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Tanzania, United Republic of
KIWOHEDE KIWOHEDE contributes to the elimination of all forms of abuse, sexual
KIWOHEDE contributes to the elimination of all forms of abuse, sexual violence, and exploitation through policy and community engagement, reproductive health and institutionalization of prevention, withdrawal, rehabilitation and integration mechanisms for vulnerable and affected children, youth and women.
C-SEMA’s mission is to respond to children in need of care and protection and voice their concerns to policy and decision-makers. The organisation’s vision is to have a Tanzania where:
all parents are informed about their roles & responsibilities towards children’s right to be heard;
all children are free to express themselves; and
all communities are proactive in their support towards all children’s growth and development!
Tanzania Women Empowerment in Action (TAWEA)
Tanzania Women Empowerment in Action (TAWEA) promotes and advocates for children, youth and women’s rights. TAWEA aims to end all forms of gender-based violence, exploitation, sexual violence, child marriage and child labour by advocating and raising awareness in the community. They are also working for reproductive health education to improve the well-being of people.
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