KAULI MBIU YA SIKU YA MTOTO WA AFRIKA MWAKA 2018

        ''Kuelekea Uchumi wa Viwanda; Tusimwache mtoto nyuma''
20 Years of Transforming lives of Vulnerable Children in Tanzania
SOCIAL ACTION TRUST FUND (SATF) YAICHANGIA TAASISI YA MOYO JAKAYA KIKWETE (JKCI)....... Read more

LAUNCHING A NEW PROJECT-BINTI NADHIFU

    The Trust is about to launch a project which will complement its existing Education project. This is in favour of our female beneficiaries who are in need of sanitary pads. This is an essential need but most girls fail to have safe /hygienic sanitary pads during their menstrual days thus put in danger of contracting /getting life threatening diseases such as cervical cancer. The project was initated in April 2018. May 28, each year is the designated International Menstrual Hygiene Day (also known as Menstrual Health Day, MH Day, or simply MHD). The Fifth month(May) represent 5 days on average of the Menstrual days and 28 marks the average 28 days of Menstrual cycle.

    On 28th May 2018, SATF has joined advocates of Menstrual Hygiene Management in Tanzania by attending a workshop organized by Civil Society organizations in Dodoma. The workshop was attended by Members of parliament, Government representatives, NGOs-Local & International, Journalists and corporates. Among other things, the participants discussed on enabling the sanitary pads available at affordable prices by eliminating taxes and to cast away the attitude of making these discussions a taboo i.e breaking the boundaries.



    The global theme of Menstrual Hygiene Day this year is "#NoMoreLimits – Empowering Women and Girls Through Good Menstrual Hygiene. With these facts, SATF therefore is on the right direction in introducing the Binti Nadhifu which will support 550 of its education female beneficiaries its first year of implementation and expected to scale up in future.



    SATF through Binti Nadhifu is joining hands with other stakeholders advocating for the availability of sanitary pads to girls in schools, as well as the right knowledge on usage. With current advocacy impetus and positive gesture from the policy-makers, i.e. the legislature and the likes, we believe that with these initiative women get access to these female-based life necessities.

‘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

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EDUCATION PROGRAM

MKUBWA PROJECT
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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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COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT

TDU
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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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CHILD PROTECTION

CSDP
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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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HEALTH

MBOGA MBOGA PROJECT
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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

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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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