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BOX C/O 1144
EMAIL: werudo15@yahoo.com
WEBSITE: www.werudo.org
CONTACT: +255 754 049 331/ +255 782 622 580.




We are pleased to put forward our request of partnering with your organization to help Women movements in Kigoma Rural and Tanzania at large. WERUDO is a community based organization working in Kigoma Rural areas to support women social, economic and cultural movements to wards self reliance in their families and community.
Following the research carried out by the organization in collaboration with twsedhro,and Jikomboe community group soon after registration, we have revealed that, rural community with regards to women are poor because of a number of factors a described here under
(i) Lack of entrepreneurial education and training opportunities that would help them to diversify their economy.
(ii) Inadequate use, ownership and access to land resource that is a key factor of production to rural women and National at large.
(iii) Poor and in appropriate managing, preservation, and control over family resources for beneficial programs.
(iv) Cultural believes and stereotype on women in managing, owning, controlling, and making decision in beneficial matters to their life.
(v) Insufficient access to relevant and accurate health knowledge and information.
(vi) Challenges on parenting practices.
(vii) Long distance walking searching for water.

We are aiming to reach about 78% of rural women in 2013-2014 with;

Project title

1. Capacity building on land ownership based on Tanzania village land act 1999.

Project goal
To develop ground for peaceful resolution of prevailing land conflicts to women in kigoma rural to the extent where they can appropriately and effective take over and make use of local available land for their own development.

Project objectives

To enable rural people understand and use village land act, 1999, for advocating and strengthening appropriate capacity of treating their development and resolving prevailing land conflicts.

To provide poor people in Kigoma rural with relevant information with regards to land use and ownership.

To assist people in rural area on how land tenure in their local context is being misused to the extent where majority of women are remain landless.

To teach and assist rural people on how to assemble themselves in resolving their matters relating to land following strategically approach and organ responsible for land conflict resolution.

Project significance to the district.

• The implementation of this project will provide baseline to district Authority to establish land jurisdiction in Kigoma rural district.

• Will also be helpful in implementing national land policy at a district level and national at large.

• The project will provide framework for formation of village, and ward land committee to district Authority and civil societal organizations.

Organization planning.

Project methods and strategies.

• Creation of centers that will become a stone corner for training and workshop and community meeting to raise awareness of village land act1999.

• The project will host a discussion forum to sensitize community on village land act 1999 on TBC1 and KWIZERA Radio to reach people and community at large.

• The project will print, translate, and distribute, copies of this land act, to village local government departments, societal organizations and few representatives.

Project outcome

Women have identified appropriate organ to claim their right patterning to land resources from 05% to 47% in Kigoma rural area by the end of the program.
Lawful and appropriate land use, management, and control to women are in place basing on Tanzania village land act, 1999 in Kigoma rural area by the end of the program.
Women have equal right to use, own and access to land in the community by the end of project.
65% of community have village and ward formed land committee by the end of the project.

Project title:

2. Awareness campaign on women reproductive health.
Project goal: To improve infant and maternal health to rural women to the extent where they can effectively utilize health knowledge and information to improve and top-up quality of their health status and living span that will help them in participation of development programs in their community.

Project objective:

(i) To assist rural women to identify and recognize appropriate infant and maternal nutritional food.
(ii)To provide rural women with right and relevant health knowledge and information.
(iii)To teach rural women on how to evaluate changes in infant and maternal mortality rate.

Project outcome;

(a)Reduced infant and maternal mortality rate by 46% in Kigoma rural area by the end of project.
(b)58 Rural women will be peer educators and good ambassadors to their community as well as teaching partners in the field of health knowledge and information after the project phase out.
(c) 47 midwives trained and given birth groves in Kigoma rural area.
(d) 145 pregnant women trained on prevention of mother to child HIV/AIDS
(e)70 nurses trained on infant and maternal nutritional food.

Project strategies and plan

(i) Creation of centers in Kigoma rural for workshops and training.
(ii) Establishment of Automobile health library in Kigoma rural areas.
(iii) Discussion forum on media.
(iv) Households education


Education on family and parenting roles and control over child development.

Project goal,
is to establish parenting program persistently to help parents learn parenting skills, control, and basic caring skills that have positive effects to the social and economic development of their child, to the extent where the increasingly number of house girls (child labor) in Kigoma rural district may be reduced.

Project purpose,
The purpose of the project is to improve parenting roles, responsibilities and control over child development in their families.

Project objectives,
To build awareness on family and parenting control over child development.
To enable parents and family at large to recognize and practice variety reinforcements that make children increase the likelihood of response recurring. The objective here is to enable parents make use of pleasant things that are likely to increase the occurrence of required behaviors, basing on the consequences of their behaviors.

To help parents to determine appropriately child punishments where they go wrong under self control and direction. This objective will help parents to determine appropriate stimuli or ways to discourage children from inappropriate behavior and misconducts in their families.

To assist parents and family in aggregate to identify and make use of various family resources for family health (child development). This objective will help parents and family to use family resources for satisfying each family member needs and grateful through production.

To train parents on how to manage and conserve family resources for effective child development and family healthier. The focus with this objective is to help parents how to plan, implement plans and evaluate plans on the basis of family goals, aspirations, intents and values require for effective.

Project strategies/activities

Creation of centers in 4 wards that will become a stone corner for providing parental nurturing skills and experience through workshops, community meetings and trainings.
Conducting 2 meetings with 45 leaders of children cabinets at a village and ward levels in Kigoma rural.
Conducing a 4 workshops 4 districts in Kigoma
Hosting a training of two weeks for 60 heads of household and leaders from local government authority. These will conduct and host parental educational programs even after program phase out.
Distribution of fliers showing family and parental roles, control responsibilities, and children’s rights in their growth and development. In addition, tishets will be distributed to participants to capture parent mind on program purpose.
Hosting a one month forum discussion on media to reach the community at larger.

Project outcome.
Parents have plans on how to ensure children access to programs that are beneficial to their development from 05% to 45% parents in Kioma rural by 2014
Parents have managed and conserved family resources to raise the rate of economy to meet child needs, from 17% to 51% parents in Kigoma rural by 2014
Lawful and appropriate ways of treating child are in place according to Tanzania child development policy.
12 wards have persistently parenting educational program in Kigoma rural by 2014.


Women Empowerment and Rural Development Organization (WERUDO) is working with PANITA AND KIKANGONET networks to get hold its general goal.
We inspirite that you are in the position to look one document after another so that you consider us in partnership with your organization.

With regards,

Abbakary Haliye

M. Director

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