We are aware of the disadvantage of women in all aspect of their life, and we are totally involved in helping them
Women withstand most of the HIV epidemic, the disproportionate impact of the HIV epidemic on women can be attributable to several factors including biological, social, behavioural, cultural, economic, and structural. A combination of these factors has led to the disparate increase in HIV infection rates among women compared to their male counterparts. Through education and information to young women and men we can have influence and improve the situation.
Sexual and Family Health
Educating women about their Reproductive Health rights. This includes teaching women how to thoughtfully plan for children, how to eat during pregnancy, and where to find the necessary resources in their local communities. It will include but are not limited to, prenatal care, early intervention in high-risk situations, and after care. Each component will ensure that women have as much as education as possible. Therefore, also reducing the high infant mortality rate.
Education in Rural Tanzania
Helping to elevate women who come from challenging backgrounds, giving them a chance to upskill and work towards earning a sustainable income.