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TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA (NGO),
P.O. BOX 27
KIOMBOI, IRAMBA – SINGIDA.
04/06/2013


ANY WHO MAY BE CONCERNED
Dear Sir/Madam,
REQUEST FOR GRANT ASSISTANCE OF THE WAY FORWARD OF OUR NGO PROGRAM.
Kindly refer to the heading above, we are Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania, a Registered Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Registration Certificate No.00NGO00004768 Made under Section 12(2) of Act no. 24 of 2002 Of the United Republic of Tanzania mainland.
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, Executive Committee, Community through CSOs and Tumaini Group Kirumi members, I am honored to put forward our request for a Grant Assistance to any area of the Way Forward of our NGO s’ Program for any Financial year start from July, 2013 to June 2018.
The aim is To Ease the Pain of the Suffering of the Poor and Discriminated Population in Social and Economic benefits starting from the grassroots.
Members of Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania and CSOs are very much interesting to work with ANY ORGANIZATION/SPONSOR to serve the poor and neediest population in marginalized areas in Tanzania mainland. I enclosed this message with some Official documents that will lead you in highly consideration of our request. We highly kindly need your Assistance.
Thanks in advance and best regards.
………………………………
(Mathew Leonard)
CHIEF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,
TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA (NGO)






TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA
(NGO PROFILE)
TUGRO - KIRUMI (TZ)
 
1st MAY, 2003.
The aim of TUGRO-KIRUMI (TZ) is to Create sustainable conducive living environment, life expectancy by providing Quality Health services, quality Education, Quality social needs lead to rural development, Building capacity of Civil Society Organizations, Gender equity and protecting Artificial and Natural environment in collaboration with local government, community members and other stakeholders start from the grassroo
1. BASIC INFORMATION OF TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA (NGO)
• Full name of the Organization: Tumaini Group kirumi Tanzania
• Acronym: TUGRO - KIRUMI (TZ)
• Types of Organization: Non Governmental Organization.
• Date of establishment: 1, May 2003
• Place of Establishment: Eastern Province in Iramba District.
• Date of Registration: 15 July, 2011
• Registration number: No. 00NGO00004768 Made under Section
12(2) of Act no. 24 of 2002
Of the United Republic of Tanzania.
• Head office: Old Kiomboi - Iramba
• Mailing address: P.o.box 27 Kiomboi Iramba - Singida
• Telephone number: 0785-600522/0753655656
• Physical Address: Old-Kiomboi Iramba - Singida
• Area of Operation: Tanzania Mainland
• Language to be used: Kiswahili and English.
• Email Address: t.tumainigroupkirumi@yahoo.com
• Web site: www.envaya.org/kirumi/projects
• Name of Chief Executive Director: Mathew Leonard Masanja.
• Contact Person: Dedan William Rutazika
• Designation: Asst. Chief Executive Director
• Contact Address: P.o.box 27 Kiomboi – Iramba.
• Telephone number: +255784472494
2.LEGAL STATUS:
• The Organization shall be Non-Governmental Organization, Non- political, Non-profit making, Non- religion, Non-tribe oriented. Organization was established under and subject to exclusive jurisdiction of laws of Tanzania.
• The Organization shall be committed to serve the neediest people of the marginalized areas in Tanzania mainland; to leave their suffering and to promote the transformation of their condition of life.
• Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania (NGO) shall be independent organ, with its own seal and shall have power to sue and to be sued in the Court of law.
• Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania (NGO) shall have all power to enter any agreement and contract at any time and shall have mandate to do any act (s) like any other independent organs.
• To do all lawful things and acts as are conducive to or necessary for attainment of the objectives of Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania (NGO).
• Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania (NGO) shall develop friendly relations or partnerships among local and international NGO, Agencies based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and to take other appropriate measures to strengthen on supporting them on alleviation ignorance, poverty and diseases.
3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION OF THE ORGANIZATION.
Central Zone of Tanzania plateau of Singida and Dodoma Regions, as a Case study of this project is just part of similar Regions in Tanzania Mainland which have depended on subsistence Agriculture for its survival for centuries. Due to global warming and environmental changes, the area is experiencing frequent devastating draught and crop failures. Wide spread food shortages and starvation are occurring with greater frequency in the area of Central Tanzania.
Education and development of markets for cottage industries production can provide the means for many people to earn cash. With a few cash, families can purchase food from outside the Regions. Without cash there is no food and the very young and the very old suffer most, people dies! Of Malnutrition, Communicable diseases, HIV/AIDS and other serious tropical diseases hence loss of community man power especially to the very young people. Many places in Central zone of Tanzania, children abscond schools due to several factors including lack of Uniforms, Exercise books, School bags, Ruler, Ball pens and School contributions and those who attend school are not acquiring the expected knowledge, as this is evidenced by many children who are leaving schools with low level of reading, writing, and arithmetic skills.
Due to that circumstances, in 2003 the community in collaboration with the founder of the Organization in the same voice we declared to Establish Non- Governmental Organization that we named TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA (NGO) and its motto named as:
“Unite: Care the Disadvantaged People.”
Meanwhile to have a strong and sustainable tool for Easing the Pain of the Suffering of the Poor and Disadvantaged Population who are suffering from exploitation, abuse, denied from good and quality social services and their voices are not being heard that lead to the lowering of their life expectancy, increasing the dependency ratio, reduction in productivity and increasing ignorance, poverty and diseases in the community. The aim is to fight against Ignorance, Poverty and Diseases that hinder Social, Cultural and Economic development also to ensure for education to Pre primary and Primary School Children to fulfill their promise of a better future. Greater effort must be placed to promote Quality Health services, Quality Education, Quality social needs leading to rural development, Building capacity of Civil Society Organizations, to induce the spirit of establishing small scale enterprises groups to the society, Gender equity and protecting Artificial and Natural environment in collaboration with Local government, community members and other stakeholders starting from the grassroots by using innovative strategies to the place where the program is taking place, also to support the National efforts on reducing long-term vulnerability of Tanzanian’s citizens in accordance with the Tanzania Millennium Development Goals (TMDG).
4. VISION AND MISSION
i). VISION:-
Have a high level and sustainable development and to make sure that most vulnerable population within the grassroots reach their full potential with high quality.

