We the members of Tanzanian Diaspora in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, in order to form a more perfect unity, first and foremost we will focus to serve and protect the interests and well-being of the Tanzanian diaspora living abroad, while promoting country’s investment potential which are important, but they should not overshadow diaspora interest to harness, protect and maintain their (jos soli/jus sanguinis) birth right either in Land ownership and citizenship.
To achieve our mutual goals, interests and objectives, we, shall support each other towards meaningful dialogues, processes respecting historical avenues and considerations with all levels of governance of the United Republic of Tanzania and The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar while proudly respecting and recognizing Tanzania as our motherland.
We, further expanding and enhancing good relations, cooperation in cultural, social activities and all matters affecting Tanzanian living in the Diaspora by Lobbying, propose Diaspora Policy and changes of different Laws without affecting the protection of motherland resources, National Security and Unity, but rather engaging in providing solutions’ by contributing and investing in the Economic development of our Motherland, to ourselves and posterity.
Empower and support Tanzanian people in awareness , advocacy of community cohesion and mobilization, that viably contribute to socio-economic development, while promoting, expanding and enhancing good relations and cooperation as above, We, hereby, do ordain and establish this Constitution, bye laws, rules, regulations and code of conducts for the Tanzanian living in the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
To become a reputable effective community, Charity organisation in promoting cultural, environmental protection and enhancement of socio-economic development for the welfare and benefits of Tanzanian living in the United Kingdom of Great Britain
Tanzania Diaspora Community in the UK, “TZUK” is non-religious, non-political, non-gender or tribe and a non-profit organisation and shall be democratic in nature. The organisation shall liaise with or work in close co-operation with other entities, groups with similar interest, goals and focus; while maintaining autonomy as an independent entity.
The organisation ultimate goal is to contribute towards members’ efforts, aimed at improving quality of individual life, relationships and cooperation as stated above but also in case of bereavement of immediate family members ,the organisation, may solicit family life insurance to its member’s through a third party insurer, among Tanzanians living in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, this will be clarified in the organisation, Life insurance policy from reputed insurance company in the United Kingdom, and offered through the organisation at discounted price with great incentives or through monthly subscription from its members the organisation will invest on those functions amongst other for the benefit of its members and the community. Clarified in bylaws.