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  • Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

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  • Thank you for offering this support for learners! Here's a link to our story! https://www.facebook.com/272266799475724/videos/1636769499692107/

  • Many thanks for your support Philanthropy University. Here is the link to our story; https://twitter.com/alphonseakouyu/status/979483582602399744

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    Excited for the possibility of continuing to learn with Philanthropy University, and benefit the work we are doing at Nuru International! https://twitter.com/chanchanchepon/status/979492305882279937

  • Thank you, Paige! Looks like some great courses coming up for 2018. Our team is excited.

    Please see our post/entry here (with more context than was possible on twitter):
    https://www.facebook.com/visionarianetwork/photos/a.427062280832306.1073741827.426555774216290/790804434458087/?type=3&theater

    If you have trouble viewing, it can also be found as a recent post our page here:
    https://www.facebook.com/visionarianetwork/

    ++ A related tweet!
    https://twitter.com/Visionaria_Net/status/979730588981657602

    Cheers
    Paul & the entire Team Visionaria

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    Thank you for all you teach and provide to me, our NGO Mint Artists Guild and thousands of others. Here's our summary: https://www.facebook.com/mintartistsguild/photos/a.535825596576527.1073741828.535822573243496/952634881562261/?type=3&theater

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    Greetings from Kshamtalaya Foundation. Following is the link to our post
    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=626609401003794&id=376967372634666
    Thank you for all the learning and support.

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    https://www.facebook.com/biao.fu.14

  • I had just found you guys not much before you paused to reconfigure. I am so excited for the new classes and format that is rolling out. I believe just by looking over the classes you offer, they will help me to better engage and serve our community.
    Please see our link: https://www.facebook.com/Origins.haviland/ https://www.facebook.com/Origins.haviland/photos/rpp.1498559530429545/2065825303702962/?type=3&theater

  • Thank you very much for giving one in million chance always. Find the link of my post.
    https://www.facebook.com/mohamoud.saeed/posts/10156257266342387

  • Thanks to the "Questions Worth Asking" Funders Group series, I was able to learn from other Directors and Founders about the art of story telling and how to apply that in partnership and fundraising! I am excited to use the new courses particularly the ones on Fundraising- like Connecting with Donors and really getting the story and statistics of our impact out to our donors and potential new donors to support our mission to train young women leaders on and off the soccer field!

    @PhilanthropyUni #5000stronger Thank you for your network and group think that is helping nonprofits like ours develop stronger strategy, vision, and story telling. Leadership means constantly learning. #6wordstory

    https://twitter.com/GrlsLeadingGrls/status/980227164816646146

  • @paigedearing thank you for the opportunity!! I had so much fun recalling the courses and the main take outs. Here is our link!

    https://www.facebook.com/kapchiy/

    Best regards and luck to everyone here!!!

    #5000stronger

  • Thanks so much philanthropy university,it has helped our Organisation to fully understand what business administration really is.

    Our Link Below is :
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.437421186677833&type=1&l=33d09f5514

    Twitter.com/defresolutionz
    facebook.com/defresolutionz
    Instagram.com/defresolutionz

    Thank You Philanthropy University......
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  • Thanks so much philanthropy university,it has helped our Organisation to fully understand what business administration really is.
    Thank You Philanthropy University...... from Nigeria

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1307331039401289.1073741834.824303447704053&type=1&l=8d2c9764d4

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  • Thank you Philanthropy University. We hope to learn alot from you. Thank you!
    https://www.facebook.com/Xtinayumangmuniz/posts/10156262538436449![alt text]

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  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    Please find our link (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1906427592715050&set=p.1906427592715050&type=3&theater)

  • @pebbles said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    Thank you Philanthropy University. We hope to learn alot from you. Thank you!
    https://www.facebook.com/Xtinayumangmuniz/posts/10156262538436449![alt text]

    It looks like this link does not work; do you have another URL?

