Friday, November 20, 2015
Bahati Dotto, a project coordinator at HUHESO Foundation (2015) while sensitizing female care takers of children under the worst forms of child labour at MWABOMBA small scale gold mine in USHETU District Council to organize themselves into groups so as to be supported with Income Generating Activities (IGAs) as for the project ENDING THE WORST FORMS OF CHILD LABOUR IN SMALL SCALE GOLD MINES found in KAHAMA district council funded by TERRE DES HOMMES-NETHERLANDS (TdH-NL)
Some of the vulnerable families in a group from Mwalina village at Idahina ward in Ushetu District Council while at Nyamtengera auction area after being supported with seven (7) goats early in 2015 as an activity in the project of ENDING CHILD LABOUR funded by Terre des Hommes-Netherlands (TdH-NL) through HUHESO Foundation
The caption above denotes the HUHESO Foundation staff members at Mwendakulima ward in 2015 during the implementation of EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME in Tanzania (EQUIP Tanzania) as funded by Department for International Development (DFID) through the Foundation for Civil Society.
Some of the withdrawn children from the worst forms of child labour as from Mwabomba, Nhumbi, Mwazimba and Nyangarata small scale gold mines by Terre des Hommes-Netherlands through HUHESO Foundation and supported with vocational training opportunities at Malampaka Focal Develeopment College early in October 2015.https://www.facebook.com/huheso.kahama
Monday, November 16, 2015
Sunday, November 8, 2015
VILLAGE SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS [VSLAs] conducted by HUHESO Foundation in different District Councils in Msalala, Ushetu and Kahama Town Council marks the stepping stone toward ECONOMIC Strengthening versus Extreme Poverty amongst community members. Saving, Investing, Setting Priorities of Money one earns, Good Loans, Bad Loan and Budgeting are part and parcel of the Key topics covered in the course of VSLAs Operations. We would like to thank CARE International Tanzania via PESA KWA WOTE [PKW] Program underway in Kahama Authority. I would like to thank all Program Officer who facilitating Training, Consultation, Conducting Monitoring and Evaluation of the Program Objectives at hand...... The community members are required to participate efficiently as they are DIRECT BENEFICIARIES here in Kahama.
Below are photos of the groups in different villages in Kahama district.
The box you see in front of the group used to keep money, books and other tools used in the group.
One of the Member buying shares at the meeting, members in the group should range from 15 to 25 with 70% of women and 30 % of men.
Every members should have books to keep records how many shares bought and loan taken and should know when can return the loans with percentages.
Before starting program officer must have community meeting so as people can form group.
Members in the group must sit in the cycle and every member should have number because when buying shares leader call the number not the name.
As you see the money in the bowl after buying shares, the accountant of the must account all money and inform the members and leader should speak loudly the amount got in the session at the meeting.
The Bucket you see used to put money when members are buying shares at the meeting. The shares should be bought once per week and the amount should be set with them and must be in their constitution of the Group.
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Young reporters from the district of Kahama in Shinyanga region soon after pinpointing their cries to the fifth president of the United Republic of Tanzania.
The children of Tanzania under the umbrella of young reporters network ask the fifth government of Tanzania to care and defend child rights
Irene Joachim (17) a young reporter from Kahama district council in presentation during young reporters training conducted on 23rd to 24th of October ate HUHESO Foundation office facilitated by UNICEF Tanzania through Brightius Titus from Mwanza Youth and Children Network (MYCN)
Monica Joachim (15) a young reporter from Kahama district council in presentation during young reporters training conducted on 23rd to 24th of October ate HUHESO Foundation office facilitated by UNICEF Tanzania through Brightius Titus from Mwanza Youth and Children Network (MYCN)