Sunday, August 17, 2014

FOOD AND NUTRITION WORKSHOP HELD ON 15TH - 16TH AUGUST 2014, CONCERNING IMPORTANCE OF SWEET POTATO VEINS.

 Chairperson of Board of Director of HUHESO Foundation Mr Shija Felician when was opening workshop of 2 days about food and Nutrition on 15th and 16th August 2014 at HUHESO Foundation Office where the workshop done.

 The Facilitator Dr. Ntanwa Kilagwile (left) and The Chairman of Board of Director Mr Shija Felician at the workshop about food and nutrition at Huheso Foundation office.

 Executive Director of HUHESO Foundation Mr Juma Mwesigwa when welcoming participants of the workshop about food and Nutrition at HUHESO Foundation.

 The participants of the workshop about food and Nutrition how to grow sweet potato vein, importance of it and other vegetables and fruits.

 Some of the participants of the workshop.

HUHESO Director Mr Juma Mwesigwa emphasize the participants at the workshop about food and Nutrition in Kahama Tanzania.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

AN ACTION ON YOUNG GIRLS SEXUAL EXPLOITATION PROJECT IN KAHAMA.

Some of the Girls who are learning Sewing on the project An action on young girls sexual exploitation funded by RFE (Rapid Funding Envelop), This program will take six months our target population is about 40 girls in phase one, about 60 girls in phase two are completing their training on 1st march 2014, Now we have two room and 20 sewing machines used in the training, Dear friend, Donors and stakeholders we need your support to make this archived to train more girls in Kahama to bring changes for them and their family. We tahnk you all hall who donated and make it true.

 In the training at HUHESO Foundation.

 In the room for training.

 Executive Director of HUHESO Foundation Mr Juma Mwesigwa with some of trainee in the room at Huheso Foundation.

 Here are in the room for training.

 Here are the trainee for the morning session, here is outside the room where are trained. 

 Here are trainee entering the room for training.

 Sometime after sewing they have to iron the cloth as you see on photo.


 Here trainee are learning to cut pattens of the clothes.
 Jenipher and Joyce learning Sewing.

 Naomi sewing clothes


 Rhoda one of trainee in the room for training.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF PANITA AT BLUE HOTEL IN DAR ES SALAAM.

WHAT IS PANITA?

In an effort to engage civil society organization (CSOs) from across Tanzania to help raise the profile of nutrition, during 2010/11 Save the Children and UNICEF supported the establishment of a Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania (PANITA). With more support from Irish Aid, the coalition has grown to 306 members by May, 2013 and HUHESO Foundation is one of the Members.

PANITA'S MISSION
The mission of the Partnership is to advance advocacy efforts, improve coordination and reduce malnutrition by strengthening the capacity and increased mobilization and coordination of the CSOs, private sector organizations, the media and other development partners to facilitate a more effective national and local response to address malnutrition.


  Dr. Kingamkono (middle) Chair person of board of Directors and Mr Joseph Mugyabuso (Right) Program manager and Ms Joyce Ngegba (left) Advocacy & Program Manager of Panita at blue peal Hotel for ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of PANITA when are disusing something before the Meeting.

 Members from all over the country presenting different CSOs attended the PANITA meeting.


 Members from all over the country presenting different CSOs attended the PANITA meeting.

  Dr. Kingamkono (middle) Chair person of board of director and Mr Joseph Mugyabuso (Right) Program manager and Ms Joyce Ngegba (left) Advocacy & Program Manager of Panita at blue peal Hotel for ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of PANITA, The Chair Person presenting to members the annual report.
  Dr. Kingamkono (middle) Chair person of board of Director when she was presenting the report to members. 
 PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

 PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

 PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

 PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

 PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

 PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

PANITA members attended the Meeting at Blue Peal Hotel.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

THE FANTASTIC FOOD AND NUTRITION CONCERT PREPARED BY HUHESO FOUNDATION.

I was very Fantastic Concert which the aim is to educate community about food and Nutrition that funded by Partnership Nutrition in Tanzania (PANITA) and SAVE THE CHILDREN in Tanzania.
 
