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The new constructed green house for the Kishapu district’s youth program (Photo credit: Kisuma Mapunda/Oxfam)
Deputy Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office (Policy, Parliamentary Affairs, Labour, Employment, Youth and the Disabled) has been impressed with Oxfam in Tanzania's intervention in supporting youth in region of Kishapu. This was after the Deputy, visited the first green house for Mwanga...
Empowering women small producers have proved to be the foundation for change process. Small producers have unleashed the strength of characters and individuals’ responsibility. It has transformed them from subsistence and dependency mindset towards self confidence in their ability to make positive...
“It is great to see a smile on many faces because of Oxfam’s humanitarian work.” Said Betty Malaki, Oxfam in Tanzania Head of Programmes during a visit to Nduta camp. - Photo: Bill Marwa/Oxfam
April 2018. Heavy rains are pouring down. Most of the roads in Kasulu and Kibondo districts in the Kigoma region of north western Tanzania are wet and slippery. The Country Management Team (CMT) of Oxfam in Tanzania took on a three days monitoring visit to Oxfam’s work in the Burundian refugee...
Nashuru having received her heifer from Oxfam as part of the women's empowerment program. Photo: Bill Marwa / Oxfam
It is a rather cold day in the mountainous Enguserosambu village in Arusha, Northern Tanzania. Maasai women, all dressed up in their traditional colorful clothes, are waiting, some in excitement, some in disbelief. “It is going to be an emotional day,” says Nashuru, as she waits for her turn to...
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