HOW SPONSORSHIP WORKS
Early childhood care and development.
Prepares children for future success by providing a strong foundation for their formal education.
A right of all children. This program works to improve the learning experience and success for all students.
School health and nutrition.
Addresses student health issues. Healthy children are able to attend school and thus increase their learning capability.
Addresses the needs of youth so they can actively contribute to their own well being and the community overall.
HOW SPONSORSHIP HELPS
Your sponsorship helps to provide children with the necessities for a healthy and successful start to their life nutrition, early childhood and adolescent development, education and school health.
Your generosity also lifts entire community. Our program reach children's parents, caregivers and community members. Together we help children's lives, protect them from exploitation and provide them with hope for the future.
- Will I sponsor an actual child?
Yes. You are encouraged, but not obliged, to build a friendship with your sponsored child. Letter and drawings from your child will allow you to learn more about daily life in their own words and experiences. The letters are in your child's own hand. A translation is provided by our field staff.
- How much is sponsorship?
Sponsorship starts at 25 USD a month, less than 1 USD a day. You will help change the lives of children in need in Tanzania. If you can sponsor for 25 USD or more, or sponsor multiple children you can help us achieve even more.
- How long will my sponsorship last?
Sponsorship is a voluntary, ongoing contribution. You decide how long you are able to help.
- Who can I contact if I have any questions?
You may email us at or call us at +255 766 571 192.
CHILD SAFETY POLICY
We believe that child protection requires everyone to take responsibility and that every child matters. We recognise that the care, protection and welfare of children is paramount and that all children have the right to be protected from all types of harm.
TNT recognise that it has a fundamental duty of care towards all children where its programmes and operations facilitate contact with children, or have an impact on children. This includes a duty to protect children from harm or risk of harm as a result of misconduct by our staff or partners, of poor practice or of the poor design or delivery of our programmes and operations.
We achieve this through adherence to article 19 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the child (UNCRC 1989).