  • Philanthropy U has changed my life and the lives of the children who have received their education. Link: https://twitter.com/love2write/status/981857450486837249

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    Philanthropy University helped to improve our organization & community from fundraising course. I used this training to raise money & reach more than 236 young mothers in breastfeeding campaign. In this new course & unrestricted grant I will reach more than 500 adolescent girls. pic.twitter.com/3DXrXUWwqQ![alt text](IMG-20180313-WA0009.jpg image url)

  • Helped to improve our organization & community from fundraising course. We used these training to raise money & reached more than 236 young mother in breastfeeding campaign. In this new course & unrestricted grant I will reach more than 500 adolescent girl in Tanzania for improving the health of mother and child in Tanzania in orange fresh sweet potatoes cultivation.
    ![alt text](IMG-20180313-WA0009.jpg image url)

    Project Summary.

    In 2014 CEDO signaling its commitment to addressing malnutrition by joining the global scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement and making several important commitments towards improving nutrition by promote public awareness on the importance of nutrition to pregnant and lactating mothers, encourage breastfeeding exclusively breastfed for six months early and enabling women in economic, increase number of Health service providers and Volunteers community workers, This brings together all stakeholders.

    Problem

    Malnutrition is responsible for over one third of child deaths every year in Tanzania. According to TDHS 2010 about 130 children die every day from causes related to malnutrition. Malnutrition is also one of the factors responsible for the high number of maternal deaths. The goal of Improve the health of mother and Child in Tanzania project on Philanthropy University is provide education on nutrition and breastfeeding to women. Thousands of women and child from rural areas in Tanzania die from malnutrition.

    LEARNING FROM MY EXPERIENCE

    More than 27,000,000 children under five years of age are stunted in Tanzania, 58% of stunted children lives in 10 regions, Tabora, Kagera, Kigoma, Mbeya, Mwanza, Dodoma, Morogoro and Ruvuma. Study show that shortage of volunteers community workers is a challenge caused young women lacking knowledge and counseling services on nutrition and Infants and Young Child Feeding. A total of volunteer community workers trained in IYCF is 10% (TDHS 2014). Lack of entrepreneurship training and capital, Lack of income to purchase nutritious food, absence of Nutrition wards and village committees that impetus for promotes nutrition and breastfeeding, shortage of health service providers trained in IYCF. A total HSP trained in IYCF is 30% are among the factors leading remained the problem of malnutrition in rural areas of Tanzania.

    How will this project solve the problem?

    The project want to provide nutrition education and breastfeeding for the first six months, encourage women to breastfeed their children the milk of mother in the first six months. Young mothers, nurses and volunteers are trained in nutrition, breastfeeding the children the milk of mother in the first six months. The nutrition care & support for children & pregnant, and breastfeeding women, Empowering groups of young girls to continue in orange fresh sweet potatoes cultivation including those with HIV, AIDS, TB and other chronic conductions such as diabetes and hypertension.

    Potential Long-Term Impact

    1. Increased the level of breastfeeding babies exclusively breastfed for the first six months at least 50 percent by 2025.
    • 500 people from rural areas of Tanzania has trained in Infants and Young Child Feeding by 2018.

    • 5 groups of young mothers have been empowered and are continuing in the field of Orange Fresh Sweet Potatoes.

    • There is a Ward nutrition committee that are working in Impetus for promote nutrition in rural areas.

    1. The problem of malnutrition has reduced in Tanzania by 2025.

    2. 500 People have educated on nutrition, child feeding and breastfeeding only the milk of mother for the first six months by 2018/2019.

    THEORY OF CHANGE

    I am trying to solve the problem of malnutrition that is threat the health and survival of children and women in rural areas of Tanzania.

    KEY BENEFICIARIES

    • Young mother who are in childbearing age.
      ![alt text](FB_IMG_1522953789394.jpg image url)

    • Health Service Providers
      ![alt text](SAM_0112.JPG image url)

    • Volunteer community workers.
      ![alt text](imageFB_IMG_1522953502780.jpg url)

    POINTS TO REACH BENEFICIARIES

    • Under nutrition basics
    • Better nutrition during the pregnancy and breastfeeding
    • Role of Infants and Young Child Feeding in child survival growth and development
    • How to breastfeed child
    • Important of orange fresh sweet potatoes in reducing malnutrition

