To develop options under consideration are environmentally, socially and economically sound and sustainable.
To enhance social and economic opportunities and promote mechanisms for enhancing new economic and environmental protection and conservation measures to local communities.
The overall objective is to contribute improving communities’ livelihoods and managing the environment through sustainable utilization of naturel resources and application of environmentally sound, economically viable and socially acceptable technologies.
Stimulate and promote community-based income generating activities aimed at reducing poverty, which are conscious of the environmental impact.
Tackling rural poverty through promoting sustainable farming systems which are environmentally sound, economically viable and socially acceptable,
Fostering rational utilization of natural resources for sustainable development in healthy, clean and friendly environment in order to ensure food security, diversify sources of income and improved livelihood of communities.
Encourage the communities in Tanzania to improve their health status and sanitary conditions and contribute to processes aimed at haltering the ongoing spread of HIV/ Aids, Malaria and other pandemic diseases.
"If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you."
Hudu Hamis is the teacher at Kigoma Community Hope School in Tanzania and leader of Green and Humanitarian Organization Kigoma, Tanzania ~ www.ghotanzania.com
He reached out to me for lesson plans over a year ago to educate his students on plastic pollution, the water cycle & sustainability. I sent him everything I had and we became friends.
At Christmas we sent school books, pencils, chalk, hard copies of the lesson plans and some lollies to the other side of the world and we transferred a few hundred dollars to Hudu to do with as he saw fit.
Mid April, he reached out again for help. He needed masks & sanitization gear to keep his children safe.
Our beautiful friend Sophie Dorothe Lieke of Plastic Unwrapped had just returned to Tanzania and she gathered all the supplies we could afford including a solar panel and battery so Hudu could teach at night and fabric and sewing equipment so the children could make masks for their families.
Hudu teaches outside in the heat, on a dirt patch using a bent wood cladding sheet for a teachers board.
His dream is:
1) to roof his salvaged material school building
2) to buy desks and chairs for his kids
3) to have a blackboard
4) to install a water tank and pump
5) to develop the seedling nursery and continue to educate his student in regenerative practices.
You can help them by Gofundme