Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

    SATF has introduced Adolescent and Reproductive Health project branded as “Binti Simama Imara (BSI) to complement SATF Education program in five piloting Secondary schools in Dodoma Municipality.

    The projects’ main objective is to reduce school dropout due to teenage pregnancies by empowering young girls on life skills and knowledge on Adolescent Sexual and reproductive health including HIV and AIDS. Key interventions under this project includes; Training to selected school teachers as T.O.Ts who in turn facilitates peer education training to selected in school youth. Using trained peer educators to reach their fellow students with key messages on ASRH and HIV and AIDS through health talks. Establishing school health clubs which acts as fora for in school youth to meet and discuss issues and concerns related to SRH and HIV and AIDS, dissemination of relevant IEC materials and guardians/parents involvement.
  • Twenty (20) Teachers have been trained as Trainers of Trainee (TOTs) but also saving as Matron and Patrons for school health clubs;
  • Eighty (80) selected students have been trained as Peer Educators and 80 clubs have been established in schools to act as the fora for students to meet and discuss freely their challenges related to Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Through peer education program a total number of 3,231 out of 2,100 the planned target was reached with key behavior change messages through one on one and group peer education sessions “health talks” and Inter school debates since the project inception.
  • Established referral linkages for health and non-health services (Legal aids, psychosocial support etc.), through which Peer Educators refers their members peers to secure for different services as per need basis.

  • In 2016 our 10 IPS received a grand amounting TZS 14 million that gave access to medical care at CHF designed health centers to more than 780 of our beneficiaries. One CHF card offered 5 members access to medical care in a household. The fund also set aside TZS 16.5 million for Buhangija nutrition porridge was another milestone success to our Beneficiaries in Buhangija Centre in Shinyanga municipality, the programme fed about 150 beneficiaries who were in dire need of nutrition value addition in their daily meals

Community Health Fund (CHF)

    This is a new type of intervention to be wholly supported by SATF resources by enabling the vulnerable groups to access primary health care services through Community Health Fund (CHF) insurance scheme under CHF project. The project intends to increase access to health care services among Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) under SATF support and their family members in Lindi and Mtwara regions by January 2015. A rapid assessment has been done in respective districts; currently plans are underway to sign contracts with districts ready for takeoff.

    By 2016, In addition to the number of MVC covered, the grant cumulatively enabled 3,120 out if 3412 MVC caretakers to access the health care services. One CHF card offered 5 members access to medical care in a household, this is the standard to the CHF scheme.

    IPs administering this CHF programs currently are TIKVAH, FPCT, HWG(Dodoma); JEUMA, SAFINA (Njombe); HWF, NAWODA, LISAWE(Lindi); FAWOPA(Mtwara); USHIVIMWA (Coast), HUMULIZA, KARADEA and ST. MARIAGORETH (Kagera), MUVUMA (Shinyanga), AOPN (Mwanza) and NEREFO (Morogoro).


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SATF through implementing partners support a range of educational projects for vulnerable children and young people in Tanzania who ...
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This project intends to empower MVC care givers and community members to be able to take care of growing numbers of MVC sustainably. Currently,
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This program aims to advocate for children rights at all levels from grassroots to national level. SATF has worked with TAWFI in Handeni district, Tanga region and
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