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AHADIWAY LIFE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

AHADIWAY LIFE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania

Introduction

 

Ahadiway life Development Initiative (AHLIDEI) is a Non Profit Organization which was formed in 2013.The organization has been duly approved and registered by the director of Non Government  Organization  ACT  no.24/2002  with  registration  No.  ooNGO0006801.The  head office of organization is situated at Tabata ward, tabata bima area. Ahadiway intend to reach communities and institutions in different parts of Tanzania Mainland.

 

The Founder have come up with the professional idea of establishing AHADIWAY LIFE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE ( AHLIDEI) after noting the problems facing, women and disabled people and entire communities, noting that society in most AHLIDEIs are faced with a variety of problems that manifest themselves.

 

These  problems  lead  to  oppression  of  some  individuals  and  groups,  poverty  of  many individuals,  poor  health and death, prevalence of  orphans in society, street  children, drug addicts, individuals that are not responsible to their families and communities, some living with HIV AIDS, poor leadership and decision making in many public service institutions, poor management and utilization of resources.

 

In that respect Ahadiway is  Focusing on Poverty as a result of inadequate opportunities, lack of information, education and skills and marginalization from the decision making process.

 

1.   VISION

Poor households and marginalized low income groups organize themselves in small communal groups for the purpose of raising amongst themselves some money into their savings to enjoy life at old ages.

 

 

2.   MISSION STATEMENT

Ahadiway has a mission of sensitizing both poor rural and urban communities on building the culture of thriftiness, micro-saving and investing in viable and sustainable economic and business activities.

 

 

3.   AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

3.1       PRIMARY AIM

Alliance for social elevation will seek to establish small groups of low income individuals in rural areas for the purpose of enabling them to save for their old age and attend their health needs

 

 

3.2       SECONDARY AIMS

Above Primary Aim notwithstanding the Alliance shall have the following secondary objectives;

 

3.2.1    To encourage the thrift among one of the largest AHLIDEI of low income and poor individuals, most of who are located in rural areas with priority being extended to the women and the youth.

3.2.2    To create awareness and encourage small group [of low income informal

sector women youth in the rural areas to accumulate micro-saving for their old age and health care.

3.2.3    To motivate, thorough retirement literacy tools, appropriate micro-saving behavior among such groups.

3.2.4    To link up a wide range of strategies to business partners in designing and

turn-key implementation of contributory pension schemes and health insurance institutions targeting the poor and marginalized communities both in the rural and urban centers.

3.2.5    To build a social security market place to enable millions of low income women and youths with modest saving to access customized pensions, health and insurance products in secure and affordable environment.

3.2.6    To assist and facilitate credit flow to rural low income group i.e. the women and the youth for the promotion and development of agriculture, fishery, livestock keeping, small-scale village industries and other rural crafts so as to secure propensity for the targeted groups.

3.2.7    To link with other civil society organizations in the campaign against rural

and urban poverty.

3.2.8    To do any other thing racially conducive to the promotion of the aforementioned aims and objectives.

 

 

 

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Comments (3)

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE
Ahadiway Life Development Initiative is focusing on the following regions.

Mara region (Musoma rural), Simiu, Shinyanga, Morogoro, Dar es salaam, Dodoma and
Costal region

However, AHLIDEI retains the flexibility to extend its areas of interaction with poor communities in any other districts in Tanzania AHLIDEI on where need arises.

6. MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS
Alliance for social elevation has so far made the following major achievements.
Acquisition of an office from where we operate at at Singida municipal Arusha road Mwenge area plot no 495.
The establishment of over 452 small groups with a total membership of an estimated number of 12,540 persons.
AHLIDEI has obtained an identification certificate from the National Economic
Empowerment Council (NEEC).


Networking with various civil society organizations such as Policy Forum, United Nation Association Tanzania (UNATZ), WiLDAF, Evirocare, WOWAP of Dodoma, TWC-Ulingo of Dar es Salaam, VICOBA FETA, TIMAP, PICS BAGS as well as financial institutions such as TPB and AKIBA commercial bank.


