2014

Project#1
Fanikisha Mama

Fanikisha Mama

By: Kisutu Student

  • Winnie Godlove
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Winnie Godlove, 16 years old with her project called “Fanikisha Mama” .
she has created a website (Fanikisha Mama) which creates awareness about Fistula by posting different stories of Fistula victims about their life before and after they got fistula. she also goes ahead and empowers those victims economically by fundraising for their seed money and basic needs for them to get back to their feet and regain their dignity. Winnie is currently working on registering her project as an NGO and also working on the back-end of her website. She has also established a partnership with the only hospital in Tanzania for fistula patients and she will be have her first visit to the patients this month-February2015. Support her project and give every fistula victim a better life! [/member] FanikishaMama Website 
Project#2
All blames on Me

All blames on Me

By: Jangwani Students

  • Sheila Juma
  • Jackline Mussa
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Sheila Juma & Jackline Musa pitched “All blames on Me“. They were inspired to create All blames on me by a 10 year old street child who has been harassed, double circumcised and forced into marriage at a very young age and whose father wanted to end her life on the day she was born because she was a girl, whom her tribe considered useless. On their website they will always show different female harassments happening , educate the community on the importance of a girl child by featuring successful women and girls also the website includes how a girl should be treated in the society and things that should not be done to females. They believe that God Created Female and Male on purpose, not by MISTAKE! they currently working on partnerships with gender and human rights organizations to help them reach their goal. Join them to end women violence and gender inequality in Tanzania.
“We believe in changes but when we corporate , we will change the unchangeable” by Sheila [/member] ABOM Blog
Project#3
Our Cries

Our Cries

By: Kisutu Student

  • Modesta Joseph
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Modesta Joseph 15 years old. The student’s activist! In Tanzania especially Dar es salaam, students don’t have equal rights to good transport, they are usually harassed, abused by bus (daldala) conductors and if given a chance to the bus they are not allowed to sit! seats are for adults. She has designed a website called “Our Cries” where students will post all their cries ,harassments and experiences while using public transport to her website and social media contacts. all those reported incidences will be forward to SUMATRA (Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority) for further action. she has started a petition to end all these cries , SIGN the petition and end student’s cries!
Modesta is still working on her partnership with SUMATRA and finalizing the back-end of her website, she is also in early stages of legally registering her project. [/member] OurCries Website 
Project#4
Jitambue Unaweza

Jitambue Unaweza

By: Kisutu Student

  • Mercy Alfred
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Mercy Alfred, 15 years old. Presented “Jitambue unaweza ” project . She was inspired to start this project by her mum who tried to do business twice but collapsed and was discouraged by her husband who told her business is not her thing she is wasting money because every business she does collapses. so! she believes there are very many young people struggling to make their businesses successful or others have been discouraged by people . She has designed a website which to motivate young and small entrepreneurs to know that they can do it and succeed by featuring stories of successful entrepreneurs about how they started and solved the challenges they faced. she believes if they read those stories they will be inspired and motivated to keep going. In her website she includes different educational stuffs like tips on how to be successful entrepreneur, finance and investment, information on loaning and where they can get . [/member] Jitambue Unaweza Blog
Project#5
Trankh Health

Trankh Health

By: Jangwani Student

  • Amina, Kokubanza
  • Neema, Khadija
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Trankh Health created by a group of four girls Amina shaban, Kokubanza, Neema, Hadija Omary . Their web site tackles women health , it shows different diseases symptoms and prompts users to click on any displayed symptoms she is experiencing for example loss of appetite during pregnancy, severe headache after which the user gets clear explanation on what could be the cause, possible remedies and general advise like visit a specific doctor and consquences if not treated early.
They have done research in two Muhimbili and Tumaini hospitals where they met gynecologists who have given them much data to use on their website to help save women lives because they think some women are ignorant and shy to speak about some gynecological diseases and they keep them until it is severe, but if they know the consequences and prevention measures they will be able to care much about their health.
[/member] Trankh Health Blog
Project#6
PAWEC

PAWEC

By: Jangwani Students

  • Stellah, Oliver
  • Victoria, Atka
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A project run by four amazing girls, Stellah Gideon, Victoria Saphery, Oliver Fidelis, Atka Teddy. These girls have created an online debate platform/discussion forum where they post different motions to be debated upon by fellow youth and other people world wide, the website give a chance to users to suggest a motion/ topic to be discussed. their website deals with only educational aspects, for example educating the society about the importance of educating a girl child. [/member] PAWEC Blog
Project#7
ECHO Music

ECHO Music

By: Jamuhuri Student

  • Sandra Kitenge
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A website which aim at helping young Tanzanian artists who have recorded their songs but they don’t get airtime in radio and TV stations due to many reasons such as corruption and bureaucracy and also they don’t benefit as expected. With the help of the site, artist can upload there video and songs in the site freely and if it is bought then the artist will take 70% of the money. Also the site will be advertising this young artist. The site is developed by Sandra Kitenge, a sixteen years old girl. [/member] ECHO Music Blog
Project#8
TZ Pinga Ukatili

TZ Pinga Ukatili

By: Kisutu Students

  • Gloria Mosha
  • Osrida Ephraim
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Created by Gloria Mosha &Osrida Ephraim. their website “Tz pinga Ukatili” deals women and children, their main aim is to help women and children whose rights have been violeted or abused. Such abuses are like rape, child labor, corporal punishments etc. such cases when reported to TZ pinga ukatili thought their website or social media, they help them accordingly either by linking them to counselors, legal officials and other NGO in charge of human rights. They plan to partner with other organizations such as LHRC, TAMWA and TAWLA [/member] TZ PingaUkatili Blog
Project#9
Matokeo Live

Matokeo Live

By: Kibasila Student

  • Fatma Abbas
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M-Live (Matokeo Live) which is a web and mobile based application system which helps parents and guardians to access their childrens academic reports easly for most of them are busy and stay without knowing the progress of their kids in school activities. The website is trying to fight the problem of Forging the Academic Results by editing the reports given to students by schools to be taken to their parents and also the hardship Of Parents To Get Results from schools for most of them are taken by their jobs.

[/member] M-Live Website

Project#10
Chukua Hatua

Chukua Hatua

By: Urongoni Student

  • Adela Alfred
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A site created by Adela Alfred, a seventeen years old girl, Studying in a local school where she sees some of students go through harsh conditions such as putting on one school uniform for 3 years, walking very long distances to school because they don’t have transport fare, lacking scholastic materials etc has made her to create this website to help such children to live a better life. Through her website she will post different stories and profiles of such children and the help they need so that the public can help them live a better life. [/member] Chukua Hatua Blog
Project#11
Voice of Tanzania

Voice of Tanzania

By: Kisutu Student

  • Elizabeth
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Created by Elizabeth , she promotes good governance in Tanzania by giving a voice to Tanzania citizens to forward their complaints and suggestions about the government or their political leaders, and VOT will create a link to the government and the public by forwarding respecting queries / complaints to respective leaders and answers vice versa. [/member] Voice of Tanzania Blog
Project#12
Aura Health Care

Aura Health Care

By: Kibasila Student

  • Asha Abbas
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Designed by Asha Abbas a sixteen years old girl from Kibasila secondary school. Aura Health Care is a Questions and answers platform which will be used by patients of different diseases to interact with doctors and other expertise. Students will be encouraged much to use the site since most of African parents don’t talk to their daughters about sex education and other related issues as the results most of them end up getting education of safe sex from people who mislead them.[/member] Aura Health Care Blog