- YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS FOCUSED HIV&AIDS PREVENTION ACTIVITIES IN TANGA (FUNDED BY OXFAM IRELAND) – 4H Tanzania implementation five years program addressing sexual and reproductive health interventions involving life skills building through peer-based approach. It covered HIV/AIDS/STIs, children rights, livelihood skills and gender to more than 6000 youth.
Nevertheless, this project facilitated the establishment of a learning environment by the involvement of all essential stakeholders, development and use of appropriate IEC strategy and materials, IEC/BCC through peer education approach.
- Another youth peer education project (HIV/AIDS Prevention activities in Tanga -HAPATI) funded by Rapid Funding Envelop (RFE). It covered more than 130 youth clubs in Lushoto, Handeni, Korogwe and Kilindi Districts. It uses the same peer education modal.
- Peer education-based programmes have been extended to 51 youth clubs in Morogoro. “Youth Wake up Project (AMKA KIJANA)” which covered Morogoro Municipal, Morogoro Rural, Mvomero and Kilosa Districts. This project has received financial and technical support from Family Health International through Youth Net programme.
- 4H Tanzania has also implemented the project on Adolescence Sexual Reproductive Health (ASRH) in three districts of Tanga, Muheza and Pangani. This project has been funded under partnership with German Foundation for World Population (DSW). This project established partnership between DSW and 4H involves financial and technical support in the implementation of project known as Youth to youth networking for health future “strengthening the Y2Y approach in Tanzania (Y2Y project.
- Tanzania 4H Organization has implemented consortium project with UMATI and DSW with EC funds. The project has been focusing young girls working in informal sector and was named as “ADDRESSING SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OF FEMALE YOUTH WORKING IN INFORMAL SECTOR”. This has been a three years project started in year 2009 and basically targeting girls working in an informal sector in Tanga (Korogwe, Muheza and Tanga City 4H area), Kilimanjaro (UMATI) and Arusha (DSW).
- Tanzania 4H, jointly with DSW, Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU), Institute for Education and Democracy Kenya (IED) with funding from European Union has implemented “Healthy Action project” aimed to support NSAs, to work jointly to increase public participation in decision-making and priority setting in health planning. The three years project started Jan 2010.
Humak University of Applied Sciences and Tanzania 4H Organization have been collaborated under NGOs and Youth Work program whereby Humak arranges different courses for its students. The students are staying in Tanzania about four months as a part of their internship. 4H Tanzania provide a qualified tutor to guide and evaluate performance while in field attachment to various places and projects in Tanzania. Humak University has course Expertise in NGO and Youth Work (30 ECTS). 4H Tanzania has hosted two students from Humak University under this program and this cooperation will continue.
The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and Tanzania 4H Organization has partnership in Implementation of Global Learning Xprize project(GPLEX) through the use of innovative Technologies in Tanzania. The project has been implement in seven districts of Tanga namely Korogwe, Lushoto, Muheza, Pangani, Handeni, Mkinga and Kilindi. The Global Learning XPrize Project involved 170 Village committees 170 in the mentioned Districts.
4H Tanzania assignment was management and administration of Local Monitoring Structure (LMS) of the project for the period of about two years which had monthly reporting on funds disbursement to UNESCO Offices in Tanzania.
United Nations World Food Programme (UN-WFP) and Tanzania 4H Organization had partnership which involves the field management and administration Global Learning Xprize (GPLEX). The Innovative Project intended the promotion of Early Learning through innovative Technologies for children with ages between 8 and 11 years.
4H Tanzania had weekly field monitoring and timely data collection infrastructure from remotely located 142 villages which were installed with Solar charging stations within six operational Districts namely, Korogwe, Lushoto, Muheza, Pangani, Handeni and Mkinga. The project hired 10 Field Assistants with accompanied logistical support to collect data and provide Technical support to Village Committees and Children on repairs and maintenance of Tablets and Solar Charging Stations.