Mbeya Juvenile Orphans
We deal with the Orphan children who have lost their beloved parents because of the HIV
AIDS. We provide them with meals three days a week. And the meals provided include: Rice,
meat, beans, fruits, drinks and vegetables.
Ingredients used to cook the meals are: cooking oil, tomatoes and onions.
We have a cooking team of eight ladies who are committed to cook food for the orphans and
have volunteered to do it without any salaries.
We help them with:
School Uniforms, Medical Treatments, School fees, Stationary: Exercise books, Pens & pencils
Shoes, Soaps and School Bags
MBEYA JUVENILE ORPHANS CENTRES
We have Five Orphans Day Centres
There are 250 children in this center, which is 80 kilometres away from Mbeya City
Centre alongside the Highway to Malawi Border in the villages.
ITETE (IGEMBE) WARD CENTER
This center has 300 orphans and it is located 70 kilometres away from Mbeya City centre in the
village which is 8 kilometres away from the Highway Mbeya/Malawi Road.
MBEYA ORPHANS DAY CARE CENTER
This centre is located at Mwajelwa Mafiat Area center of the city with 250 orphans.
MBOZI ORPHANS DAY CARE CENTER
This center is alongside the Highway of Tanzania Zambia Road. This center has 250 Orphans.
TUKUYU ORPHANS DAY CARE CENTER
This center is located in Tukuyu, about 60 kilometers from Mbeya City. This center has 250
The children in all these centers are aged from 4 – 15 years.
Mbeya Bamboo Women
Mbeya Bamboo Women Multipurpose Co-operative Society Ltd. is a community based organazation which is established in 1997, providing bamboo crafts trainings and more needed employment oppoturnities for the women in Mbeya region of Tanzania. Our goal is to empower the women and make their life better one by making and selling valuable hand-made bamboo products.
Our aim is to achieve women's empowerment, community development and environmental security. By conducting trainings and giving job opportunities, we hope to see each of the women being confident on herself with their stunning skills in bamboo-making. Our primary forcus is on benefiting poor rural communities within a sustainable environmental framework.