ii). MISSION:-
To support the delivery of social services through networking, capacity building, advocacy, and lobbying, in a manner that, Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania will be responsible and committed to ensuring transparency, accountability, quality, equity, availability, by all men and women who living in the circumstances of social and economic disadvantaged in the grassroots.
• To pursue this mission through integrated, holistic commitment for transformational development; that is community based and sustainable focused on the needs of the most vulnerable population and public awareness that leads to informed understanding,giving,involved and partnership.
5. OUR VALUES OF EXCELLENCE AND BENEFICIARIES .
i. OUR VALUES OF EXCELLENCE
• We will work to ensure that our services are Non discriminatory and hold the principles of equality at the heart of our work.
• The management team will practice and advocate integrity, in all its forms, and all of our activities, also will operate in a policy of “ Zero Tolerance” on all forms of corruption both locally and internationally.
• We will be open, transparency and honest. We will communicate clearly all that we will do whilst adhering to confidentiality protocols, we will hold ourselves accountable to our actions and to the constituencies we are serving.
• All programs or services of Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania will be performed in a high quality.
• The management team of Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania shall be responsible for maintaining the quality of the program performance.
• Beneficiaries of Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania shall posses the knowledge, understanding and capability to identify and resolve their problems. Staff of Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania shall facilitate the process.
• The management team shall remain strict to their work plan and demonstrate accountability to the Organization.
ii. OUR BENEFICIARIES
To further the social and economic goals to disadvantaged and the neediest population including;
• Children.
• Orphans and vulnerable children.
• Youth. (Adolescents age)
• Caregivers (Elderly people and Child-headed households)
• People living with HIV/AIDS.
• People with disabilities
• Rural populations.
• Widows especially women.
6. GOAL AND OBJECTIVES.
i). GOAL.
The Goal of TUGRO-KIRUMI (TZ) is to Create sustainable conducive living environment, life expectancy by providing Quality Health services, Quality education, Quality social needs lead to rural development, Building capacity of Civil Society Organizations, to induce the spirit of establishing small scale enterprises groups to the society, Gender equity and protecting Artificial and Natural environment in collaboration with local government, community members and other development stakeholders starting from the grassroots.
ii). OBJECTIVES.
To Ease the Pain of the Suffering of the Poor and Discriminated Population in Social and Economic benefits starting from the grassroots.
iii). SPECIFIC AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:-
a). QUALITY HEALTH SERVICES.
i). To develop and support program that promote critical Health services including Maternal health, infant health care, nursing home and elderly care, HIV/AIDS awareness, nutrition and feeding program.
b). QUALITY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES.
ii). To ensure all Orphans and vulnerable/ abandoned children receive full potential starting from Kindergartens, Pre Primary schools, , Primary school, Secondary school, Vocational training and job creation to fulfill their promise of a better future and to eliminate Gender disparity.
d). To establish Development Information Centers and Community Response Program.

