We Envision A Tanzania where:
All parents are informed about their roles & responsibilities towards children's right to be heard.
All children are free to express themselves.
All communities are proactive in their support towards all children's growth and development. .
National Child Helpline 116
The National Child Helpline helps children in need of care and protection through a toll-free 116 telephone line available across all networks in the United Republic of Tanzania Mainland and the archipelago of Zanzibar
Happy and Sad Boxes
The Happy/Sad Boxes, decorated with cartoons, are placed in schools. The boxes invite children to write-in their concerns with a message that requests of them simply, "Tell us why you are happy or sad."
C-Sema publishes and freely distributes Sema Magazine to children in schools. The main objective is to cover children ‘World’ whose activities and daily lifestyles is underreported and highly ignored by the adults World media.
Outreach & Awareness-Raising
Outreach and awareness-raising activities are key components of the child helpline. These activities inform children and the general public about the Child Helpline’s service and how to access it; besides being proactive in the service to children and try to ensure accessibility of the service to even the most marginalised group(s) of children living in remote parts of Tanzania.
Please Make a heartfelt Donation.C-Sema uses the Sema Magazine as a fundrasing tool for business continuity but it can always use for some donations.
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