Did you Know There are nearly a total of 8,316 NGOS registered at different levels in the country as of July 2017, these NGOs cut across different issues such as Health, Education, environment, gender, agriculture, good governance and human rights with others on the focus on the special groups of people such as elderly people, people with disabilities, women and children. Says Sihaba Nkinga the permanent secret in the Ministry of Community Development Gender, the Elderly and Children as published by The Guardian newspaper of 22 August 2017 and reported by P. Machira
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- Did you Know There are nearly a total of 8,316 NGOS registered at different levels in the country as of July 2017, these NGOs cut across different issues such as Health, Education, environment, gender, agriculture,
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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.
NGOs verificationThis is going hand in hand with the Ngo verification Sihaba Nkinga the permanent secret in the Ministry of Community Development Gender, the Elderly and Children speaking during the launch of this verification process, this verification process will start from the Zonal level of which the process requires the NGOs to submit original copies and photocopies of their registration certificates, a dully filled NGO form (UHK/2017) and he receipts or bank slips of annual membership fee payment since being registered, copy of their constitution certified by the registrar of NGOs and a letter from their regional district or municipal development officer confirming the existence of the organization. The deadline for this exercise is expected to be end of September, 2017.Source: The Guardian Newspaper Tuesday 22nd, August,2017.
SATF strategic plan 2018-2022From 2013-2017 the Trust has been operating under the strategic plan which is due this year, in these five years the trust has experience tremendous expansion in its program and resources mobilization, investment, human resources and communication & publicity. We remain committed to our mission of supporting vulnerable children to attain their full potentials through the provision of basic services. As we look forward for the new strategic plan, we delighted to see our main goal being realized in the most significant ways.
‘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
Collaborative, Accountable, Innovative, Cost effective, An agent of social change, Teamwork, Commitment to excellence, Passion and Mutual respect
SATF through implementing partners support a range of educational projects for vulnerable children and young people in Tanzania who ...
This project intends to empower MVC care givers and community members to be able to take care of growing numbers of MVC sustainably. Currently,
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