‘Productive members of the society emerging from transformed MVC’

To support MVC to attain their full potentials through provision of basic services in collaboration with Government, CBO’s and other Development partners

SATF is a Trust, dedicated to support Most Vulnerable Children and address the impact resulted by HIV and AIDS and poverty in Tanzania

MKUBWA PROJECT
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EDUCATION PROGRAM

SATF Education program is the key program within the Fund since its inception in 1998 where it has been supporting MVC to access education. SATF has been benefiting Most Vulnerable Children to access primary,
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TDU
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HOUSEHOLD ECONOMIC STRENGTHENING

This project intends to empower MVC care givers and community members to be able to take care of growing numbers of MVC sustainably. Currently, Read More
CSDP
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CHILD PROTECTION

This program aims to advocate for children rights at all levels from grassroots to national level. SATF has worked with TAWIFI in Handeni district, Tanga region and
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MBOGA MBOGA PROJECT
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HEALTH

Under the Health Program support the portfolio handles sexual reproductive health Education and community Health Fund Programs, we work together with...
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What's new

  • Launching a new Project-BINTI NADHIFU; Read more
  • Sanitary pads Tax scrap. A positive move; Read more
  • SATF donates office equipments to Msimbazi Secondary School, Dar es Salaam; Read more
  • The Trust receives a donation of TZS. 10Mil; Read more
  • Changing our working model; Read more

Achievements

In 2016, 1,586 out of 1,683 targeted MVC were supported through education grants disbursed to our 19-implementing partners. 28 Form 4 graduates in 2016 scored first to third division in their ordinary level secondary education exams,

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Field works

KIOTA House

News & Stories

  • Born 30 years ago, Abasi Muhidini Saidi is among those few who have changed the myth that, “disability is inability”. He is the oldest son and inherently blind lives with his mother and father who are also bind in Kiziwa Village, Kiroka Ward in rural Morogoro. Unfortunately, Abasi`s family of five members has unique and somewhat appalling history one would probably tremble to hear. Except two siblings, the rest experience blindness condition. READ MORE +
  • Chilala FDC students listening attentively to the SATF Information technology and Maintenance officer on the technical ways of solar system installation which were given as gift from SATF to the FDC centre of Chilala in Lindi.
  • SATF Programme manager Mr Massue together with Ms Alice inspecting unto the nutrition ingredients which are used to produce nutrition porridge to the SATF children beneficiaries in Buhangija centre in Shinyanga.

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