Envaya
Uru rupapuro ruragaragazwa mu rurimi rw'umwimerere Icyongereza. Edit translations

We are promoting and encouraging good health, education, awareness and social  inclusion for women, girls and children with disabilities in Tanzania.

 

Amakuru agezweho
Songambele Initiative Organisation yongeyeho 2 Amakuru agezweho.
September is Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) awareness month. – Songambele raising awareness about disability caused by spinal cord injury – Key factsEvery year, around the world, between 250 000 and 500 000 people suffer a spinal cord injury... Soma ibindi
26 Nzeli, 2019
Songambele Initiative Organisation hari ibyo yahinduye kuri Imishinga paje.
Peer to Peer Education (PPE) – Peer to Peer Education (PPE) is a transfer of skills and information from experienced disables individual who have been trained to train who are currently not aware of available resources and help. This innovative rehabilitation approach, pioneered by disabled people, facilitates an... Soma ibindi
11 Kamena, 2019
Songambele Initiative Organisation hari ibyo yahinduye kuri Ikipe paje.
Founder members: – 1. Ms. Faustina Urassa – (wheelchair user) – 2. Mr. Abdullah Munish – (wheelchair user) – 3. Ms. Magreth Urassa – 4. Mrs. Doris Kweka ... Soma ibindi
22 Gicurasi, 2019
Songambele Initiative Organisation yashyizeho Amakuru agezweho.
Songambele is organizing public events to raise awareness, acceptance and understanding for people with disabilities within our society. We are doing this from primary schools to Universities. By the very nature of the education environment there will always be students or... Soma ibindi
10 Gicurasi, 2019
Songambele Initiative Organisation yashyizeho Amakuru agezweho.
Through sports we connect together and invite people with disabilities who don’t know each other to be active together. They participate into different games of their choice and get to refresh their mind, build confident and their self-esteem and just to have a great time together. Soma ibindi
30 Mata, 2019
Songambele Initiative Organisation hari ibyo yahinduye kuri Imishinga paje.
Peer to Peer Education (PPE) – Peer to Peer Education (PPE) is a transfer of skills and information from experienced disables individual who have been trained to train who are currently not aware of available resources and help. This innovative rehabilitation approach, pioneered by disabled people, facilitates an... Soma ibindi
27 Mata, 2019
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Ibyiciro
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MOSHI, Kilimanjaro, Tanzaniya
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