c). QUALITY SOCIAL NEEDS LEAD TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT.
iii).To support program that lead to community development in rural areas such as Education, Health (reduction of child mortality, improve maternal health and combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other serious tropical diseases), water, Agriculture and livestock keeping.
iv). To promote and support income generating activities/program to caregivers by establishing Agricultural and livestock groups, gardening, carpentry and other works that related to income generating activities.
v). To promote projects that aimed to reduce extreme poverty and hunger in the society and to empower community members on food security at house hold levels in the grassroots.
d). BUILDING CAPACITY OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS AND SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES GROUP.
vi). To promote and support different program that lead to capacity building to the society through CSOs in different skills and experience so that to rescue people from poverty, this will be done by promoting Talent Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies through facilitating education on good governance, basic management skills and to provide Loan.
e). GENDER EQUITY AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT.
vii). Encouraging the observance of human rights, eliminate gender gape and encouraging good governance at large.
viii). To fight against all forms of women discrimination such as female genital mutilation, rape, battering, Male chauvinism as an immoral culture and to promote moral culture and women empowerment.

f). PROTECTING ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENT.
ix). To promote and support villages, groups, CSOs and schools on practices of conservation of Natural Resources, environmental conservation and sanitation, facilitate a forestation in affected area, to promote economic sustainability and self reliance to the poor and discriminated population in Tanzania main land.

7. CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION.
• In all cases the creativity and innovation will be appreciated in the whole project or program cycle by the community and all stakeholders of the organization.
8. DISCIPLINE.
• The Organization team shall remain committed to the policy, procedures and system of the Organization.
• Any violation of rules and regulations would be treated seriously and disciplinary action would be taken accordingly.

9. MAJOR PROGRAM THAT TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA ALREADY ACCOMPLISHED SINCE 2006 TO 2012.
a). QUALITY HEALTH SERVICES FOCUSED ON;
i. Supporting 60 people living with HIV/AIDS and 24 pregnancy women in Singida Regional Hospital.
• Nourishment meals and fruits .
• Transport fare to Hydom Hospital for CD 4 Count and ARV taking.
b).QUALITY EDUCATION SERVICES FOCUSED ON ;
• Supporting 306 most vulnerable populations for payment of community Health Fund (CHF).
• Supporting of 133 Orphans and Vulnerable Children from Ibaga, Igengu, Mkalama, Ilongo, Mpambala, Mkiko and Kinyambuli Primary Schools also Nkinto Secondary School students focuses on school uniform and classroom materials
• Supporting 33 orphans for the payment of school fees and classroom materials including school uniform, exercise books, ball pens, ruler, schoolbags and mathematical sets.
ii. Total clients served 556 out of 1000 that was expected (56%)
c). INNOVATIVE APPROACH OF ACCOMPLISHING OF THE PROJECT.
S/NO. METHODS USED ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT. IMPUTS NEEDED ACTORS
1 Community involvement and paradigm shift. a). To conduct community meetings for sensitizations
b). To conduct community identification of targeted clients.
c). To disseminate program information. -Stationeries -News letters.
-Minutes of different meetings.
Photos.
-Printed handouts.
-Marker pens
-Flip charts.
-Hired transport equipments.
-Hired porch.
-Tracts.
-Funds.
-Data bank. -NGO and CSOs leaders.
-LGA leaders (WEO&VEO).
-DCDOs
-Stakeholders
-Donors.
-CBHC


