Tanzania Alumni Project

Young people are sharing their stories on how they have been able to reach their potentials and use their skills to make a sustainable living.

COVID-19 response

Young people responding to COVID-19 in Tanzania COVID-19 is set to have a big impact on people in Tanzania. This document outlines how we will support young people to lead the response in their communities.

Tanzania Annual Report

We are in an era of global peak youth, where we are witnessing the fastest growing youth population in history, and Tanzania is not exempt from this trend. Tanzania’s population is among the youngest in the world, with over 10 million people between the ages of 15 and 24, and a median age of 17 …

Tutimize Ahadi

Helping young people to monitor, inform and influence the Tanzanian government and other development actors, to make good on their commitments to achieve gender equality by 2030 (SDG5). Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in three regions Dodoma, Iringa, and Ruvuma.

Mabinti Tushike Hatamu (MTH)

Reducing the vulnerability of out of school adolescent girls to HIV and AIDS, unplanned pregnancy, gender-based violence, and child marriage by providing training on sexual health and rights, making livelihoods and reclaiming their agency and confidence.

Youth Power Solidarity Meetups

Over the past four months, as an expression of solidarity and youth power, the youth power panel have been bringing young people together from all over the world, to connect and share ideas around COVID-19. The idea is to support young people to meet with others around the world – others they wouldn’t typically have …