Plan International has been working in Tanzania since 1991 to promote and protect children’s rights.
Since then we have been supporting vulnerable children and their families to access health care, education, clean water, sanitation, protection and to make a good living.
Through our current country strategy, we are supporting adolescent girls to reach their full potential in a society that protects and respects their rights.
We operate in the regions of Dar es Salaam, Pwani, Morogoro, Mwanza, Kigoma, Geita, Mara, Dodoma, Rukwa, Lindi, and Mtwara.
Our key priorities are:
- Keeping children safe, especially from harmful practices such as child marriage, female genital mutilation and child labour
- Sexual and reproductive health rights
- Equal access to quality and inclusive education
- Water, sanitation and hygiene
- Youth employment
- 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.
Sexual harassment is biggest city danger for girls across the globe
Sexual harassment is the number-one safety risk facing girls and young women across the world, according to a survey of global experts in 22 cities released today. The survey is the first of its kind to examine the safety risks facing girls and young women in so many different cities across the world.