2 Early mobilization of resources and data banking system.
To request funds from different sources.
To prepare receipts and reply after receiving funds. From intended sources.

To disseminate fund informations to CSOs and stakeholders.
3 Timely procurement and supply system of materials. To prepare quotation, quotation analysis, profoma/ profoma invoice, delivery note and special books for keeping income and expenditure to every program to simplify bank reconciliations.
To conduct meetings of the NGO, CSOs leaders and other stakeholders for distribution and supply of materials.
4 Tumaini Group Kirumi Tanzania to be the main implementer of the programs in collaboration with Donors, CSOs , LGA and stakeholders for all over the time. To conduct monitoring and evaluation system in different stages of the programs.

To conduct meetings for the production of quarterly, mid, annual and final reports and to submit to stakeholders.
To disseminate materials to clients.

10. CHALLENGES OBSERVED.
a. Death of parents of HIV/AIDS and other tropical diseases which interfere Agricultural production and Education system to all levels of study.
b. Extreme poverty and hunger to people that lead to women prostitution.
c. Poor parental care for children shown by caregivers, parents and child-headed households caused by ignorance, poverty and diseases.
d. Over population due to absence of family planning education
e. Contact with infected maternal blood at birth or through breast feeding hence spread of HIV/AIDS especially in remote areas where no Health services.
f. Poor control and management of available resources.
g. Lack of transparency and accountability that lead the people to practice corruption and bribery in the community services.
h. Lack of proper and permanent donors to run the programs that discussed and accepted by community through CSOs and executive committees of the Organization.
i. Lack of community HIV/AIDS Campaign especially in the marginalized areas.
j. The increase of orphans and vulnerable Children caused by death of their parents and caregivers of HIV/AIDS.
k. Many scholars devoted from schools and Institutional and run to urban areas seeking for domestic activities.
l. The increase of the number of Child headed house holds caused by death of their parents and caregivers of HIV/AIDS.

11. CONTRIBUTION OF THE DONORS FROM THE YEAR 2006 TO 2012.
S/NO NAME OF THE DONOR CONTRIBUTION DURATION
1 COMMUNITY RESPONSE 10007.9 $ 2006/2012
2 ACTION AID INTERNATIONAL (RFA)-SINGIDA 3,577.1 $ 2006/2008
WORLD VISION TANZANIA (OVC PROGRAM IN IRAMBA DISTRICT) 2,450 $ 2006/2007
3 STAKEHOLDERS 1,484.9 $ 2006/2012
TOTAL 175,169.9



12. TARGETED POPULATION OF THE PROGRAM FROM THE YEAR 2006/2012
• Orphans and vulnerable children.
• Caregivers (Elderly people and Child-headed households)
• People living with HIV/AIDS.

