Category

Blog
March 19, 2022 Girls Sponsorship Program Working with our partners Made With Hope we have launched a pilot of the new girl’s sponsorship programme. The aim of this project works towards Made with Hope’s and Ndoto in Action goal as a charity of increasing access to education for students in rural Tanzania. Made with Hope...
Challenges facing girls on their periods. Girls across rural Arusha, Tanzania, face multiple challenges to effective menstrual hygiene management (MHM). These challenges can develop from a lack of understanding and education on menstruation and menstrual hygiene management, which can lead to stigmatisation of menstruating girls and young women. There are physical barriers such as a...
We are delighted to be updating you on the multiple projects that we have completed together with our partners Made With Hope (MWH) at Marurani Primary School and our amazing donor Brinda Jaykant Shah Foundation and One Kind Act. The renovations and construction undertaken at Marurani could not have been possible without the determined commitment...
We will continue working towards facilitating all necessary environments which are friendly for children in learning, thanks to our partner organization, Made with Hope. For the next two months, we will implement the School Water Sanitation and Hygiene (SWASH) in the new partner schools Muungano and Oldenderet located in the communities of Arusha.  The committee...
Ndoto in Action participated in the NGO exhibition held in Arusha towards the dubbed Civil Society Organization (CSO) week. Also, we attended the main event in Dodoma, where Madam President graced the event as the guest of honor. The exhibition event in Arusha had as a guest of honor the Regional Commissioner. NIA represented by...
Ndoto in Action, in collaboration with Made with Hope, implemented the School Water Sanitation and Hygiene (SWASH) project in the government primary schools of Umoja and Manyire. The schools are in Arumeru District. This District is well known for having Maasai and Waarusha (traditional tribes from Tanzania) who rely on agriculture and livestock keeping. Notably,...