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Tanzania

World Education began operations in Northern Tanzania with the launch of the USAID/PEPFAR-funded Pamoja Tuwalee project in 2010, part of World Education’s Bantwana Initiative.

Although there are weaknesses in the Government of Tanzania structures at all levels, World Education identified the northern zone as a high area of need because of its weak infrastructure, chronic human-resource gaps, and a dearth of services in rural communities where more than 80% of the population resides. More than 220,000 of the most-vulnerable children (MVC)—the majority of whom are adolescents aged 15-17 years old—live in the north.

World Education collaborates with local organizations, community groups, and the government of Tanzania to improve the quality of life of these children and their households.
 

Featured Projects

View details: Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Together to End Violence against Women (TEVAW) is a research project providing insights on effective approaches for intimate partner violence prevention.

View details: Tanzania Community Health and Social Welfare System Strengthening Program (CHSSP)

Tanzania Community Health and Social Welfare System Strengthening Program (CHSSP)

World Education is working with the Government of Tanzania to expand the social welfare workforce with a special emphasis on communities.

View details: Pamoja Tuwalee

Pamoja Tuwalee

The Bantwana Initiative’s Pamoja Tuwalee program develops an integrated child protection and service delivery network for vulnerable children and families in Tanzania.

 

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