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Afrisons and Daughters

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Joined April 2018

We currently work in Dar-es-salaam Region, areas such as Kunduchi, Nyakalekwa and Chasimba, to sponsor children of mostly Primary Schools to education and health services.

Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Education

Our main Activities are:

The TUSOMESHANE program which recruits kids living in difficult conditions and takes them through school by providing all the necessary needs such as shoes, school bags, uniforms, stationary, and text books. The program also enrolls the kids into private extra classes to give them a push on studies they struggle with the most.

The HEALTH CARE program enrolls kids into health insurance to make sure they have access to medical services whenever the need.The need for the program follows the understanding that most of the kids living in difficult conditions are highly exposed to diseases and especially Malaria. Malaria is the number one killer in Africa.

The provision of Seminars where we visits different communities and train parents on the importance of education and give them various ways they can get involved in their children’s education. The seminars also focus on various entrepreneurial opportunities and how communities can alleviate themselves from poverty.

People Associated With This Organization

Betty Kahumba

Tanzania  
Afrisons and Daughters
Joined April 2018
Interests: Economic Empowerment, Education, Family, Generalist Legal Services, Labor & Employment, Women's Rights
I am a Lawyer by Profession, with banking and project management experience. I currently run a Charitable Organisation in my Country supporting Tanzanian children's education with a focus on Primary School education for both boys and girls who are living in difficult conditions. By joining this network, i would like to participate in various discussions and initiatives around the legal sector world-wide, contribute to various data and also make use of information shared by other members of this network to keep myself up to date with global legal trends.
Betty Kahumba is the network champion (main point of contact) for Afrisons and Daughters.

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