Child Protection

Tuesday 29 December 2020

Ensuring Every Child is Protected in Zanzibar

Despite strides by the government and stakeholders to eradicate violence, there are still many children in Tanzania who report experiencing violence and abuse; many of them failing to receive immediate support. 

According to government statistics collected from the police, about 1,091 abuse and violence- related incidents were reported to various police stations in Unguja and Pemba in 2017/2018, compared to 2,449 incidents that were reported in 2016/2017. 

Wednesday 18 December 2019

Ending Child Marriage in Tanzania: Pursuing the distant but non-elusive dream

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.

Wednesday 28 October 2015

UNGA70 The Overview of Events: September 20th to September 27th 2015

--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”

Wednesday 12 August 2015

“World Day against trafficking in person”

Save the Children through an European Union/UNICEF funded project collaborated with IOM Tanzania to conduct a 1 day training on human trafficking held at Vigimark Hotel in Shinyanga Municipal.