Our projects

Our organization is involved in numerous projects 

SEMA (Sexual Reproductive, Menstrual Hygiene and Family planning for Adolescents and Youths)

This project focus on Adolescent & Youth Reproductive Health Rights. The aim of this project is to educate adolescents on menstrual hygiene, to reduce sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV among the adolescents and youths, to reduce early pregnancies and forced child marriage among teenage girls. Increase access of sexual reproductive health and Family planning  services to young people both in schools and school drop outs and elimination of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) reducing school dropout rates and increased Family Planning uptake for youths who are already married through collaboration and partnerships with relevant service providers.


One of the family planning commodity.
UZAZI BORA meaning best reproduction

Through this project we Increase awareness and knowledge of family planning and health seeking behavior for rural girls, women, boys and men.  We also offer a range of healthcare and family planning services to rural communities. This includes information and awareness raising to dispel myths and create a better understanding of the benefits of family planning, immunizations, HIV testing, and counselling and preventative cancer testing.  We work in the rural and slum areas because majority of this people cannot access good healthcare either because the nearest health center is far away from where they live and they do not afford fare to visit the hospital and thus postpone getting the medications thus jeopardizing their health, the poor roads also limit them from reaching the hospital and the disadvantage that most hospitals are mostly in the big town thus missing out on good health and well-being.



We provide a long-term solution to fighting deforestation caused by the destruction of indigenous forests. The tree planting project directly fights this by planting thousands of quick-growing trees with farmers, schools and community groups, and these provide a sustainable source of firewood and timber for local people.

As we conserve the environment, we also seek to empower the community  thus we work with families and communities to plant fruit trees. They are trained in how to care for their tree orchards so that, in time and with proper care, produce enough fruit for community members to eat and to sell for profit. The fruits will improve the health of the vulnerable rural families who mostly depend on stable carbohydrate called ugali.


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