SOCIAL ACTION TRUST FUND (SATF) YAICHANGIA TAASISI YA MOYO JAKAYA KIKWETE (JKCI)....... Read more
THE TRUST RECEIVES A DONATION OF TZS 10MIL
The donation was made by the Trust’s a business Associate from Stanbic bank who was impressed by the works of SATF and thus wanted to be part of the process of changing lives of Most Vulnerable Children in Tanzania.
We are grateful for the donation that will accommodate 15 most vulnerable children to attend six (6) months tailor-made skills development courses. The O level graduates for 2018 in need of vocational training are 92 in numbers. Therefore, this support has assured 16% for a future!
Our call to other Individuals, and corporates to support our cause by contributing towards the support of education projects that will reach out more beneficiaries as indicated on our website. The needs are greater; we need to join hands to lessen the burden.
To our donor, SATF team says thank you!
‘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
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