    MEASURABLE

    1. Training 5 project staffs by 3 day on how to manage the project needs $ 100
    2. Training 100 nurses and volunteers by 8 days needs $ 150
    3. Training 100 young mothers by 3 days needs $ 200
    4. Conduct quarterly meeting to 60 nutrition committee by 3 days needs $ 250
    5. Support and empower 10 groups of women to continue in OFSP cultivation needs $ 300

    IN KINDS

    1. 10 motorcycles for providers community workers
    2. 14 Computers for staffs and health service providers.
      1. Water pumps for OFSP cultivation irrigation.
    3. 1 Projector machine for trainings.

    PROJECT STAFFS

    1. Project team leader
    2. Project coordinator
    3. Project accountant
    4. Field officer

    CONTACT PERSONAL
    Japhet Aloyce Kalegeya
    P.O.Box 545, Nzega, Tanzania.
    Phone +255565893
    Email, kalegeya@yahoo.com

    BANK ACCOUNT
    Account name :- Christian Education and Development Organization (CEDO)
    Account number :- 51110005578
    Bank name :- National Microfinance Bank (NMB)
    Bank address:- 161103,Nzega Branch, Tabora, Tanzania.

    THE LOCATION OF PROGRAM
    The program is located at Nzega District, Tabora region, Tanzania.

    THE PROGRAM SECTORS FOCUSED
    The program is focused in the sector of health and agriculture as the guideline for the Councils for the preparation of plan and budget for nutrition 2012.

    Nzega district is among the seven Districts of Tabora region. Most parts of the district are located in the Northern part of Tabora region, shares borders with Shinyanga Rural district in the North, Uyui district in the South, Kahama district on the West and Igunga district lies on the East side of the District.

    NZEGA HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS TRAINED IN IYCF.
    In year 2015, provision of Health service was made possible through the availability of 49, health facilities including 2 hospitals, 4 health centres and 43 dispensaries. Besides, facilities available, there are 5 health service providers and 4 volunteer community workers trained in Infants and Young Child Feeding (IYCF).

    AGRICULTURE.
    The economy of Nzega is led by agriculture, of which employs about 74.9% of the total labour force of residents

    ![alt text](FB_IMG_1522953524787.jpg image url)CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CEDO)

    Christian Education and Development Organization was registered 24 June 2010, under Non-Governmental organizations Acts, 2002 with registration No ooNGO/oooo3928.

    SIZE OF THE ORGAZATION

    Christian Education and Development Organization is operates as a National level in Tanzania Mainland; According with its governing constitution.

    SECTORS OF OPERATES

    The organization is operates in Health, Education, Agriculture and Livestock and Community Development.

    CONSTITUENCY

    The organization is provide service to women and child, youths, orphans vulnerable children, prisoners, elders.

    ORGANIZATION GORVERNANCE
    CEDO is gorverned by members, Board of Directors and Secretariats.

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10211544312515836.1073741915.1605360836&type=1&l=5a8db5d513

  • #5000stronger Philanthropy University is helping our organisation in the professional skills development and application to enable the organisation grow and reach its vision and goal to the communities that we work with. With the new courses,community and grants, we hope to improve our service delivery and also scale up our project.Health Touch Foundation

  • Thanks @PhilanthropyUni to create the ripple movement in society. We provide IT skills to women Philanthropy university courses we were able to work in communities with better understanding and represent our work at national and international platforms #5000stronger![alt text](![image url](19248066_2229805423711689_3844920525867541657_n.jpg image url))

  • Our link to the competition

    Thanks Philanthropy University for the opportunity

    https://twitter.com/samee200/status/982564744954568704?s=19

  • Many Thanks to @PhilanthropyUni we have successfully uploaded our success story video on both twitter and facebook.

    We just needed to re-do this in more proper way compared to the previous one we did. #5000stronger

    Check out the Video and you can also view it on instagram.com/defresolutionz.

    Thanks a lot Guys and i hope to be amongst the 2 last batch of winners.

    Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/defresolutionz/videos/1311952805605779/

    Twitter - https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/982895258274095104

    Thanks Philanthropy University.............

