Monthly Archives: April 2019

Education week in Kilimanjaro region.

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The Kuleana organization was invited to attend the education week in Kilimanjaro to show how their project of her Future improved attendance of girls in schools during menstruation period. The Her Future Project is funded by US Embassy through alumni Engagement innovation Fund. The crew team led by Stephen Makere and Catherine Njau with students […]

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Waridi re- usable Pad Distribution in Primary schools

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Mr. Stephen Makere, the project coordinator of Kuleana Group and his team has started to distribute re usable sanitary kits to pupils in primary schools. currently 7 out of 10 schools received their kits. This is a part of The project funded by US Embassy, through Alumni, Innovation Engagement Fund

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English clubs meeting in Mboni secondary school

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The three secondary schools of Mboni, Sakayo Mosha and Lyakimu met at Mboni for normal club activities. During that occasion students participated in various English activities such as drama, poem, card games, songs and story telling. all the activities aimed to improve their language skills of speaking, reading, and writing. This event was attended by […]

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Women Day. 8/3/2019

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The students of Lyakirimu, Sakayo Mosha and Mboni secondary school met at Lyakirimu secondary school to celebrate women day. All girls students participate in peacefully rally with posters of different message to society. Mr. Makere who is the headmaster of Lyakirimu secondary school was invited as a guest of honor.

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Project visit.

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Her Future. Health and hygiene workshop

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The Kuleana Group of Marangu, Moshi conducted a five days workshop training for heath teachers from 20 primary and secondary school. The workshop covered about health, hygiene and life skill education. 40 teachers and 10 invited guest participated in the workshop, the workshop was officially opened by Mr. Juma Tukosa who is the district secondary […]

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KEEP THEM FLYING: REUSABLE MENSTRUAL PADS AND GIRLS’ EDUCATION IN TANZANIA

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Menstruation is an important issue affecting girls’ education, but teachers and educators rarely speak about it. They reality is that many young girls don’t know what menstruation is and they often don’t have a safe space to discuss the challenges they face during their periods with a trusted adult. If girls do not have access […]

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