Young people have a right to lead lives free of poverty, abuse and exploitation
Umoja's primary focus is on improving the lives of young Tanzanians. To do this, we focus on the whole being - education, well-being, livelihoods, health and community.
At Umoja we empower youth to not only survive, but thrive, through holistic education, good physical and mental health and safe employment. Umoja offers a range of services to vulnerable Tanzanian youth, their families and their communities. We provide the freedom and security needed for young people to become the authors of their own lives.
To provide education and welfare support to the most vulnerable young people in Tanzania, empowering them to develop the knowledge and skills needed to create positive change for themselves and the wider community.
To see young people in Tanzania educated, empowered and living free from poverty, abuse and exploitation.
11,230 young people reached annually through our programmes.
Essential Life Skills knowledge delivered to over 4000 young people each year.
95% of Umoja graduates are in full time employment.
This Christmas, our emphasis is on Umoja's college and university students who lack sponsors and face upcoming fees in January. Beginning the year with their fees covered would truly be the best Christmas present.
Thank you for any contribution.