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Bunju Multipurpose Project funded by Weworld, efforts continued with its efforts of improving and strengthening the capacity of the KIWOHEDE Bunju B Multipurpose training Center, which shelters and supports children who are victims of trafficking, commercial sexual exploitation, domestic work, domestic violence, sexual violence (including rape resulting from children’s own fathers and other members of the families) and those who underwent child marriage and are young mothers. The targeted direct beneficiaries’ age is 10-21 years (90% girls, 10% boys). In the year 2019, Bunju Center targeted out to new cases identified of 50 HDVC&Y from all parts of Dar es Salaam plus 147 students already identified in the year 2018. Out of the 147, 3 students were attending the primary public schools, 129 students are attending the Basic Open Distance Education Learning Program (ODL) and 15 students the Vocational Education and Training (VET) program at the Bunju Multipurpose Center. In the year 2019 and 2020, the total number of targeted beneficiaries at the Center was 200 (53 newly identified and 147 already benefiting from the program). This project is funded by Weworld Tanzania and Kiota London.

 ASRH PROJECT-Simiyu, Dodoma, and Kigoma
Kiota Women’s Health and Development Organization (KIWOHEDE), a non–governmental organization is implementing a project called “Improving access of SRH/FP information to young women” in Simiyu, Dodoma and Kigoma regions with funds from UNFPA. The targeted project beneficiaries are adolescent and youth aged 10-24 years. The project aims at providing information and creating demands to access and utilization of youth friendly services corners (YFSCs) so as to help youths and young women to have the access for accurate information and the safe, effective, affordable and acceptable contraception methods of their choice on when to decide having children, number of children and when to stop having children. In addition to that youth to be informed and empowered to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and helping young women to have access to services that help them to have a fit pregnancy, safe delivery and health baby. The project has trained about 110 health providers on provision of youth friendly services, trained about 165 youth as peer educators and refurbishment of 13 youth friendly services corners for the provision of SRH information and services to the targeted project areas. 

Under the support of United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) this project is conducted by involving 65 peer educators who were trained and allocated at 13 Youth Friendly Services corners (YFSCs). These YFSC’s were built in all six districts of Simiyu region which are Bariadi TC, Bariadi DC, Maswa DC, Itilima DC, Busega and Meatu DC with the main aim of providing the access of friendly services to Youth concerning their sexual and reproductive health. In Kigoma the project is implemented in five councils of Kasulu TC, Kasulu DC, Kibondo DC, Kakonko DC and Uvinza DC while in Dodoma region the project is implemented in two councils; Chamwino DC and Dodoma City council.

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