Nutrition Support

    In addition to education and health support, SATF through implementing partners is providing nutrition support to vulnerable children and communities in a bid to reverse vulnerability caused by lack of basic food nutrients. Majority of SATF target MVC population comes from background characterized by poverty and poor living conditions. SATF promotes programs and projects geared towards addressing food security and largely intending to improve MVC household incomes.

Buhangija Nutritional Porridge Programme

    Established as a pilot program in 2016, the program targeted 100 Most vulnerable children, who are residents at Buhangija center in Shinyanga Municipality. Majority of these children were in desperate need of nutritional value supplemented in to their daily meals. To start with, SATF committed TShs 16.5 million to reverse the severe conditions of malnourishment these MVC faced from poor feeding and albinism. One year after, the program gained momentum and scaled-up to reach 150 beneficiaries with nutritional meal daily. SATF continued to provide funding for the program, and as of 201, TShs 28.2milion was the total value of funding injected to the program.

    • Reports and stories narrated by the children benefitting from the program show a reduction of repeated illnesses, previously caused by poor feeding due to this addition of regular, nutritional meals.


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    • SATF Programme Manager together with students and teachers from Magufuli Primary School during desk distribution ceremony at Chato district in Geita. The desks distribution has been one of the SAFT strategic goal to ensure that the children in schools in Tanzania are able to study well in classes while sitting on desks.
    • 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.