Tanzania

Radio Schools for Child Labourers

Radio Schools for Child Labourers

Tanzania During the 2000s, there were an estimated five million school age children with little or no access to primary education. An estimated 4.7 million were involved in economic activity and...
Youth Radio in Tanzania

Youth Radio in Tanzania

Tanzania Tanzania has a young population with half under 25 years of age. Young people have the highest risk of contracting HIV/AIDS as well as other sexually transmitted illnesses. Radio was found...
Supporting Youth Refugees with Radio Access

Supporting Youth Refugees with Radio Access

Tanzania The Burundian Civil War lasted from 1993 to 2006. Nearly 500,000 people fled to Western Tanzania, becoming refugees in one of 12 camps along the border.  Two-thirds of those fleeing were...
Haki Elumi and Rural Information Access

Haki Elumi and Rural Information Access

Tanzania In 2007, to address the issue of rural information access, 8,000 of our solar and wind-up radios were placed in rural and isolated communities across Tanzania. This incredible effort was...
Sengerema’s Rural Community Telecentre

Sengerema’s Rural Community Telecentre

Tanzania Sengerema is a rural district in northwestern Tanzania, an hour’s drive from Lake Victoria.  More than 80% of the population are subsistence farmers. A multi-purpose telecentre is making a...
Supporting Ante-Natal Clinics

Supporting Ante-Natal Clinics

Tanzania In Tanzania, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has rapidly spread into rural areas, increasing the previously low rural prevalence to more than 10% in some areas. Mother-to-child transmission appears...