• Conference attendants listening to one of the speaks
  • At lunch time participants were served with food
  • After group discussions participants had time to present (The district vice chairperson, Hon. Dickson Dismas)
  • A member of Conference secretariet (Miss Jesca Justine) busy recording Conference proceedings
  • Conference participants during group discussions
  • Members of the Conference secretariet
  • MMatumaini Mapya Organization Coordinator addressing the Conference
  • Members of Conference secretariet (Mr A. Mazoko and J. Makwaru) busy jotting down Conference proceedings
  • Matumaini Mapya organization coordinator elaborating someting before the Conference participants
  • Participants busy jotting down what was presented
  • One of MM supported farmers making a call to her customer before the visiting L3F team
  • Mr Abel Makassy (Principal-Gera Community Development Institute) making a contribution
  • Mr. Albogast Mutayoba, a Radio Karagwe FM reporter contributing to presented papers
  • The Missenyi district education officer presenting a paper on the state of education in Missenyi district
  • The Missenyi district education officer presenting a paper on the state of education in Missenyi district
  • The Kanyigo ward councillor Hon. Esta Rwegasira had something to contribute
  • The Missenyi social welfare officer Mr. George Katabaro
  • The Ruzinga ward executive officer (Madame Mectilida Nshunju) contributing to presented papers
  • The Tanzania L3F key players visited mobile phone companies in Bukoba town
  • The guest of honour, District Commissioner Issa Njiku taking tea with other Conference participants
  • THE GUEST OF HOUNOR, District Commissioner (Retired Colonel Issa Njiku) officiating the Conference
  • The Bukoba L3F trainees leanrning on how to develop Frontline SMS
  • The Bukoba L3F ODL& ICTs trainees were taught on how to develop Audio scripts
  • The Bukoba L3F trainees in one of the group discussions
  • The Bukoba L3F ODL& ICTs trainees were taught on how to develop Audio scripts
  • The Bukoba L3F trainees in one of the group discussions
  • Matumaini Mapya Organization Chairperson (Mr. L. B. Rwelengera) addressing the Conference
  • Mr. Christopher Kiiza (Executive Director KAYEN) continuing with his presentation
  • Mr. Edson Charles (Education officer) making a remark on his paper
  • Mr. Erasto Kishula (A lawyer for ELCT HUYAWA) presenting a paper on THE TANZANIA 2007 CHILD POLICY AND 2009 CHILD LAW
  • One of MM supported farmers showing the visiting L3F team how to write and send SMS to her customers
  • Participants busy jotting down some points from speakers
  • The Kagera Regional Education Officer (Mr. Florian Kimolo) contributing to one of the presented papers
  • The MM Coordinator and
  • The Tanzania L3F key players visited one of the radio stations in Bukoba town
  • The executive director of Kagera Youth Empowerment Network presenting his paper
  • The Missenyi district planning officer


Department of Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) department.

  •         Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) department
     

Monitoring and evaluation is an independent department that monitors all other organization departments and programs Monitoring of programs is a routine work

of our organization. During implementation of our programs it is planned to check periodically whether the work is  on or off track in order to prevent distortion before

it is too late for remedy. Evaluation of our programs bases on programs/ projects monitoring, review and follow-up reports. It   addresses technical issues,

problems/ weaknesses, successes/ strengths and significant issues as well as budget account,

 

        

 

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Our Mission.

To contribute to efforts of various women and children’s rights stakeholders in building a society in which all human beings, regardless of their status will have equal rights,opportunities,dignity,acceptance and support.

 

 

Our Vision.

 

Matumaini Mapya envisages having a society in which men, women and children enjoy equal rights and opportunities regardless of their sexes or any other status.

Our Objectives.

(i) To stand for and promote women and children’s rights

(ii) To enhance the ability of widows and orphans’ caregivers to engage in income- earning businesses in their respective areas.

 

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Matuamaini Mapya

P.O.Box 1863

Bukoba- Tanzania

Phone:

+255-732-983-238

+255-719-168-205

+255-783-500-905

E-mail: kagde2002@yahoo.com

info@matumainimapya.or.tz

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