Youth and Vision Access Reinforcement

YVAR is the Youth and Vision Access Reinforcement project that Empowers youth vision access attaining their better future welfare by in Ipala,Mtumba, Ihumwa,Msanga and Nzuguni rural wards communities in Dodoma city

YVAR is the Youth and Vision Access Reinforcement project that Empowers youth vision access attaining their better future welfare by in Ipala,Mtumba, Ihumwa,Msanga and Nzuguni rural wards communities in Dodoma city
WHY YVAR?
According to Youth employment country report 2015 denotes approximately 900,000 youth that entered the labor market in 2010/11, 14 percent did not complete primary School, 44 percent finished their primary but did not transition to secondary, an additional 38 percent went to secondary but did not reach or finish Form IV, and a mere four percent went beyond O-level. This means the majority of youth do not reach their visions.

WHAT IS THE GOAL OF YVAR?

◼ Empowered youth vision access attaining their better future welfare by December 2022

ALR targets to reach 700 marginalized youth aging from 15-35 years considering both educated and non-educated over the period of 2019-2022 years.

The specific YVAR outcomes are:

◼ Improved youth involvement in socio-economic interventions to master their living

◼ Empowered youth life skills access for their sustainable career development

◼ Enhanced youth functional behaviors to abstain from risks in lives

HOW DO WE DO?

We work with Inspirational youth, Local government authorities, Nonprofit organizations, Vocational and formal educational institutions

WHOM DO WE TARGET?

◼ Youth with disabilities

◼ Youth school drop out for any reason

◼ Secondary and higher learning youth for vision access enhancement support.

◼ Homeless youth

◼ Youth living in poverty

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Agriculture, Livelihood and Resilience

ALR is the Agriculture, Livelihood and Resilience project that fosters small holder farmers and entrepreneurs to earn income and food security for households' wellbeing. ALR is operating in Dodoma city district at rural wards including Nzuguni,Ihumwa, Mtumba,Msanga and Ipala .

WHY ALR?

Statistics reveal that the economy of the people of Nzuguni ,Ihumwa ,Mtumba,Msanga and Ipala still live below 1USD income with food insecurity despite the Tanzania entrance of the medium economy.

WHAT IS THE GOAL OF ALR?

◼ Improved small holder farmers undertaking agriculture and livelihood attaining resilient families in the societies by 2022

ALR targets to reach 500 small holder farmers and entrepreneurs over the period of 2019-2022 through capacity building empowerment.

The specific ALR outcomes are:

◼ Increased small holder farmers on agricultural modern skills practices for resilient households sustenance

◼ Improved farmers and entrepreneurs products markets access to strengthen resilient households

◼ Empowered women to engage in livelihood undertakings for nutritious families

HOW DO WE DO?

We collaboratively work with agricultural extension officers, loan agricultural institutions, wards community development officers, inspirational farmers and entrepreneurs.

WHOM DO WE TARGET?

◼ Farmers in field lacking best farming skills

◼ Women and young women

◼ Graduates

◼ Youth

◼ Upcoming livelihood practitioners

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Management and Child sponsorship

ALR is the Management and Child Sponsorship project that Ensures vulnerable children access to social basic services in Ipala,Mtumba, Ihumwa,Msanga and Nzuguni wards communities in Dodoma city

WHY MCS?

Statistics reveal children are severe to growth and mainly exposed to major risks than any other marginalized group. The project is the key focus of the entity.

WHAT IS THE GOAL OF MCS?

◼ Ensured sponsored children access to social basic services in Ipala,Mtumba and Nzuguni wards communities for their wellbeing by 2022


◼ Ensured sponsored children access to social basic services in Ipala,Mtumba and Nzuguni wards communities for their wellbeing by 2022

MCS targets to reach 500 vulnerable children over the period of 2019-2022 through capacity building empowerment.

The specific MCS outcomes are:

◼ Contribute to the improved sponsored pupils' academic performance attaining good pass marks in exams

◼ Sponsored children well protected against violence to participate in schools , families and community development initiatives

◼ Contribute on the improved households' economies for best feeding practices and good health, attaining sponsored children's well being.

HOW DO WE DO?

We work with teachers, parents and elected child services providers in the wards. We collaboratively work with wards educational officers, District educational officers, security officers and District Executive Directors.

WHOM DO WE TARGET?

◼ Orphans of age 5-14 yrs

◼ Children with disabilities of age 5-14 yrs

◼ Children living in the vulnerable households of ages 5-

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