By Azania Post Reporter
THE Tanzania Association of Women Certified Accountants (TAWCA) has started to work on various challenges facing her members in their daily lives that would enable them progress in various careers.
The association Chairperson, Bahati Gauzye, said they understand the social economic challenges that members face in their daily lives as women accountants and auditors.
“For the first time, we got an opportunity to discuss issues of common interest favoring us and look forward to ensure we really advance and progress in our careers whether in audit, finance or accounting roles and climb to senior positions within our organizations,” Gauzye told Azania in a telephone interview.
She thanked founding members and ordinary members for their support to ensure the association succeed since it has been launched two years ago.
She said the association has been represented in various events that aimed at inspiring and encourage young female and male women who study accountancy courses and other disciplines to sit for accountancy professional examinations
According to her, recently networking event with the theme: “Opportunity and Challenges for women Accountants in Tanzania” was achieved due to a good cooperation and support from members.
She said the association organized events included a visit to orphanage centers, participation in women’s day celebrations and accounting day which was held in Dar es Salaam early this year.
TAWCA was formed in 2015 with support of the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) , currently the association has a total of 130 registered members from private and public institutions as well as Non-governmental Organisations.