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Tanzania

International Youth Foundation — Tanzania Office

Arcades Building, 3rd Floor

Old Bagamoyo Road

P.O. Box 14335

Dar es Salaam – TANZANIA

T/F       255 22 277 3830

From 2007 to 2013, the Planning for Life project integrated reproductive health and family planning into youth development programs to improve the health of young women and men ages 10-24. The program was launched with support from USAID and World Learning. The Planning for Life model...

Launched in 2008, Youth:Work brings comprehensive employment and entrepreneurship programs to young people, ages 15 to 29. Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Youth:Work enables USAID bureaus and missions to easily access IYF’s proven youth...

YouthActionNet, the flagship of the International Youth Foundation’s citizenship programs, works to strengthen and expand the impact of youth-led social ventures around the globe. Over 13 years, it has created one of the world’s largest networks of young social entrepreneurs comprising...

YouthMap is a multi-country initiative that aims to better understand and address the challenges facing Africa’s young people. Through YouthMap and its Innovation Fund, the International Youth Foundation (IYF) is conducting holistic assessments on youth circumstances and supporting...

From 2007 to 2012, Bridgeit improved the quality of teacher instruction and increases primary school student achievement in math, science, and life skills by leveraging the power of cell-phone technology. After a successful launch in the Philippines under the name text2teach,...

Launched in 2005, the Empowering Africa’s Young People Initiative (EAYPI) helped prevent the spread of HIV among youth in Sub-Saharan Africa through scaling up programs proven to promote healthy behaviors. The five-year initiative, supported through the President’s Emergency Plan for...

From January 2011 to February 2014, with funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and support from Creative Associates, International Youth Foundation (IYF) provided technical assistance to the Tanzanian Ministry of Education and Vocational Training on the ...

The Passport to Success® program equips young people, ages 14 to 24, with a range of skills that will help them stay in school and acquire the education, professional skills, employment readiness and confidence they need to succeed in life and in the workplace. The program targets...

Nearly 10% of Tanzanian youth under the age of 18 are orphans and/or vulnerable children (OVC) and lack opportunities to gain the necessary education and job training for their transition to a successful adulthood. Launched in May 2011,...

In Sub-Saharan Africa, one in five young people is jobless. From 2007 to 2010, the Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) worked in close partnership with local organizations in Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, and Tanzania, to offer African youth training in life skills, employability and entrepreneurship as...

From 2000-2011, Nokia and IYF managed a robust portfolio of youth development initiatives. The company’s investment of nearly US$50million has supported education, employability, and civic engagement programs in 68 countries. Country programs, each tailored to meet locally-identified needs,...

From 2008-2013, 90 youth-led social innovations in 32 countries received support through the Youth Action Grants program. Created as part of the Starbucks™ Shared Planet™ commitment to communities, the initiative provided grants to young social entrepreneurs who completed IYF’s YouthActionNet®...


Partners:
kuleana Center for Children’s Rights
Vocational Education and Training Authority

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