Tanzania 4-H Organization works to encourage youth to participate in entrepreneurship activities by educating them on topics ranging from agriculture to technology to healthy living with learning by doing and earning by doing approaches.

"We strive for our club members to learn practical skills, become active citizens and use critical thinking, conserve and learn about the environment, live healthy lives and grow up to become the leaders of tomorrow."

Through our projects and more than 1200 active club advisors, 4H Tanzania provides pre-professional practical education and training in agriculture, forestry, environment protection, conservation, community and family health, home-economics, leadership and management skills.

We currently have 56,037 (30,895 girls) members that take part in club activities in Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Manyara, Morogoro Iringa, Mbeya, Njombe, Tanga, Ruvuma and Mara regions. We operate our activities through 730 youth clubs known as 4-H clubs in 34 districts.