13. THE WAY FORWARD OF THE NGO.
i. TUMAINI GROUP KIRUMI TANZANIA (NGO) STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES FOR 5 YEARS (JULY 2013 TO JUNE 2018.)
The aim of the proposed strategic objectives for the span of five years from July, 2013 to June 2018 are as follow;
• To reduce infant mortality rate approximately 75% to marginalized selected areas.
• To expand availability and accessibility of critical health interventions for rural populations and improve their quality and coverage and also increase demand for maternal, neonatal and child health care services.
• Seeking to support communities in raising their voices about their rights to quality health care and will press the Government to meet its responsibilities to children, mothers, families and community at large.
• To ensure that all orphans and vulnerable children living in a circumstances of social and economic problems receive full potential of services start from pre- primary, primary, and secondary school materials.
• To look for ensuring that Children are well nourished, protected from diseases and to make sure that their Caregivers receive essential critical health services.
• To look for ensuring that Children can read, write and use numerous skills, good judgments, protect themselves, manage emotions, communicate ideas and complete the circle of basic education as a base line.
• To take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against women focuses on social and economic life such as the rights to family benefits, Bank loans and all aspects of cultural life.
• To facilitate and mobilization of CSOs, village groups, primary schools and other development stakeholders on conservation of natural environment and promote a forestation system.
• To facilitate program that aimed in eradicating extreme poverty by obtaining loan from NGO SACCOS.
• To promote community HIV/AIDS campaign by providing HIV/AIDS information especially in the marginalized areas.
• To seek for donors and enter any agreement or contract for the benefit of the societies.

The following is the priorities of the NGO objectives.
S/N NGO OBJECTIVES
AND
PRIORITY.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES.
GENERAL ACTIVITIES.
1 Quality health services Improved maternal health, infant health care, nursing home and elderly care. To facilitate community awareness and management of childhood illness.
To facilitate community sensitization on utilization of indigenous resources.
To facilitate mobile clinic, family planning education to mothers and provision of nutrition to infants and children under five years and elderly population.

Improved HIV/AIDS nutrition and feeding program Provision of nutritious food.
Provision of HIV/AIDS information for prevention and care.
2 Quality education services. Improved the delivery of basic needs to pre-primary primary and secondary school children To provide education material and education advisory to school committees on handling the orphans and vulnerable children at school.

To construct and rehabilitate of classrooms.

To provide school furniture.
3 Gender equity and women empowerment. Enabled women to fight against discrimination and other forms of suppression or oppression. To provide education and information materials concerning gender gape.
To facilitate seminars/workshops concerning gender gape.
Enabled women to be productive members of their society by using their knowledge and skills to contribute in socio-economic development. To provide sustainable income generating activities and encouraging women to join in credit cooperative societies SACCOS on utilization of Loan services.
4 Protecting artificial and natural environment. Improved village groups, CSOs, and primary schools on practices of conservation of natural resources management and natural environment resilience for sustained benefits to rural communities. To facilitate community sensitization on improving natural environment resilience and management for sustainable benefits to rural community.
To facilitate education on increasing agricultural productivity and profitability by small holder farmers.
To mobilize groups, CSOs and primary schools to see the importance of conservation of natural resources management
5 Building capacity of civil society organizations and small scale enterprises group.
Enabled community through small scale enterprises groups to fight against poverty by obtaining loan from NGO SACCOS. To facilitate training on income generating groups who are members of talent savings and credit cooperative societies SACCOS on utilization of loan
To provide loan to small scale enterprises groups.
6 Monitoring and evaluation system of the program Monitored the implementation of any selected program for financial year. To seek for excellence for every program.

14. OPERATIONAL AREAS AND BENEFICIARIES OF THE INTENDED PROGRAM FOR THE FY JULY, 2013 TO JUNE, 2014.

i. OPERATIONAL AREAS.
REGION DISTRICT DIVISION WARD VILLAGE ACTORS
SINGIDA IRAMBA KISIRIRI

KIDARU LUONO
TYEGELO
KIOMBOI
TUTU
KINALILYA
OLD- KIOMBOI
MELI
SHATI
MKALAMA KIRUMI IBAGA
MKALAMA
IBAGA
IGENGU
ILONGO
MPAMBALA MPAMBALA
MKIKO


ii. BENEFICIARIES FOR FY JULY, 2013 TO JUNE, 2014.
Priorities will be given to the poor and the neediest population from marginalized areas in Singida in the district of Iramba and Mkalama to leave their suffering and to promote transformation of their condition of life as follows;
BENEFICIARIES BOYS GIRLS TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MAIN TATOL
Pre- Primary school children.  240
Primary school children. 480
Elderly population  40
Disabled. 240
Mobile clinics for infants care and family planning education to mothers 300
Total beneficiaries. 1,300

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