WELCOME TO SEMA TANZANIA CHILD PROTECTION PROJECT

1. Frontline Child Protection Programme:
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2. Student Involvement Programme (Outreach Initiative)

Sema is a Swahili word that literally means speaking. We chose the terminology “SEMA” to focus on providing life skills rooted in social and financial education to children and young persons. This concept revolves around the belief that children are powerful agents of social and economic change. Empowering children/ young persons to make this change and break the cycle of poverty means making them aware of what their rights and responsibilities are, and equipping them with the tools to put those rights into practice. Sema Tanzania is a Child Protection Project within C-Sema Group, a dully registered Social Enterprise in Tanzania. WHO WE ARE? The organisation was formed by a team of rightminded individuals who have been teachers for more than a Decade in different region in Tanzania. Through their experience, they have worked with communities especially the susceptible groups of children, adolescents and youths located in urban and peri-urban locations in Dar-es-salaam and neighbouring Regions in Tanzania. It was until 2010 that most of their initial aims, visions and goals broaden to include Child Protection Project, basically specializing in 3 different Programmes; Frontline Child Protection, Student involvement and Online Mentoring, Inspiring & Counselling.

“Children are protected through well-functioning child
protection mechanisms which include families, communities, and government taking responsibility to provide adequate care and protection to children”.

(a) Student's Clubs Offers a platform where young Tanzanians would share and participate in open discussion, write articles, contribute cartoons and directly get connected to the World of Media. (b) Cultural Festivals (Orientation) The Dar es salaam Cultural Festivals is an annual co-curricular activity run by Sema Tanzania. The goal of the festival is to tap and nurture creative talent among Tanzanian youths. To spear head and support the use of arts and culture in creating employments, conflict resolution, education, peace and friendship (c) Sema Tanzania Magazine It is a monthly educative publication covering educational & Child Protection Affairs in Dar-es-Salaam and Tanzania in general. Status: In the pipeline

Status: Baseline Studies Underway (April, 2011), Working with ICS (2011-2015), other stakeholders and the Government.

Young Entrepreneur Award

3. The Mentoring, Inspiring & Early Life Counselling. (Online)

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(a) Financial Freedom C-Sema focuses on providing life skills rooted in social and financial education to children and young persons. Our concept revolves around the belief that children are powerful agents of social and economic change. Empowering children/young persons to make this change and break It’s Possible to the cycle of poverty means love Care for making them aware of what our Growing their rights and responsibiliYoungsters ties are, and equipping them with the tools to put those rights into practice. (b) Health, Moral & Spiritual Living We give guidance and advice to youths on life and support on the big 'issues' from our online mentors. From the lows; such as illness or sadness to the highs; like caring for a new friend, baby or starting a new relationship. (c) Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award The need for good YOUNG based business owners has never been greater. With such volatility in all our markets and a much harsher financial climate impacting Our Daly Lives in this country, the need for independent, financially free young person (s) has never been greater. We know that there is some excellent work being carried out by many of the young entrepreneur working across various industries and this is a great opportunity for us to recognise and encourage them. Status: Working/Database under construction & Open for Facilitating Partners
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17 Sea View– Upanga Dar es Salaam, Tanzania P.O BOX 110132 U/HILL.

Phone: +255 (0) 713 223606 +255 (0) 767 269308 +255 (0) 685 401239 E-mail: info@sematanzania.org www.sematanzania.otg

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