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Production of reusable sanitary pads

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Catherine Njau who is the chairperson of the Kuleana (a nonprofit, apolitical and non-religious organization consisting of seven secondary school teachers, and one community member, which was legally registered with the government of Tanzania on 05/7/2016, with the registration number MJ/HWM/05072016358) and the driving force behind the establishment of the Kuleana group, is working tirelessly […]

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TPC (Tanganyika Planting Company) Secondary school. Life skills and Menstrual education.

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The Kuleana is a nonprofit, apolitical, and a non-religious organization consisting of seven secondary school teachers, and one community member. The organization was established to address menstruation, and has trained 158 students at the TPC secondary school in Moshi. Both boys and girls have learned skills such as communication, maintaining relationships, and effective decision making. […]

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Menstrual hygiene and life skill education at Kibolironi.

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The Kuleana group of Marangu in collaboration with Child reach Tanzania, got a chance to train adults about life skill and menstrual hygiene education. The training intended to empower adults with skills on how to educate their children at home in order to have a society which is aware on changes happening around them.

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Leadership Training at Kilimanjaro Information Technology College (KIT)

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Mr. Stephen Makere from Kuleana organization got an opportunity to train Tonya Muro Scholars about leadership. The training took four days where both scholars learned shared how to become good leaders.

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A member of the Kuleana organization was awarded Best Worker accolade in the Moshi District.

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It was a great day. During May Day, one of The Kuleana members, Catherine Njau, was awarded the Best Worker accolade for promoting English, health and hygiene education, in the Moshi district, Tanzania. We are proud that our organization was recognized for hard working.

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Life skill and menstrual hygiene education in primary and secondary school.

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It was another opportunity for Kuleana organization being invited in Siha district to train primary and secondary school on life skill and menstrual education. The pupils and students learned about body changes and different skills to apply in life as well as how to find effective solutions of challenges facing them at home and school. […]

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women training at Ngaritati village, Siha district in Kilimanjaro region

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The Kuleana organization of Marangu got an opportunity to train women about entrepreneurship, nutrition and making multipurpose detergent soap. The Maasai women who participated were real inspired with the training. We real appreciate the work of all members who volunteered to make this training happen. Thank you Catherine and Jane Petring for your great participation.

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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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