Tuesday, July 4, 2017
In commemorating "Mtoto wa Africa day" on 16th June 2017, KASODEFO provided nutritious food to primary school pupils living with HIV/AIDS and provided health and legal education to pupils and the community at large. The event was held at Nguzo nane ground and was attended by the government officers and other stakeholders from Simiyu region.
KASODEFO officer providing legal education to the pupils.
Friday, May 12, 2017
Monday, August 15, 2016
All fish farmers supported by KASODEFO through training and capital have proved that fish farming is possible in Maswa and has proved to give high yields and profit within short period of time. It is our plan to extend this service to larger community in rural and urban areas of Maswa. However, water is very essential for this project. It is our plan to widely use the rope drill technology to drill and utilize underground water in Maswa. Join us!
Fish pond at KASODEFO compound (training farm)
Thursday, December 31, 2015
Promotion of family planning and safe motherhood, control of HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria in Maswa by KASODEFO
Through community mobilization, sensitization and demand creation, we are fighting Malaria, HIV/AIDS and TB. Family planning and safe motherhood, maternal and child health are parts of our campaign in Maswa district. Our Community Change Agents (CCAs) are the main facilitator through community communication approach. We focus much on social behavioral change through community communication where by demonstrations, drama, concerts, community initiated events, etc are used.
|CCAs demonstration in Lalago|
|Community sensitization through local dance|
|Malaria control education|
|Group discussion on safe motherhood and family planning|
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
For four years consecutively, KASODEFO has manage to conduct training to college students in Maswa district with a focus of controlling new HIV infection to youth by helping them to make informed choices with regard to avoid HIV/AIDS. Recently, students from Mwanza polytechnic and Binza Vocational Training colleges attended the training held at Happy Hotel Maswa town.
With a series of these training, we managed to open HIV/AIDS control clubs in colleges and secondary schools in Maswa district. These clubs are conducting debates, social events, campaigns, discussions, dialogues, etc related to HIV/AIDS control.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Supporting Albino to have sustainable sources of income is another initiative of KASODEFO in Maswa district to fight against the killings of Albinos which are rampant in lake zone regions of Tanzania mainland. Most of the killed and injured Albinos are those living in poverty and poor housing making easy for the killer to attack them. Our work is to support them to have strong economy which will finally help them to have safe houses, and economic activities which will drive them out of risk
Albino can not work for long time in a sun condition because their skin is easily attacked by strong sun rays to the extent of causing skin cancer. We have proposed different economic activities which suits Albinos and enable them to work by considering their healthy and physical security. Some of the activities are fish farming schemes, poultry, embroidery and sewing, etc. Join us and support Albino in Maswa and Simiyu region.
Executive director with Dada Christina at KASODEFO head office, Maswa.