Hope was delighted to welcome Ms. Molly and Ms. Becca Hyde from England. They met Ms. Rhobi Samwelly and some members of Hope staff. They were initially welcomed with traditional dances. Ms. Rhobi presented the project and shared the story and background of HGWT, as well as its challenges and future plans. Later, they visited … Continue reading Visitors from England
During 16 days of activism, HOPE organised filmings and Road shows at Natta Village. Through this outreach it was possible to educate and to show the film to 430 people , while 605 people took part in the road show Particularly touching was the story of Neema. Our heroine Neema Chacha educated the public about … Continue reading Neema Chacha on FGM
Butiama safe house received girls who flee from FGM. The sesonal cutting started especially in Tarime, where two clans are running the practice, namely Wairege and Bamera. Moreover, there was a testimony of one girl who had to undergo an early marriage. She shared her story with HOPE. She explained that she stopped going to … Continue reading Last news from the Safe House
In the picture above, Sijali Nyambuche is educating about Law on marriage in Tanzania, which states that a girl is supposed to get merried starting from 18 years of age. Then, Our heroine Rhobi Mwita, who managed to escape FGM, shared her story.
On Friday, a very special graduation took place at HGWT. Congrats to the girls who finished the course of entrepreneurship and tailoring at HGWT. Our Guest of Honour for this graduation is the District Commissioner of Serengeti, Mr Babu. After an inspiring speech, he distributed tailoring machine and handed the certificates to girls who graduated … Continue reading Celebrating stories of success…