On 5-7 November 2019, Global March Against Child Labour in collaboration with ANPPCAN Tanzania organised a capacity building and experience sharing workshop for its East African Global March members in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. The workshop saw participation from 6 members of trade unions and child rights organisations from Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Tanzania as well as Ghana. The interactive and participatory workshop gave opportunity to the participants to share their experiences on their advocacy strategies against child labour, area based approaches to end child labour at grassroot level and discussed challenges faced by them in their day to day work. Global March Against Child Labour secretariat staff introduced some concepts on gender and child labour, corporate responsibility, child labour in supply chains, regional and national advocacy opportunities to tap as well as possible solutions to end child labour at national and regional level. The meeting concluded with identifying common challenges and common strategies to be adopted for achieving SDG target 8.7.