Tuesday, August 13, 2013

THE VISIT OF TEAM OFFICERS FROM OXFAM DAR-ES-SALAAM AT HUHESO FOUNDATION.

We are happy for the visit of Administrative Officer from International Organization Oxfam in Dar es salaam Tanzania, We believe we learn more from them and they learn more from us what we do in our Organization with Young reporters network here in Kahama Tanzania.

Young Reporters Network is a supportive group of children which works to advance children’s voice in a bid to solve their problems.   About 15 children aged between 12 and 16. Although the initiative targets children, the young reporters have been covering community-wide issues as they seek to publicize and seek solutions to education, health, Gender and livelihood issues. They often interview leaders, Children, teachers and other civil servants as well as ordinary citizens.   

 The Oxfam team from right are Mr Edmund Matotae (with red T-shirt), Madam Anna Bwana, Madam Claire Hutchings, and Zephaniah Mugittu.
  The Oxfam team from right are Mr Edmund Matotae (with red T-shirt), Madam Anna Bwana, Madam Claire Hutchings, and Zephaniah Mugittu.

 The discussion with young reporters at HUHESO Foundation Officer with the Team from Oxfam, discussing what young reporters do in Kahama.

 At the middle is Mr Gasper Leboy from Oxfam with Young reporters at Huheso Foundation office.

The discussion with young reporters at HUHESO Foundation Officer with the Team from Oxfam, discussing what young reporters do in Kahama.
 The discussion with young reporters at HUHESO Foundation Officer with the Team from Oxfam, discussing what young reporters do in Kahama.


 HUHESO Young reporters network after discussion with Oxfarm Leaders. 

 Young reporters with Leaders of HUHESO Foundation.


 Young reporters with Leaders of HUHESO Foundation.

 Young reporters with all Leaders of HUHESO Foundation and the Team from OXFAM.

 Madam Anna Bwana from OXFAM saying goodbye to Young Reporters at HUHESO Foundation Office.
Our Young reporters are very happy for your coming for sharing different things about what they do in Kahama, We hope is a good start, You're Welcome again, Thank you very much.