Empowering our Youth
We are an organization that aims to bridge inequality gaps by providing education and training, as well as ensuring good health so as to create decent employment and better income.
We believe every young person should have access to the education, training and tools they need to succeed in life. Unfortunately, too many young people face poverty, hunger, and ill health. We work hard to change lives of Tanzanian communities and to alleviate poverty through projects focusing on our three pillars: Vocational Skills & Entrepreneurship support, Education, and Health and Nutrition.
How You Can Help
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Become a Volunteer
You can get involved with our work by becoming a Volunteer. You will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of the youth. Get in touch via our contact page to find out more!
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- MDF Annual Report for YR 2021
- Youth Empowerment and Employability Programme (YEEP)In Northern Tanzania, unemployment rates for youth are 2-3 times higher than those of adults, with an even higher rate of unemployment among young women. Each year, around more than 50,000 young people are entering the labor market, however the formal sector employs only 5% of the labor force. Furthermore, poverty levels in Northern ZoneContinue reading “Youth Empowerment and Employability Programme (YEEP)”
- Empowering Poor Youth and Young Single parents with sustainable tailoring businessesSkills gap and Income poverty force young women and men in North Tanzania to engage into indecent and risky low-wage paid jobs which are not their choice. Young single parents are the more risky group as most of them tend to engage into a paid sex with old male partners and young motorcycles drivers soContinue reading “Empowering Poor Youth and Young Single parents with sustainable tailoring businesses”