Countrywide nutrition status – KEY INDICATORS
Children aged 0-59 months 
*Stunting 42%                                 
*Underweight 16%                         
*Iodine deficiency 36%
*Anemia 69%                                  
*Iron deficiency 35% 
 Vitamin A coverage 60%             
Women aged 15-49 years                    
*Anemia 40%
*Iron deficiency 30%
*Low Body Mass Index 11%
           
 The high table for Official Leaders and CSO Leaders attended the Concert.

 Huheso Foundation program coordinator Jackline Kamayugi when she is presenting the
epitome (Risala) to guest of honor on the Food and Nutrition Concert at Malunga macket area in Kahama Tanzania.


 Huheso Foundation program coordinator Jackline Kamayugi when she is presenting the
epitome (Risala) to guest of honor on the Food and Nutrition Concert at Malunga macket area in Kahama Tanzania. 
 
 Our scaffold (Jukwaa) at the Concert at Malunga macket area in Kahama.

 Leaders attended at the Concert.

 Traditional dance from Busoka primary School when are dancing at the concert in Kahama.

 Bahati Zeze group when are dancing at the concert about food and Nutrition at Malunga market area in Kahama.

 Buyeye traditional dance beating drum and dance in the concert at Macket area in Malunga.

  Buyeye traditional dance beating drum and dance in the concert at Macket area in Malunga.

 Bupilipili traditional dance at the concert.

 The ward Councilor Hor John Chagula when was speaking with people at the Concert at market area in Malunga Kahama about food and Nutrition.
 
 The ward Councilor Hor John Chagula when was speaking with people at the Concert at market area in Malunga Kahama about food and Nutrition.

 The chairman of Malunga street Mr Boniventure Maganga when he was welcoming the guest of honor to give his speech at the concert.
 
 The guest of Honor on behalf of Executive Director from Kahama town council who is Mr Lazaro Boniphace Mapunda Community Development Officer speaking with mass about food and Nutrition at the concert in Kahama.
  The guest of Honor on behalf of Executive Director from Kahama town council who is Mr Lazaro Boniphace Mapunda Community Development Officer speaking with mass about food and Nutrition at the concert in Kahama.

 Huheso Leaders Mr Erick (Treasure) and Jackline Kamayugi (Program Coordinator) behind.


 The Guest of Honor Town council Community Development Officer Mr Lazaro Boniphace Mapunda when he was dancing at the concert in Kahama.

 Dancer when is greeting the guest of honor and other leaders at the concert in Kahama yesterday.

 The mass attended the concert at Malunga macket area in Kahama. It was fantastic.

 Mwanakwela traditional dance group at the stage at the concert in Kahama.

 The leaders concentrate in looking dance from Mwanakwela dance group.

 Mwanakwela the Leader of the Group when he was singing at the concert at Maunga macket area in Kahama.

Mwanakwela traditional dance group at the stage at the concert in Kahama.



 Mwanakwela the Leader of the Group when he was singing at the concert at Maunga macket area in Kahama.

 Mwanakwela with Executive Director of HUHESO Foundation Mr Juma Mwesigwa at the Concert in Kahama.

Dancer from Mwanakwela Dance group.

It is time now to
The aim of the concert is
Increase Intake of Vitamins & Minerals
Vitamin A supplements
Zinc supplements
Micronutrient powders
De-worming drugs
Iron/folic acid supplements for pregnant women
Iodized oil capsules
Salt iodization
Iron fortification
Fortification of staple foods/bio-fortification


Promote Good Nutritional Practices
Breastfeeding
Complementary feeding
Improved hygiene practices
Diet diversification
Prevent and Treat Moderate and Severe Malnutrition
Treatment of severe undernutrition with RUTF
Prevention/treatment of moderate undernutrition
 
 Targets to be achieved by 2015
 
Focusing on among others:

  • Reducing prevalence of underweight and stunting in children 0-59 months;

  • Sustaining low prevalence of wasting in children 0-59 months below 5%;

  • Sustaining prevalence of BMI<18 .5km="" m="" span="">2 below 10%;

  • Reducing prevalence of VAD in children 0-59 months;

  • Reducing anaemia in pregnant women;

  • Reducing IDD in children 6-12 months;

  • Increasing Vitamin a supplementation in children 6-59 months and pregnant women;

  • Increasing coverage of adequately iodized salt.