Programs & Projects
TATU Project is a non-profit organization that aims to contribute to the individual and collective development of the Msitu Wa Tembo and Londoto rural communities in northern Tanzania.
This business consists of selling handmade Maasai jewelry locally and internationally to share a long-standing tradition of jewelry making among the Maasai, while encouraging economic and social development.
This business consists of renting bicycles to community members. The profits benefit business members and the Kazi na Sala women’s group.
This social business manufactures reusable pads and works to address the lack of knowledge regarding menstruation.
This project supports Kazi na Sala members in giving loans and encouraging entrepreneurship.
The AFYA health program is designed on the basis of research conducted locally. Learn more
Every year we collaborate with a local non-profit health facility, Pamoja Tunaweza, to offer three days of medical care to the village
We contribute towards the development and emotional well being of children through physical activities and sports.
Twice a year we provide deworming medication to the children of Msitu wa Tembo and Londoto Primary schools.
Working with local health care insitutations such as the dispensary, strengthens delivery of serivces and trust in facilities.
Research allows us to understand the community health issues and devise strategies to address them
Work in identified areas to bring about development and growth in the village. Learn more
To give a holistic view of Msitu wa Tembo and Londoto to work in identified areas to bring about development and growth in the village.
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It aims to create a sustainable income-generating activity for 5 families in the community with limited incomes and opportunities.
A medical team from TATU conducted some initial research to identify relevant health issues and provided education to the community. They have now been merged with Community Health Workers
TATU Project introduced an innovative tomato crop, before passing on the project to another NGO.