Partners

Segal Family Foundation

Segal Family Foundation partners with outstanding organizations improving the well-being of communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.

They are Umoja’s first major funding partner and support our work by providing flexible funding to help strengthen our programmes.

YES! Tanzania

YES! Tanzania is a registered Scottish charity. Its vision is a strong and effective movement for community sports in Tanzania while its mission is to build the capacity of local organisations and leaders in Tanzania to enable them to provide sustainable opportunities for young people to participate in community sport activities designed to empower them to meet the challenges of poverty and disadvantage. 

Yes! Tanzania have been working in Tanzania since 2010 and its main project is based in Arusha.

Global Development Group

Umoja is a partner for project J602 with Global Development Group (ABN 57 102 400 993), and Australian Non-Government Organisation approved by the Minister for Foreign Affairs to carry out quality humanitarian projects with approved partners and providing aid to relieve poverty and provite long term solutions. Global Development Group takes responsibility of the project according to OAGDS guidelines providing a goverance role and assisting in the areas of planning, monitoring, evaluating and auditing to ensure projects are carried out to OAGDS requirements.

Days for Girls

Days for Girls is an International NGO that works to keep girls in school by providing menstrual health kits and education. They recognise that menstruation, STIs, and early pregnancy are significant barriers to girls completing school and ultimately to ensuring gender equality in education. Days for Girls has been supporting Umoja in building our social enterprise by lending their resources, product designs, expertise, and networks.

Accounting for International Development

Accounting for International Development offers accountants from around the world the opportunity to use their skills to support a broad range of non-profit organisations globally. Volunteer assignments of between 2 weeks and 12 months, or longer permanent placements form part of an ongoing strategy to build the financial management and reporting capacity of charities in over 30 countries. The main focus of all assignments is to enhance the skills, confidence and potential of local people, enabling their organisations to deliver more effective and sustainable programmes to their many beneficiaries. Our programme is based on a long-term development strategy whereby assignments of differing length are supported by handovers from one accountant to another.

Dinka School

Dinka School's vision is to become a leading academic institution that is dedicated to reduce education inequality in Tanzania through increasing access and providing better educational resources for children from all origins.

 We provide broader education to children in order to grant them better perspective on their future. We are operating as a boarding school and a day school.

"Learning is the power to reach the results which you truly pursue"

University of East Anglia

Before they founded Umoja Tanzania, Caroline Goody and Emma Wagner both studied International Development at the University of East Anglia in the UK. Current undergraduates from the School of International Development at UEA have the option of volunteering with Umoja as part of their degree.

Umoja also works with many schools, institutes and colleges in Tanzania, mainly in Arusha. These include; Arusha Modern Secondary School, Jobortunity Training Institute, The Tropical Institute, ABC Training Centre, Montessori Teacher Training College and more.