Category Archives: Tanzania

From School Dropouts to Independent Entrepreneurs: A Tale of Three Young Women

THERESIA ASKWAR Theresia was expelled from school when she became pregnant in 2016. While pregnant, [...]

Helping Girls Pursue their Potential in Science & Digital Technology

October 11 marks the annual International Day of the Girl celebration, with the theme for [...]

POY Club Life Skills Enable Student to Avert FGM

February 6 marks the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), part [...]

Gimbi’s Story – Combating Forced Marriage

Gimbi is a Protect Our Youth Club member from Baray Secondary School in Karatu District [...]

Safeguarding children, youth and vulnerable families during the COVID-19 pandemic

  The social and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt in communities [...]

Bantwana Acknowledged at Annual Social Welfare Conference in Tanzania

Bantwana is the technical lead for social welfare on the Community Health and Social Welfare [...]

Bantwana’s Year in Review – 2018

In 2018, we coordinated services for over 300,000 children and their families through 21 programs [...]

Entering a Skilled Girls Force: Day of the Girl

In the small district of Temeke in Tanzania, the beautician sisters’ duo is so high [...]

Vocational Skills Open Opportunities Among Young Mothers in Temeke

Leah, 19 (left) and Irene, 22 (right) are sisters from Tanzania. They both were forced [...]

Building Economic Resilience for Mothers and Caregivers of Adolescent Girls: One Step Forward

Poverty seems like an unexplainable phenomenon in Bashey village of Karatu District in northern Tanzania. [...]