Sunday, April 8, 2012


This Strategy is yet another Strategic Plan of the Law Reform
Commission of Tanzania (LRCT) after its initial Strategic Plan for
three year period of 2003-2006, which was followed by another
Medium Term Strategic Plan for three year period covering the
financial year 2006/2007 to financial year 2008/2009. It is however,
the first plan of the Commission which was developed through the
active participation of a wider spectrum of stakeholders. It covers the
period of 2009-2013 inclusive. The statement reflects the views of
the Commission and Stakeholders on what needs to be done to
maximize the central role and contribution of the Commission in
relation to law reform and to ensure that the organization operates
to optimum efficiency and effectiveness and makes the best use of
available resources.
The statement has been drawn up after extensive consultation
with the members of staff of the Commission and it incorporates a
number of important points made by them during this consultation
process. The emphasis in drawing up the Statement is to ensure that
it had a real meaning for the organization and its staff. It had to
represent the key priorities of the Commission for 2009-2013. It had
to set clear responsibilities and accountabilities for the achievement
of these priorities.

This had to be the most important working document for the
Commission, management and staff; one to which they will constantly
refer to in assessing the performance and development of the
1.1 Mandate of the Law Reform Commission of Tanzania
The Law Reform Commission of Tanzania (LRCT) is a statutory body
established by the Law Reform Commission of Tanzania Act, 1980
(Act. No 11 of 1980), Cap. 171 [R.E. 2002]. The role and mandate of
the Commission under the Act are, to:
a) take and keep under review all the laws of the United Republic
with a view to its systematic development and reform;
b) review any law or branch of law

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