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Mama Marge Minga faced a lot of hardships growing up, often sickly. In 1986, she and her husband agreed that the income from her cereal business would go to development project and the income from the husband’s vegetable business would feed the family. Today, she is one of the most prominent and prosperous farmers in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Mzee Hassan Ally Mwegole, 70 years old, retired in 1975 from the civil service. He started making lockers while also farming. He has invented a tool for planting at specified spaces without bending, saving women, from planting being seen as a woman, only job. The tools are two- one can be dragged by hand and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Mr Renatus Anthony Danda, 28 years old, is a graduate of he University of Dodoma (UDOM), Bachelor degree in Project Planning and Management (2013). After he was sensitised about the project, he became a great mobilizers and later on, he won a job at one of the apex farmers’ business organizations in the area, AMRIGO. Within […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In economic empowerment, Aisha Mohamed shared her experience as someone, who used to be from what was considered a very poor household, with very little to eat, poor shelter and poor clothing. Her involvement in the project was a new beginning of life with hope. The income she managed to get in the various economic […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
GIRLS HOTEL PROJECT : FUNDED BY JAPAN EMBASSY EMBASSY TO THE TUNE OF 122,281USD This project focused on a secondary school namely Ng’apa. Ng’apa, which is found in Ng’apa village, located in Ng’apa Ward. The ward is made up of 3 villages namely Mkupama, Ng’apa itself and Mbuyuni. Mkupama has 643 household Mbuyuni, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
NATIONAL ELECTIONS : JITOKEZE PROJECT Factors that limit women and youth’s participation in the election process, as contesters and voters is lack of civic consciousness which is caused by political ignorance among youth voters on the link between voting, democracy and how that can be translated into their national development i.e. value of voting. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.