Transforming the lives of indigenous girls and women in Tanzania
Girls’ Improvement Program in Education Development (GIPiED) is participatory process that ensures girls development in and around the immediate school environment. GiPiED approaches issues of education, health HIV/AIDs, livelihood and girls’ protection holistically from a human rights perspective and through development of a database of all GEPaN Education and Development stakeholders at all levels ( District, Regional and National)
Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Empower poor and vulnerable women through economic, enviromental friendly activities and trainings to benefit self, family and the community.Learn More
Girls Protection Program (GPP) focuses on vulnerable girls that are in school and out of school affected by HIV/AIDS, other diseases, living with physical or mental disabilities, parental or guardian negligence and poverty. The program aims to shape behavior and attitudes of communities toward girl by supporting the communities to build and link up to effective structure in employing preventive and remedial strategies to girl abuse and neglect through rights based approach.
Understanding cervical Cancer and HPV
Stop child marriage campaign: was implemented due to the rising cases of child marriages in Tanzania. The campaigned aimed at eradicating child force marriages among the indigenous peoples of the Maasai in Longido District, Arusha Region in Tanzania.