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    Cheers

  • @paigedearing said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    As highlighted in March newsletter, we are so inspired by the work learners like you do in your communities, and we want offer previous learners a very special opporunity to secure one of five $1,000 USD unrestricted grants so you can do even more this year.

    To become eligible,

    • Share a video or photo with text on social media (Twitter or Facebook) with the hashtag #5000stronger to tell us how Philanthropy University has helped your organization, and what you hope to achieve this year by using our new courses, communities and an unrestricted grant.
    • For Twitter posts, be sure to include our handle @PhilanthropyUni.
    • For Facebook posts, be sure to tag Philanthropy University in your post.
    • After posting your message to social media, copy and paste a link to that social media post into this discussion thread.
    • Post your social media message to Twitter or Facebook, as well as a link to it within this discussion, no later than April 1.

    Organizations must be registered as a nonprofit within their country, provide evidence of good standing, evidence of a presence of an independent board of directors and pass a U.S.-based vetting.

    Email info@philanthropyu.org with any questions.

    We cannot wait to see all of your stories, and celebrate that amazing work you are doing in your community.

    https://twitter.com/smi_healthylife/status/982929028871929858

    Founders : https://www.academiclifecoaching.com/about/academic-life-coaches/indonesia/priscilla-konig/

    Campaign about Mental Health "Stop Bullying Prevent Suicide of Teenagers"
    Based on Data Research in Indonesia there are 35 million people who had fight Depression, 21 million who had fight Schizophrenia, 60 million people who had fight Bipolar, 47,5 million people who had fight Alzheimer - @who (2016)
    Clinical Psychologist 450.000 people & Psychiatrist 650.000 people @kompascom - (2013)

    We need support to fund these campaign and survive. Hope by learning from this community , we can spread positive information related hope for mental health survivor as no one can walk the journey alone

    Cheers,

  • @kalegeya said in Special: Five $1,000 USD Grants Available! Just Tell Your Story:

    Helped to improve our organization & community from fundraising course. We used these training to raise money & reached more than 236 young mother in breastfeeding campaign. In this new course & unrestricted grant I will reach more than 500 adolescent girl in Tanzania for improving the health of mother and child in Tanzania in orange fresh sweet potatoes cultivation.
    ![alt text](IMG-20180313-WA0009.jpg image url)

    Project Summary.

    In 2014 CEDO signaling its commitment to addressing malnutrition by joining the global scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement and making several important commitments towards improving nutrition by promote public awareness on the importance of nutrition to pregnant and lactating mothers, encourage breastfeeding exclusively breastfed for six months early and enabling women in economic, increase number of Health service providers and Volunteers community workers, This brings together all stakeholders.

    Problem

    Malnutrition is responsible for over one third of child deaths every year in Tanzania. According to TDHS 2010 about 130 children die every day from causes related to malnutrition. Malnutrition is also one of the factors responsible for the high number of maternal deaths. The goal of Improve the health of mother and Child in Tanzania project on Philanthropy University is provide education on nutrition and breastfeeding to women. Thousands of women and child from rural areas in Tanzania die from malnutrition.

    LEARNING FROM MY EXPERIENCE

    More than 27,000,000 children under five years of age are stunted in Tanzania, 58% of stunted children lives in 10 regions, Tabora, Kagera, Kigoma, Mbeya, Mwanza, Dodoma, Morogoro and Ruvuma. Study show that shortage of volunteers community workers is a challenge caused young women lacking knowledge and counseling services on nutrition and Infants and Young Child Feeding. A total of volunteer community workers trained in IYCF is 10% (TDHS 2014). Lack of entrepreneurship training and capital, Lack of income to purchase nutritious food, absence of Nutrition wards and village committees that impetus for promotes nutrition and breastfeeding, shortage of health service providers trained in IYCF. A total HSP trained in IYCF is 30% are among the factors leading remained the problem of malnutrition in rural areas of Tanzania.

    How will this project solve the problem?

