Towards accelerating the promises of the 1994 international conference of population and development, Salama foundation Tanzania dedicate this year of ICPD25 to launch its new Impact report of 2019 highlighting on how we serve the adolescent, youth, and the general community towards accessing SRH programs and services in Tanzania
At first, When we opened Salama foundation, here in Tanzania, We knew that adolescents and young people need our voices, we knew that we have the roles to play and make them be heard, be informed with the quality and age-appropriate information they need–Said Shadrack John Msuya-A founder and Director of Salama foundation
Since then the organization continued to build capacity in leadership roles among adolescent and young people in Tanzania, conducting Advocacy and research programs, policy review but also creating peer educators that facilitate ending three Zeros.
Our Engagement with AfriYAN Tanzania come up with an extraordinary achievement by reaching more vulnerable groups of young peoples and most girls who need special care to quality education, HIV/AIDS, ending Maternal death, teenage pregnancy, FGM and all other forms of GBV.
It is our hope that this report will amplify the voice of adolescent and young people community, stakeholders and decision-makers to end three zeros