"Binti Yetu", which translates to "Our Daughter" in Swahili, program offers essential lessons on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) while emphasizing the significance of menstrual hygiene and life skills. Through the Binti Yetu program young girls are taught to make reusable sanitary pads.
Through our health program, we provide comprehensive health insurance access to vulnerable children in our community, aiming to meet their medical needs and promote better healthcare access and overall well-being.
Simba's Footprints Community Center serves as a nurturing hub of learning and support, providing essential assistance to young people ages 5 - 17. Our offerings span educational support, alongside a vibrant array of activities such as dance, football, art, and drama, all designed to create a safe space to inspire and guide youth on their path to success.
Our initiative collaborates extensively with public primary schools aiming to enhance the quality of education in Moshi Municipal. Simbas Footprints partners with these schools to establish English clubs, with the goal of enhancing the pupils' communication skills and bridging the communication gap as they transition to secondary education.
Through our Children Committees, the Simba's Cohort of Community Stakeholders (SCCS), and various awareness campaigns, we advocate for change and implement locally-driven solutions to address issues such as Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and Violence Against Children (VAC). Our goal is to create a community that upholds the rights of women and children.
Our tailoring program is designed to provide girls and young women aged 17 to 30 with valuable tailoring skills. The program also focuses on building entrepreneurial, communication....
Youth Engagement Programs
We offer youth the chance to engage in hands-on life skill building activities like farming and livestock keeping.We firmly believe in arming young minds with practical skills that don't just enrich their lives but also shield them from risky behavior.