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Consultative Workshop on Importance of Integrating Comprehensive sexuality education in to National Curriculum

As part of Advocacy Meeting UMATI Tanzania organized Two days workshop in morogoro region-Edema Conference Hall B2 involving Ministry of Health, Education and civil society organisation. The meeting was part and parcel of the currently Comprehensive sexuality education initiatives derived from ESA Commitment where Tanzania is one among the implementing partners who were committed to make integrate CSE component into National Curricular by involving the ministry responsible for health and education, Tanzania Institute of Education and other key stakeholders of the Cross cutting Issues……

 

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Salama Impact report 2014-2015:

Its critical for the global development community (including Tanzania ) to empower young people a s tomorrow’s leader. Salama Foundation make youth i n practice through the use of formal education and soft skills training in variety of sector including reproductive health and livelihood to engage them directly.Our approach promote innovation and

creativity,partnership,peer to peer thus seeing youth as beneficiary and stakeholders.We have been engaging young people with the purpose of creating more opportunity and to drive the meaning fully change within their mind and community at all By far the greatest concern of young people from all walks of life, rural and urban, educated or less educated, young women and young men is the lack of profitable and sustainable livelihoods for all young people without forgetting friendly access to reproductive health and services(Comprehensive sexuality education)

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Evidence & Action-Good Practice in Young people Today Time to act now 

Towards the Ministerial Commitment on comprehensive sexuality education and sexual and reproductive health services for adolescents and young people in Eastern and Southern African (ESA), Salama Foundation –Tanzania took several initiative in developing the strategic partnership/support with other youth lead organization, Government through Tacaids,ministry of education and health, local and international NGO including UNESCO, UNAIDS, Amref Tanzania, UNFPA to implement various programs that related to Young people today report content

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GWR-HTC IN Dar

The Guinness world record competition project was aimed to be part of the World’s AIDS day 2014. The WAD 2014 in Tanzania was to take place in Njombe region as a focus region. But due to the specific guidelines from Guinness World Records competition, it had to take place in a city center being Dar es Salaam. Salama Foundation, Amref Health Africa in partnership with Ministry of Health, TACAIDS with support from UNAIDS Tanzania managed to offer free HTC Services in 6 multiple selected sites in Dar es salaam City on 29th November 2014

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REPORT ON TRAINING OF PEER HEALTH EDUCATORS ON SRH AND PEER-LED ACTIVITIES

This report presents a summary of the training workshop for peer health educator on SRH. The workshop was conducted on 13rd to 18th June 2016 in Ngorongoro District under the theme of “Promoting community (traditional leaders, pupils & teachers) engagement on improving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and education status of girls from pastoralist communities” The over all programs was supported by UNESCO/Azerbaijan project “Empowering Girls from pastoralist communities in Ngorongoro.

 

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Protect the goal campaign

‟Protect the Goal‟‟ is a global initiative to raise HIV awareness worldwide. The campaign aims to raise awareness of HIV and mobilize young people to commit to HIV prevention by using a popular sport of football. Sport industry for so long has been used as a powerful tool to reach out young people due to its ability to unify and galvanize people of all type all over the world. Sportsmen and women are well admired and in most cases trusted by young people and recognized as role models and therefore can be used as an ambassadors of imparting behavioral change in the day to day life.

 

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