The Management of Judiciary of Tanzania has re-affirmed on continuity and an increase on scope of reforms of the Judiciary. Opening special meeting organized by Reform Team of the Judiciary of Tanzania at Ramada Hotel Resort on Monday, Hon. Hussein A. Kattanga, the Chief Court Administrator of the Judiciary of Tanzania, emphasized on the need for Judicial staff to increase efforts and efficiency on daily performance so as to achieve results ongoing reforms. He assured members of the Management that, negotiations between World Bank and Judiciary of Tanzania is in highest stage on formalization of the project documents. “I sincerely assure you that, our needful reform is in good start and my request to you is to be ready to streamline these processes to the lowest level of the court, I am sure the future is bright’’ he said. “Measures that enhance staff ownership on the reforms should be core to the implementation of the project” he emphasized. The Management of the Judiciary of Tanzania met to discuss among other things, the report and feedback on World Bank Mission in Tanzania, finalization of Strategic Plan, Agreed Actions on Aide-Memoire, the Project Concept Note, and Project Preparation Advance (PPA). The Judiciary of Tanzania has embarked on reforms which will drive towards people centric Judiciary by focusing on the following areas of expanding accessibility of justice by bringing justice closer to the people, increasing efficiency and transparent in justice delivery and promoting change management and institutional coordination.
Hon. Hussein A. Kattanga, The Chief Court Administrator (second right) stresses a point during the Management Meeting organized by the Reform Team held on Monday at Ramada Hotel Resort in Dar es Salaam.