underscores the importance of creating supportive and inclusive systems to combat discrimination and stigma. The occasion saw active participation from key stakeholders including @usaid, @tacaidsinfo, @unaidsglobal, @owm_tz, and the Ministry of Health.

Hon. Ummy Nderiananga emphasized the need for collective efforts to eliminate discrimination and ensure an environment where everyone, regardless of their status, can thrive. The event highlighted the ongoing commitment of various organizations and the government to foster an inclusive and supportive community.

#ZeroDiscriminationDay #EndDiscriminationNow #StrongerSystemsBetterEnvironments

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