CSO partners in implementing community Nutrition and livelihood interventions under the Lishe Endelevu activity aimed at Improving Nutrition status of women of reproductive age, children under five and adolescents
A Tanzanian activist Rebeca Gyumi wins the UN Human Rights Prize. Rebeca who is 31 years of age has made a huge overturn on Tanzania Law of Child marriage that allowed girls as young as 14 years of age to marry.
The teaching environment in Tanzania has changed, teachers are required to apply innovative techniques in delivering their sessions.
Save the Children is implementing Afya Bora Project through integrated Reproductive and Child Health Program (Collaborating Health Promotion and Health Education Unit) in 10 targeted districts in Unguja and Pemba in Tanzania.
Save the Children is among Africa’s largest children’s organisations that has launched Action on Violence Against Children (AVAC), a campaign to build public awareness, and galvanise political will and resources around the staggering incidence and impact of abuse and violence against children which is supported by Kenyan band Sauti Sol, South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Kenyan newscaster Janet Mbugua
--UNICEF “We the People” media hub launch, attended by General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon and other world leaders. It is designed to be “a dynamic space intended to help bring world leaders together with their constituents, especially the children and youth of the world, who will be carrying out the new agenda”
In Tanzania, breastfeeding week was commemorated in Dodoma at the national level however Shinyanga and Lindi hosted such event for the first time ever. Commemorations kicked off on 1st August and culminated on the 7th of August in Kishapu District council.
DECEMBER 2013. PREPARED FOR MAISHA PROGRAMME BY NYINISAELI K. PALLANGYO