Kiota for Women's Health and Development (KIWOHEDE) is a non- profit health, rights and development advocacy organization for women and Children founded in 1998 by activist health workers. The organization was formally registered in 1999 with a registration number 8581. Since its commencement, KIWOHEDE used social economical and development activities as the organizing principle of its project to serve women, children, youth and the community. KIWOHEDE's focus and concern has been on vulnerability of children, youth and women on different forms of abuse, sexual violence and exploitations jeopardize their health and dignity.
Based in Buguruni, one of the low-income areas in Dar es Salaam, KIWOHEDE is committed to work with poor communities in Tanzania to promote, children, youth, women's dignity and respect of their rights to lead healthful and non-traumatized life. Up to now KIWOHEDE works in seven regions in Tanzania. The regions are Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Arusha, Singida, Iringa, Mbeya and Ruvuma. In these regions KIWOHEDE has 22