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  • Organisation

    The Aqua-Farms Organisation (AFO) is a non-governmental organisation in Tanzania, founded in July 2017 by 13 young and vibrant scientists with the aim of replenishing livelihood of the coastal and lacustrine communities. This is done through the sustainable use of aquatic resources in line with culture, heritage as well as fisheries and aquaculture. Aqua-Farms works with women and youth as the key stakeholders of change in the community.

    It’s promoting utilising aquatic resources through carrying out trainings for youth in secondary schools on aquatic resources and their biological and economic potentiality. AFO- envisions to replenish aquatic resources with community-based conservation and sustainable aquaculture.

    • Organisation

      The Aqua-Farms Organisation (AFO) is a non-governmental organisation in Tanzania, founded in July 2017 by 13 young and vibrant scientists with the aim of replenishing livelihood of the coastal and lacustrine communities. This is done through the sustainable use of aquatic resources in line with culture, heritage as well as fisheries and aquaculture. Aqua-Farms works with women and youth as the key stakeholders of change in the community.

      It’s promoting utilising aquatic resources through carrying out trainings for youth in secondary schools on aquatic resources and their biological and economic potentiality. AFO- envisions to replenish aquatic resources with community-based conservation and sustainable aquaculture.

    • Project

      The project Hapo Zamani za Kale is incorporating books into multimedia solutions by rolling out audiobooks and children-animated films to address Tanzanian culture so as to contribute towards enhancing learning materials, literacy rate and promoting the culture of reading (SDG 4). The project further is reducing the unemployment by working with a total of 15 local artists who will be economically empowered and exposed to new avenues of income generation. The artists are elevating their work experience and are equipped with new skills and knowledge in the technology era through using visual art software such as Illustrator or Indesign.

      This project is engaging different groups, for instance, indigenous groups such as the Maasai and people with disabilities as part of the solution in efforts to preserve Tanzanian culture through children’s storybooks. As a result, this contributes towards improving children’s early stages of development, enhancing the quality of early grade basic skills instruction and increasing engagement of parents and communities in education while being exposed to their cultures through the books.

       

  • Project

    The project Hapo Zamani za Kale is incorporating books into multimedia solutions by rolling out audiobooks and children-animated films to address Tanzanian culture so as to contribute towards enhancing learning materials, literacy rate and promoting the culture of reading (SDG 4). The project further is reducing the unemployment by working with a total of 15 local artists who will be economically empowered and exposed to new avenues of income generation. The artists are elevating their work experience and are equipped with new skills and knowledge in the technology era through using visual art software such as Illustrator or Indesign.

    This project is engaging different groups, for instance, indigenous groups such as the Maasai and people with disabilities as part of the solution in efforts to preserve Tanzanian culture through children’s storybooks. As a result, this contributes towards improving children’s early stages of development, enhancing the quality of early grade basic skills instruction and increasing engagement of parents and communities in education while being exposed to their cultures through the books.

     

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