16 Feb 2016
Hurumia is a not-for-profit, charitable, community based organization registered with the government of Tanzania. They have 25 volunteers, 15 members and no paid employees. They were founded in 2007.
They have identified a range of international stakeholders particularly in the UK and USA and organisations that support their work albeit on a small scale.
They particularly work to:
- Improve the health of women, young girls and children in different areas particularly in fighting poverty.
- Support HIV/AIDS afflicted widows, help women, young females and their children to live healthy lives, and meet their basic needs.
- Facilitate positive environmental change, and improve water and sanitation conditions.
- Advocate and work together with local community groups and government to reduce sexual harassment.
Create a resource centre for information dissemination and capacity building.
Universal Ministry of Africa (UMOA)
World Vision Tanzania engages donors, sponsors and other stakeholders to join us in improving the well-being of children and helping to transform the lives of communities.
WVT operates in 13 regions. We implement our activities through Area Development Programs (ADPs) as an entry point within the targeted communities. Presently, we have 55 ADPs. World Vision Tanzania works with communities in several regions: Kilimanjaro, Manyara, Arusha, Tanga, Morogoro, Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Singida, Morogoro, Shinyanga, Tabora and Kagera.
Under the health, nutrition and WASH program, WVT collaborates with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and other key partners to strengthen maternal new-born and child health, nutrition and WASH systems for the well-being of children and empowers households and communities to sustainably access and use these structures by 2020
Future Warriors Project