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Tanzania Environmental, Health and Disability Services Organization

Tanzania Environmental, Health and Disability Services Organization

Mwanza, Tanzania

A school boy at Kurukerege Primary School living in Kurukerege village, Musoma Rural Mara region Tanzania. The boy was visited by TEHDSO leaders in 2016 at school and his family when conducting baseline survey for pupils with disability against their physical, mental awareness v/v school situation and academic performance and their social interactions and acceptance in the community and family. The boy is attending to school with many difficulties compared with other pupils who has no disability. His performance sometimes is interrupted with his disability. His family is poor.He said that was born with disability (congenital disability) of which,both pedals are deformed. The family struggled looking for medical assistance but there is no success at all. Everybody within the family has given up continuing struggling for improvement of this congenital malformation due to lack of knowledge and poverty. He walks about 6 kilometers to school everyday including other family activities eg fetching water from Lake Victoria (almost 8km from his residence) and goes to farm. So, if you’re touched and wish to support, Please contact us for more info on how you will donate.

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A school boy at Kurukerege Primary School living in Kurukerege village, Musoma Rural Mara region Tanzania. The boy was visited by TEHDSO leaders in 2016 at school and his family when conducting baseline survey for pupils with disability against their physical, mental awareness v/v school situation and academic performance and their social interactions and acceptance in the community and family. The boy was born without any health problems, but during early life parents started seeing eye problems. They decided to take their child to medical services; there were some improvement but the problem

won’t cured, currently the boy has completely with eye problem with interrupted sight. This condition is putting this young boy to soon end up to blindness and his future is going to end up. So, if you’re touched and wish to support, Please contact us for more info on how you will donate.

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A school boy at Kurukerege Primary School living in Kurukerege village, Musoma Rural Mara region Tanzania. The boy was visited by TEHDSO leaders in 2016 at school and his family when conducting baseline survey for pupils with disability against their physical, mental awareness v/v school situation and academic performance and their social interactions and acceptance in the community and family. The boy is attending to school with many difficulties compared with other pupil who has no disability. His performance sometimes is interrupted with his disability. His family is poor. The boy was born without any health problems, but then started complaining of fever, abdominal pain and constipation. The boy was taken to hospital for medical assistance. He was diagnosed to have intestinal obstruction. Laporatomy done and intestinal released including anastomoses. By now the boy is complaining abdominal pain and discomfort which is so recurrent, the condition that makes him not to attend to school in some school days and poor concentration while in school. So, if you’re touched and wish to support, Please contact us for more info on how you will donate.

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The Community Health Workers on orientation to HIV Testing and Disclosure training held in Mwanza at Midland hotel in 2018 which facilitated by some of the TEHDSO leaders.

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The Community Health Workers on orientation to HIV Testing and Disclosure training held in Mwanza at Midland hotel in 2018 which facilitated by some of the TEHDSO leaders.

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The Facilitator Mr.Gaston Kakungu(TEHDSO Kagera Regional

Coordinator) Lecturing to Community Health Workers at Midland Hotel, Mwanza region Tanzania in 2018. The training was on orientation to HIV Testing and Disclosure.

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The Facilitator Dr Joseph Musagasa,(TEHDSO Executive Director) Lecturing to  Community Health Workers at Midland Hotel, Mwanza region Tanzania in 2018.The training was on orientation to HIV Testing and Disclosure.

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