Our Partner Organisations

Our Partners

We work hand in hand with local organisations to reach marginalised people in the most culturally sensitive and sustainable way. Our partners lead on the need and we follow.

Established in 1994, CASEC is a non-profit organisation that promotes human and social development as the foundation for tackling poverty and injustice. Based in Arusha, Community Aid and Small Enterprise Consultancy provide training, research and consultancy services for local government, community leaders and NGO’s. CASEC also implement projects and provide advocacy activities. Their main focus areas are: girls’ education and urban youth work.

CORDS is a voluntary organisation working in northern Tanzania established in 1997. Currently, CORDS works in the districts of Kiteto, Simanjiro in Manyara region and Monduli, Longido and Arumeru in the Arusha region. CORDS works together with local communities to assess their needs and approach issues in a collaborative way. Their main focus areas are: land demarcation and certification; land use planning; livestock development and women’s rights.

UCRT have an in-depth understanding of the communities they work with because they grew up in them. They have been working with pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, and hunter-gatherer communities to address land rights and livelihoods issues across northern Tanzania for more than a decade. Their mission is “to promote and enhance community capacity to improve their livelihoods and sustainably manage their natural resources.”

PWC is a female-led organisation, operating in northern Tanzania that encourages women to openly discuss the positive and negative aspects of their culture. They implement long-term structural solutions to the poverty and marginalisation of Maasai women and children. PWC work to address lack of education for Maasai girls, lack of financial independence and property ownership rights for women as well as lack of participation in political decisions.

TAWREF  is a grassroots organisation based in Moshi, promoting better livelihoods through evidence-based innovative projects. Formed in 2010 by a group of experienced researchers and community interventionists.  TAWREF works to raise the quality of life for Tanzania’s marginalised communities by developing specific, measurable strategies that address poverty, health, and social impediments.

Established in 2008 and based in Arusha, Joshua Foundation is comprised of a school and training college. Set up in response to the need for a school that models affordable, quality Christian education the school provides holistic education to underprivileged Tanzanian children. The values based curriculum gives students the tools for life, not just knowledge. Teachers are trained at the Joshua Teachers Training College by volunteer expatriate teachers and selected students get the opportunity to be trained as apprentice teachers under close supervision.

Childreach Tanzania is a locally registered charity based in Moshi, Kilimanjaro that aims to unlock the potential of some of the most marginalised children in Tanzania, allowing thousands of children every year to transform their lives. The charity operates at community level, working in partnership with government primary schools and local communities to help improve children’s access to healthcare, education, child rights and protection.

TusongeTusonge Community Development Organisation

Tusonge is a Tanzanian NGO which works with marginalised groups in grassroots communities in Kilimanjaro region. Its mission is to enable disadvantaged women, men, youth and people with disabilities (PWDs) “to create prosperity, health, freedom and contribute to a vibrant and sustainable economy”. Tusonge focuses on three key areas: women’s economic empowerment, human rights education and child protection. Tusonge believes that there is ability in disability and facilitation and leadership support is needed to enable PWD to transform from a condition of poverty to a dignified standard of living.