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Our Change Leaders

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  • Current Change Leaders
  • Thadei Msumanje

    Thadei Msumanje Tanzania Rural Empowerment Organization (TAREO)

    Thadei Msumanje works to decrease Tanzania’s rural-urban divide by bringing ICT to rural communities, where few children have access to it today.

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  • Leka Tingitana

    Leka Tingitana EAFYA

    Leka Tingitana is a tech specialist with a passion for creating digital solutions to problems in the health sector. Through his company LX Technological Solutions for Africa, Leka is developing a mobile communications platform EAFYA, to support the emerging network of Community Health Workers (CHWs) who are on the front-line in providing healthcare support to expectant and new mothers.

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  • Innocent  Sulle

    Innocent Sulle My Little Travelling Library

    Innocent James' "My Little Travelling Library" concept is creating a network of mobile handcart libraries bringing books, run interactive reading classes and reading competitions for children in rural areas. Through this work, Innocent aims to inspire a reading culture among a generation of children, increasing literacy levels and independent learning.

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  • Neema Shosho

    Neema Shosho Afya Slices

    Afya Slices uses digital tools to provide nutritional information targeting mothers, caretakers and health providers to reduce the infant mortality rate and malnutrition among children up to five years old. Neema's social innovation uses a mobile platform to provide information on how to use locally available & affordable food to improve child nutrition.

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  • Joan Avit

    Joan Avit GraphoGame

    GraphoGame Tanzania aims at improving quality of early childhood education through the dissemination of a child-friendly, game-based, educational innovation designed to help children learn reading easier and effectively.

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  • Sharnel Deo

    Sharnel Deo PEN Tanzania

    Sharnel runs a Mobile Computer lab for public primary schools, a project which is implemented by PEN Tanzania Organization to improve the quality of ICT education and learning outcome in Tanzania. This project integrates the use of ICT through provision of computer training in primary schools.

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  • Carolyne Ekyarisiima

    Carolyne Ekyarisiima Apps & Girls

    Carolyne believes in empowering girls with ICT skills because she believes in their capacity and innovation power.

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  • Bihaga Edward

    Bihaga Edward Umoja wa wawezeshaji (KIOO)

    Edward is an activist who is determined to eradicate child labour in Kigoma, Tanzania and beyond.

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  • Nyakwesi Mujaya

    Nyakwesi Mujaya Makini Organization

    Makini addresses street children of Dar es Salaam by providing them with access to health facilities, social services, basic education and most importantly imparting life skills through the arts.

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  • Faraja Nyalandu

    Faraja Nyalandu Shule Direct

    Faraja is creating digital educational content to empower youth and children via desktop and mobile learning services.

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  • Brenda-Deborah Shuma

    Brenda-Deborah Shuma Gabriella Rehab Centre

    Children with disabilities belong to one of the most vulnerable groups in Tanzania. They are often segregated from the rest of society and other children, they are denied their right to education, and they are deprived of a chance of creating a fruitful future for themselves. Brenda Deborah Shuma is working to address this problem by empowering these children with the vocational skills they need to generate income and build a future for themselves.

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  • Kiiya JK

    Kiiya JK C-Sema

    C-Sema runs the National Child Helpline (CHL) in-collaboration with the Government of Tanzania. The National Child Helpline helps children in need of care and protection through a toll-free 116 telephone line available across all networks in Tanzania.

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