September is Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) awareness month.

Songambele raising awareness about disability caused by spinal cord injury

Key facts

  • Every year, around the world, between 250 000 and 500 000 people suffer a spinal cord injury (SCI).
  • The majority of spinal cord injuries are due to preventable causes such as road traffic crashes, falls or violence.
  • People with a spinal cord injury are two to five times more likely to die prematurely than people without a spinal cord injury, with worse survival rates in low- and middle-income countries.
  • Spinal cord injury is associated with lower rates of school enrollment and economic participation, and it carries substantial individual and societal costs.

Inclusive Entrepreneurs Training

We had a great inclusive entrepreneurs training of which our participants agreed that after this training their lives will never be the same because they will do their business in a more professional way in order to make more profits.

Start where you are, use what you have, and do whatever you can!

Inclusion matters!

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 family members that have disabilities - many of whom may well have hidden disabilities.

We had a very successful training at Umbwe Boys High school.


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.

Different activities during International Womens Day celebrations

Explaining our activities to the guest of honorable, Agnes Okororo Rombo DC who present Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner

Talking to children with disabiities at Moshi Technical Secondary School


The national NGO Registrar from the Ministry of Community Development, Gender and Children of Tanzania, Neema M. Mwanga meeting with NGOs in Kilimanjaro region to discus various issues on how to run NGOs effectively and efficiently

Songambele round table meeting to network with other organization which are not working with disabled people. Development sustainable goals was discussed and at the end of the meeting 6 participated organizations agreed that, the meeting was eyes opener to the them and because disability is a cross culture issue they should include people with disabilities in their programs.

They see our disabilities, we see our abilities. We are differently abled.

Happy New Year!!

Celebrating our ABILITY on International Day for persons with disabilities.
'Empowering of persons with disabilities and ensure Inclusiveness and Equity"

Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) workshop for people with disabilities, family members, health providers, DPO’s, NGO and government official. The objective of the workshop was to identify the challenges facing people with disabilities and how to overcome them.