OUR PROJECTS

Bonga was created to challenge the perception that girls are an economic burden and teach the girls ways to combat the negative consequences of poverty and oppressive cultural practices. Basic literacy and numeracy skills, life and occupational skills are imparted unto these girls through a 9 months period empowering them to be responsible citizens and making a contribution towards the development of their communities.

BONGA GIRLS EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM

 We strive to boost financial literacy among the poor so that they can make informed decisions regarding their saving, investment and spending patterns.

COMMUNITY MANAGED SAVING GROUPS (CMSG)

The number of young people in East Africa who have missed the opportunity of primary and secondary school is at 18 million. Many of such live without having acquired relevant skills such as literacy and numeracy, communication and critical thinking needed for the workplace. Our Response SFEA Community Based Vocational Skills Program is anchored on a mentorship model where young people are not only mentored in technical skills but also business, customer relations, and problem solving skills as they undergo vocational skills training by one of the senior locals in different trades in their communities.

COMMUNITY BASED VOCATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING

The goal of this project is to enhance unhealthy behaviour change

USAID TULONGE AFYA

The goal of this project is to improve access to and the use of nutritious food by women and children through behaviour change and through the diversification of food production in Ikungi and Singida Rural Districts in Singida Region. 

BORESHA LISHE

 

Poor sanitation, water and hygiene have many other serious repercussions. Children – and particularly girls – are denied their right to education because their schools lack private and decent sanitation facilities. Women are forced to spend large parts of their day fetching water. Poor farmers and wage earners are less productive due to illness, health systems are overwhelmed and national economies suffer. Without WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), sustainable development is impossible.

WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE

OYE aimed at stimulate employment opportunities for youth along high potential agricultural value chains for crops and livestock, renewable energy value chains through skills development and connecting youth to potentially interesting employment opportunities as employees and entrepreneurs for improving their livelihood.

Opportunities for youth employment

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HOME BASED CARE

Increasing access to justice by strengthening the capacity of paralegals for improved and sustainable legal aid.

LEGAL EMPOWERMENT

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A GOOD START PROJECT

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SEMA VTC AND WORKSHOP

Act now is an international youth exchange program under Strømme Foundation and funded by Norwegian government under foreign affairs department called Fredskorpset (FK). The program aims in improving leadership skills and roles to selected youth.Youth from southern partners travels to Norway and stays for 10 months while Norwegian youth travels to south partners and stays for 6 months.

ACT NOW- EXCHANGE PROGRAM

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NOREC-EXCHANGE PROGRAM

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Find us: 

SEMA

P.O.BOX 365 Singida

Tanzania

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Contact us: 

Phone:+255 026 2502335

Fax:+255 026 2502698

 

mail: info@sema.or.tz