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Women in Tanzania for the Peace Begins in the Home campaign
In Tanzania, Margreth struggles with discrimination and work exploitation from having a hearing impairment. Previously, she worked at Buhangjuga Primary school as a teacher for nine months. However, during this time, she was not payed for her work.
Published on 20/11/2018
Dickson Kamala speaks at Tanzania leadership workshop
“A moral leader is someone who leads to serve. What distinguishes them from ordinary leaders is that these kinds of leaders prioritize other people’s need.” —Dickson Kamala
Published on 11/09/2018
A young Tanzanian woman sat upright in her desk, balancing a pencil in one hand and her precious wiggling baby in the other, watching intently as volunteer teachers pointed to letters and numbers on the classroom blackboard.
Published on 19/06/2018
“We must use our knowledge and skills acquired from school to transform the society from our local communities. Successful people never complain; they always grab opportunities and share them with others.” —David George
Published on 01/03/2018
Jokate Mwegelo addresses youth at women's leadership event
“I strongly believe that peace begins in the home, and due to the fact that all of you are tomorrow’s mothers, it’s crucial for you to be peace ambassadors so that we have peaceful homes.”
Published on 08/01/2018
Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Tanzania and partners hosted three days of events this August to commemorate International Youth Day 2017. Held under the theme “Youth Building Peace,” the events included tree planting, a youth symposium and a youth festival.
Published on 31/08/2017

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