Tanzania

CARE began working in Tanzania in April 1994, in response to the crisis in Rwanda and the subsequent influx of refugees into the Kagera Region of North-western Tanzania. Over the ensuing years, CARE Tanzania developed innovative education, health, microfinance, and environmental programs across most regions of the country.

 

4/26/18

TAMANI

Project Name: Tabora Maternal Newborn Health Initiative (TAMANI)

Donors: Government of Canada

1/16/18

Ensuring Sustainability: Designing Food Programs for Results that Last

This report draws from 193 evaluations across CARE between 2013-2017 to examine best of our results in sustainability.

1/27/17

Winners of CARE’s Scale X Design Challenge Awarded $450,000 to Scale Up Solutions to Poverty

The competition, the culmination of CARE’s Scale X Design Accelerator, aims to close the gap between innovation and impact 

12/7/16

Modernizing the Zanzibar Soap Market: Lulua and Hamisi’s Story

ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA – At the northern tip of Pemba, Zanzibar, the air is sweet with clove fragrance from farmers preparing their September spice harvests. Cloves rain from trees as farmers shake them loose from high branches, carpeting the ground with red buds.

1/4/16

Rehema and Her Solar Lamp

In the small village of Maboleo in northeastern Tanzania, Rehema Sharia is a 13-year-old girl living with her grandmother. Like many young girls, she dreams of becoming a doctor. But darkness was a major obstacle to achieving her dream.

6/23/15

Push Pull Model Graduates Families Out of Poverty

People in poverty have a wide range of abilities and needs.  Some are in emergencies where only direct support--in cash or in kind--can meet immediate needs.

6/22/15

Farmer's Field and Business School Toolkit

The Farmers' Field and Business Schools are a product of the CARE Pathways program, and focus on a learning by doing approach, putting farmers at the heart of learn

4/14/15

Participatory Performance Tracker: Getting Communities Involved In Setting Priorities and Gathering Data

CARE believes in putting communities in the driver's seat to determine what projects should do, and if it's working to meet community needs. One tool we use to accomplish this is the Participatory Performance Tracker (PPT). This tool allows groups and individuals to evaluate project outcomes, beh

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