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Monday 6 August 2018

EMPOWERING TEACHERS TO DELIVER HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION IN TANZANIA

The teaching environment in Tanzania has changed, teachers are required to apply innovative techniques in delivering their sessions.

Monday 6 August 2018

Afya Bora Project improves maternal and new-born health in Tanzania

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.

Thursday 19 July 2018

ECHO project LAUNCHED to ENSURE Burundian refugees in NDUTA, MTENDELI AND NYARUGUSU refugee camps ACCESS LIFESAVING protection and education services

ECHO is funding a consortium (Plan International Tanzania, Save the Children International and International Rescue Committee) to ensure that Burundian refugees access lifesaving protection and education services in refugee camps in Nduta, Mtendeli and Nyarugusu camps in Tanzania.

Friday 10 March 2017

Save the Children Tanzania Celebrates Women's Day

It happens, the Save the Children Tanzania office women decided to show solidarity, commitment and enthusiasm for change by dressing all in white during the IWD 2017.

Friday 20 November 2015

Stars join children’s organisations to launch campaign of violence against children across Africa

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

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