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Hygiene is important for all people regardless of gender, age, values, or culture. Imagine if all people had the opportunity to learn and practice good sanitation and hygiene. The world would be a better, healthier place. As Jesse Jackson once said: “When everyone is included, everyone wins”. This Global Handwashing Day, we are celebrating the amazing work done by the young people, children, babas (men) and women on our Healthier Lives, Happier Homes project with RB in spreading proper sanitation and hygiene practices within their communities.

October 15, 2020

In 2019, 6 youth from Raleigh Tanzania Society had an opportunity to join NOREC exchange program known as Exchange for Campaign, Empowerment and Leadership. During the program they conducted formative research on clean energy source where they came up with two behaviour interventions which are the use of gas and making and usage of briquettes known as paper charcoal, these interventions were piloted in 6 communities from Tanzania and Nepal on behaviour change tackling the sustainable development goal number 13, climate action.

September 16, 2020

Meet Lameck Kiula. He is a young Tanzanian and Raleigh alumni who volunteered with Raleigh Tanzania on an ICS WASH project in 2015 as an ICS Team Leader. Lameck has been an inspiration to many young people as he has dedicated his career on supporting girls by providing access to menstruation education for the young girls living in rural communities of Tanzania. As we celebrate International Charity day, lets celebrate and support the work done by our own alumni Lameck Kiula.

September 4, 2020

Young people living with disability are working in their communities to ensure progress in all aspects of development. Their voices and contribution towards decision making and identifying challenges related to projects through monitoring has given young people the confidence to speak their minds with freedom and transparency.

August 25, 2020

Youth engagement for global action is vital, as is putting young people from all over the world at the heart of acting for climate action, clean water and sanitation and decent work and economic growth. This International Youth Day, Raleigh Tanzania Operations Coordinator, Marie, explains how Raleigh young people in Tanzania are taking action.

August 11, 2020

Young people in Tanzania are delivering a social accountability campaign with the message #Nawajibika – ‘I am accountable’ – aiming to, through radio broadcasting, encourage women, young people and those living with disabilities to participate in community development and project monitoring.

August 5, 2020

It is International Friendship Day, and what better time to reflect on the some of the special connections that have come from volunteering with Raleigh Tanzania. Most sign up to volunteer to make a difference, experience something new, or to gain new skills and experiences. The hidden benefit of volunteering is meeting new people who quickly turn into the best of friends.

July 30, 2020