The establishment of a cohesive relationship with the government and its offices such as the prime minister’s office i.e. MIVARAF, the embassy of citizen economic investment, other groups such as GEPF, NHIF, UTT/AMIS, MKURUBITA are inclusive.

Today, AHLIDEI is one of the local NGO proving capacity building services in Kinondoni Municipality, Dar es salaam and Tanzania at large Cumulatively, AHLIDEI has registered 452 youth and Women Groups.

Governing Body

Governing body of AHLIDEI consists of 7 active and highly experienced people with rural development skills. Governing body members have over 10 years’ experience in the rural field with national and international exposure. This body is here in order to:-

(a). Setting the policy for the organization. This is done by:

Creating or updating the mission and vision statements
Determining the organization’s programs and services.
Approving the strategic plan.


(b). Monitoring the organization’s operations:

Hiring and periodically evaluating the organization’s Program Director.

Working with and providing support to the executive.
Approving the annual budget, annual report, etc.
Approving major contracts and grants.
Soliciting and reviewing program evaluations.




(c). Serving as a public figure for the organization

Fundraising, by directly donating to the non-profit and soliciting donations from others.
Advocating for the organization. (d). Fulfilling other board responsibilities
Documenting policies and decisions to create an organizational memory.
Preparing for and attending board meetings.
Researching and discussing issues before decisions are made.
Replacing and orienting board members when a vacancy arises.


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5. GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE
Ahadiway Life Development Initiative is focusing on the following regions.

Mara region (Musoma rural), Simiu, Shinyanga, Morogoro, Dar es salaam, Dodoma and
Costal region

However, AHLIDEI retains the flexibility to extend its areas of interaction with poor communities in any other districts in Tanzania AHLIDEI on where need arises.

6. MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS
Alliance for social elevation has so far made the following major achievements.
Acquisition of an office from where we operate at at Singida municipal Arusha road Mwenge area plot no 495.
The establishment of over 452 small groups with a total membership of an estimated number of 12,540 persons.
AHLIDEI has obtained an identification certificate from the National Economic
Empowerment Council (NEEC).


Networking with various civil society organizations such as Policy Forum, United Nation Association Tanzania (UNATZ), WiLDAF, Evirocare, WOWAP of Dodoma, TWC-Ulingo of Dar es Salaam, VICOBA FETA, TIMAP, PICS BAGS as well as financial institutions such as TPB and AKIBA commercial bank.


The establishment of a cohesive relationship with the government and its offices such as the prime minister’s office i.e. MIVARAF, the embassy of citizen economic investment, other groups such as GEPF, NHIF, UTT/AMIS, MKURUBITA are inclusive.

Today, AHLIDEI is one of the local NGO proving capacity building services in Kinondoni Municipality, Dar es salaam and Tanzania at large Cumulatively, AHLIDEI has registered 452 youth and Women Groups
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ORGANIZATION FACILITIES AVAILABLE
Alliance for social elevation is equipped with a strong board of directors with diverse qualifications, experience and professions. We have a team of highly equipped motivated full time staff, including a board of 8 members, other staff includes;
Field staff (30 coordinators)


Full time staff (6 people )
Central Executive Officer
Project manager
Training Officer
Accountant
Loan Officer
Secretary.


Governing Body

Governing body of AHLIDEI consists of 7 active and highly experienced people with rural development skills. Governing body members have over 10 years’ experience in the rural field with national and international exposure. This body is here in order to:-

(a). Setting the policy for the organization. This is done by:

Creating or updating the mission and vision statements
Determining the organization’s programs and services.

Approving the strategic plan.


(b). Monitoring the organization’s operations:

Hiring and periodically evaluating the organization’s Program Director.

Working with and providing support to the executive.
Approving the annual budget, annual report, etc.
Approving major contracts and grants.
Soliciting and reviewing program evaluations.




(c). Serving as a public figure for the organization

Fundraising, by directly donating to the non-profit and soliciting donations from others.
Advocating for the organization. (d). Fulfilling other board responsibilities
Documenting policies and decisions to create an organizational memory.
Preparing for and attending board meetings.
Researching and discussing issues before decisions are made.
Replacing and orienting board members when a vacancy arises.
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