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  • Organisation

    Juhuiya Vikundi-Hisa Mvomero na Turiani (JIVIHIMTU) founded in 2010, is a community-based organisation. As a grassroots membership organisation, it has managed to form more than 120 groups in its area of operations and 80% of these groups work with the youth, women, people living with disabilities and the elderly.

    JUVIHIMTU has vast practical experience in working with the youth particularly in implementing similar projects of empowering them in economic and leadership development. The organisation supports the registration of youth organisations while empowering them to contest for various positions in our formed groups as well as some of the Community Based Trainers and local leaders.

    In 2014-2018, JUVIHIMTU was contracted by the iWASH project under CARE Tanzania and Winrock International to undertake groups’ formation and development in Mvomero district, Morogoro region. JUVIHIMTU has formed and empowered more than 130 groups in the area of self-employment and income generation through skills such as customer care, market penetration strategies, business plans, networking, communication skills, leadership, life skills and linkages with financial institutions.

    • Organisation

      Juhuiya Vikundi-Hisa Mvomero na Turiani (JIVIHIMTU) founded in 2010, is a community-based organisation. As a grassroots membership organisation, it has managed to form more than 120 groups in its area of operations and 80% of these groups work with the youth, women, people living with disabilities and the elderly.

      JUVIHIMTU has vast practical experience in working with the youth particularly in implementing similar projects of empowering them in economic and leadership development. The organisation supports the registration of youth organisations while empowering them to contest for various positions in our formed groups as well as some of the Community Based Trainers and local leaders.

      In 2014-2018, JUVIHIMTU was contracted by the iWASH project under CARE Tanzania and Winrock International to undertake groups’ formation and development in Mvomero district, Morogoro region. JUVIHIMTU has formed and empowered more than 130 groups in the area of self-employment and income generation through skills such as customer care, market penetration strategies, business plans, networking, communication skills, leadership, life skills and linkages with financial institutions.

    • Project

      Later in (2019), Tanzania shall enter into Local Government elections (for electing streets, village, and cell leaders) and the year after (2020), the country shall enter into the general elections. The Rooting Youth Participation in Politics project provides civic awareness to the youth in Mvomero District to be able to participate effectively both as voters and contestants. Juhuiya Vikundi-Hisa Mvomero na Turiani (JUVIHIMTU) in collaboration with Mvomero District Council intends to implement this project in three wards; Sungaji, Mkindo, and Mhonda through an informed citizenry.

      The project builds on the gains made so far through its Empowerment Initiative and enhances citizens/youth and duty bearers’ knowledge on the right of youth to participate in political issues especially attaining various positions responsible for decision-making. The youth are equipped with information, knowledge, and skill that allows them to participate and engage the local and national government on issues affecting them especially resource allocation (access 4% of internal council budget allocated to youth).

      The involvement of important stakeholders during the implementation of an intervention is a prerequisite for sustainable growth of this project. This identifies potential actors, their assumed and potential role, levels of importance, willingness to participate in the process and the influence they can exercise on the process of change. This has informed the implementing strategies in answering the fundamental question of, #how to deal with these stakeholders# and has also helped in understanding the relationship amongst the stakeholders, and its implications on the process of project development.

  • Project

    Later in (2019), Tanzania shall enter into Local Government elections (for electing streets, village, and cell leaders) and the year after (2020), the country shall enter into the general elections. The Rooting Youth Participation in Politics project provides civic awareness to the youth in Mvomero District to be able to participate effectively both as voters and contestants. Juhuiya Vikundi-Hisa Mvomero na Turiani (JUVIHIMTU) in collaboration with Mvomero District Council intends to implement this project in three wards; Sungaji, Mkindo, and Mhonda through an informed citizenry.

    The project builds on the gains made so far through its Empowerment Initiative and enhances citizens/youth and duty bearers’ knowledge on the right of youth to participate in political issues especially attaining various positions responsible for decision-making. The youth are equipped with information, knowledge, and skill that allows them to participate and engage the local and national government on issues affecting them especially resource allocation (access 4% of internal council budget allocated to youth).

    The involvement of important stakeholders during the implementation of an intervention is a prerequisite for sustainable growth of this project. This identifies potential actors, their assumed and potential role, levels of importance, willingness to participate in the process and the influence they can exercise on the process of change. This has informed the implementing strategies in answering the fundamental question of, #how to deal with these stakeholders# and has also helped in understanding the relationship amongst the stakeholders, and its implications on the process of project development.

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