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9 May 2020

Mwanzilishi wa kampuni ya Kasole Secrets, Hyasintha Ntuyeko & WSSCC National Coordinator Wilhelmina Malima Mwaka 2013, Mwalimu Rehema Darueshi alihamishwa na kuanza kufundisha shule ya msingi Toa Ngoma iliyopo wilaya ya Kigamboni, mkoani Dar-es-Salaam nchini Tanzania. Mwl Rehema hakuridhika sana na mazingira ya kazi kwani shule hiyo haikua kabisa na watoto wasioona na yeye alikua ndie […]

9 May 2020

By Kasole Secrets Founder, Hyasintha Ntuyeko and WSSCC National Coordinator Wilhelmina Malima In April, the global Menstrual Health and Hygiene (MHH) arena lost a champion. Along with Hyasintha and Wilhelmina, WSSCC celebrates the life of Rehema Darueshi. In 2013, Rehema Darueshi began teaching visually impaired students at Toa Ngoma primary school in Tanzania’s community of […]

4 May 2020

By Aidan Tarimo DAR-ES-SALAAM, Tanzania – Samuel Chitute has long been the face of health, safety and sanitation in his community. As a community health worker serving in the remote district of Bahi, he speaks with local people in their own languages, not just Kswahili, one of Tanzania’s most widely used languages. “Here in [the […]

5 March 2020

High precipitation across East Africa attributed to unusually warm Indian Ocean By Aidani Tarimo and Charles Dickson As welcome as the life-giving rains are in Africa, they can also be a menace. Floods resulting from unusually heavy rainfall in Tanzania over recent months have forced thousands to flee their homes for higher ground and caused […]

5 July 2019

By Francesca Nava DODOMA, Tanzania – Hygiene practitioners, boys and girls, humanitarian workers, government officials and parliamentarians are joining forces to raise a unified voice on menstruation. Flexing their muscles in a group photo, they emphasized that everyone, including government officials, sanitary pads suppliers and family members especially men, should be involved in actions to […]

7 March 2018

WSSCC facilitated a MHM training for Tanzanian Members of Parliament (MP) from the 10th to 11th of February 2018, in Dodoma, Tanzania.

14 July 2017

The GSF-supported UMATA programme is championing behaviour change at national level to drive Tanzania’s sanitation campaign

21 July 2016

The discussions focused on the many challenges the sanitation sub-sector faces, the need to get new leadership more involved as well as water supply issues.

8 June 2016

Prof. Tibaijuka opened the WSSCC’s Annual National Coordinator’s meeting in Dar es-Salaam.

15 May 2015

The programme works in 3 districts in Dodoma Region, through local & international NGOs and in partnership with local and regional actors.

14 August 2014

The August edition of UMATA News highlights recent activities in a programme which is starting to show real momentum in terms of implementation.