Micro Health Initiative sensitize and educate people to seek early health care diagnostic and therapeutic services at the organization's established facilities. We implement and embed technology in patient management in the areas of patient identification medical records. We improve awareness in the community on the availability and importance of insurance services. We initiate health research relevant to community and collaborate with other researchers on health issues.
Real estate investors and developer based Dar and Dodoma, selling land and homes for all. Peagas believes in economic empowerment through provision of land and housing, the target in middle and lower income earners. Vision is to become a leading company in developing ideal investment opportunities in affordable real estate services and product which will always exceed our client and partners expectations.
Chobo's mission is to process and offer hygienic and high quality meat products to meet consumer demand and requirements. It engages in processing and distributing meat products for food service customers and retail butcher chains. Chobo is involved in custom meat processing, ground beef processing, and portion control steaks processing. Chobo offers fresh and frozen patties, steaks, and beef products. With support from AECF, Chobo Investment Company is establishing a state of the art meat processing plant in Mwanza city, Tanzania. Their aim is to add value to local livestock and create sustainable markets for rural livestock keepers engaging in animal husbandry of cattle, goats, sheep and pork in the lake zone region.
The core activity is to share information and knowledge (innovations) for community development from the family level. FADECO Community Radio operates from the region of Kagera, a region that was host to about one million Rwandese and Burundi refugees who have left a number of economic and social challenges resulting from the Rwanda and Burundi conflicts. These problems led to the UN system in Tanzania to develop a special UN programme on North Western Tanzania to assist those communities through a post refugee transition period. The station was set up with a grant of only USD 14,000 from UNESCO IPDC in 2007. Since then, the station has grown to a vigorous local radio with a strong editorial team, which has forged links with several national mainstream media and international media. The project Empowering Local Radios with ICTs conducted a research together with local radio stations to identify main issues of local...