Plan International Tanzania is a child-centred organisation that advances childrens rights and promotes equality for girls. We have been operational in Tanzania since 1991 and currently work in 13 regions.
We work with communities, the government and other development partners to support vulnerable children, adolescent girls and their families to access health care, education, clean water, sanitation, protection to help improve their livelihoods and protection of their well-being.
Our key priority areas are:
- Child protection
- Adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights
- Inclusive, quality education
- Water, sanitation and hygiene
- Youth economic empowerment
- Responding to emergencies.
Foster families support Burundi’s lost girls
This photo series shows how girls who have become orphaned or separated from their families while fleeing the conflict in Burundi are being kept safe by foster families in Tanzanian refugee camps.
Tanzanian top court upholds child marriage ban
Plan International has welcomed the Tanzanian Court of Appeal’s historic decision to uphold the ban on child marriage in the country.