    The project want to provide nutrition education and breastfeeding for the first six months, encourage women to breastfeed their children the milk of mother in the first six months. Young mothers, nurses and volunteers are trained in nutrition, breastfeeding the children the milk of mother in the first six months. The nutrition care & support for children & pregnant, and breastfeeding women, Empowering groups of young girls to continue in orange fresh sweet potatoes cultivation including those with HIV, AIDS, TB and other chronic conductions such as diabetes and hypertension.

    Potential Long-Term Impact

    1. Increased the level of breastfeeding babies exclusively breastfed for the first six months at least 50 percent by 2025.
    • 500 people from rural areas of Tanzania has trained in Infants and Young Child Feeding by 2018.

    • 5 groups of young mothers have been empowered and are continuing in the field of Orange Fresh Sweet Potatoes.

    • There is a Ward nutrition committee that are working in Impetus for promote nutrition in rural areas.

    1. The problem of malnutrition has reduced in Tanzania by 2025.

    2. 500 People have educated on nutrition, child feeding and breastfeeding only the milk of mother for the first six months by 2018/2019.

    THEORY OF CHANGE

    I am trying to solve the problem of malnutrition that is threat the health and survival of children and women in rural areas of Tanzania.

    KEY BENEFICIARIES

    • Young mother who are in childbearing age.
      ![alt text](FB_IMG_1522953789394.jpg image url)

    • Health Service
      ![alt text](SAM_0112.JPG image url)

    • Volunteer community workers.
      ![alt text](imageFB_IMG_1522953502780.jpg url)

    POINTS TO REACH BENEFICIARIES

    • Under nutrition basics
    • Better nutrition during the pregnancy and breastfeeding.
    • Role of Infants and Young Child Feeding in child survival growth and development
    • How to breastfeed child
    • Important of orange fresh sweet potatoes in reducing malnutrition

    MEASURABLE

    1. Training 5 project staffs by 3 day on how to manage the project needs $ 100
    2. Training 100 nurses and volunteers by 8 days needs $ 150
    3. Training 100 young mothers by 3 days needs $ 200
    4. Conduct quarterly meeting to 60 nutrition committee by 3 days needs $ 250
    5. Support and empower 10 groups of women to continue in OFSP cultivation needs $ 300

    IN KINDS

    1. 10 motorcycles for providers community workers
    2. 14 Computers for staffs and health service providers.
      1. Water pumps for OFSP cultivation irrigation.
    3. 1 Projector machine for trainings.

    PROJECT STAFFS

    1. Project team leader
    2. Project coordinator
    3. Project accountant
    4. Field officer

    CONTACT PERSONAL
    Japhet Aloyce Kalegeya
    P.O.Box 545, Nzega, Tanzania.
    Phone +255565893
    Email, kalegeya@yahoo.com

    BANK ACCOUNT
    Account name :- Christian Education and Development Organization (CEDO)
    Account number :- 51110005578
    Bank name :- National Microfinance Bank (NMB)
    Bank address:- 161103,Nzega Branch, Tabora, Tanzania.

    THE LOCATION OF PROGRAM
    The program is located at Nzega District, Tabora region, Tanzania.

    THE PROGRAM SECTORS FOCUSED
    The program is focused in the sector of health and agriculture as the guideline for the Councils for the preparation of plan and budget for nutrition 2012.

    Nzega district is among the seven Districts of Tabora region. Most parts of the district are located in the Northern part of Tabora region, shares borders with Shinyanga Rural district in the North, Uyui district in the South, Kahama district on the West and Igunga district lies on the East side of the District.

    NZEGA HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS TRAINED IN IYCF.
    In year 2015, provision of Health service was made possible through the availability of 49, health facilities including 2 hospitals, 4 health centres and 43 dispensaries. Besides, facilities available, there are 5 health service providers and 4 volunteer community workers trained in Infants and Young Child Feeding (IYCF).

    AGRICULTURE.
    The economy of Nzega is led by agriculture, of which employs about 74.9% of the total labour force of residents.

    CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CEDO)

    Christian Education and Development Organization was registered June 2010, under Non-Governmental Organizations Act, 2002 with registration No ooNGO/oooo3928. The organization is operates in Tanzania Mainland, according to its governing and constitution.

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