ABOUT HOPE CENTRE FOR CHILDREN, GIRLS AND WOMEN IN TANZANIA
Hope Centre for Children, Girls and Women in Tanzania (HCCGWT) is a registered Non-Partisan, Non-profit, Non-Governmental Organization established in 2014, with registration number 00NGO/00007522. Hope Centre has established as a national organization. Established as an advocacy for children, girls and women rights. HCCGWT emerged to find the problems, challenges and find solutions which are faced by children, girls and women in Tanzania. HCCGWT is led by young people who believes that change is within and nothing without us. Furthermore, when you empower and invest in girls and women everyone wins but boys and men need to be involved and engaged.
VISION, MISSION & CORE VALUES
VISION: Committed to becoming a leader in promoting a literate, healthy, equitable and empowered community of children, girls, youths and women in Tanzania.
MISSION: To continuously provide inspiration and empowerment to children, girls, youths and women so that they may be able to achieve equitable socio-economic and political development in Tanzania.
HCCGWT believes that educating and empowering children, particularly girls, is fundamental to a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable future for Tanzania
Hope Centre Board Members
Hope Centre for Children, Girls and Women is governed by a board of well-known civil society leaders. The board has a commitment to 75% youth and women representation and includes standing positions for the following sectors:
- Children and Youth
- Women’s advocacy organisations
- People living with HIV and AIDS
- Youth and children
HOPE CENTRE FOR CHILDREN, GIRLS AND WOMEN BOARD MEMBERS
Prof. Senga Kali Pemba
Professor Senga Pemba is a Director of Tanzanian Training Centre for International Health Ifakara (TTCIHI). He is a professional in MEDICAL EDUCATION and HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT with extensive knowledge and experience in Human Resource Policy development, Strategic Planning, Management and Development of HRH Evaluation of Health Programmes, Quality Assurance, Institution Capacity Assessment/building, Development of Health Learning Materials and Research gained from developing and developed countries.Additionally, has worked at various levels with the Tanzanian Ministry of Health, Ugandan Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health, College of Health Sciences Moi University, Kenya and various Human Resource Development Projects in various countries.
HOPE CENTRE FOR CHILDREN, GIRLS AND WOMEN TEAM MEMBERS
Nguika Judith Fonkem
Hamisi Fakhi Hamisi
Zuena Harun Masumay