Outreach and awareness-raising activities are key components of the child helpline. These activities inform children about the child helpline’s service and how to access it.
The child helpline works closely with the existing social services, both public (through the Department for Social Welfare) and private (CSOs, CBOs, etc.).
The child helpline responds to a contact by counselling the child or guiding the child into making a decision by him or herself.
 

Our Work Reports

  • Happy and Sad Report 2013-2014 Read more
  • Happy Sad Boxes Outcome Report 2012 Read more
  • Day of the African Child 2013 Theme Read more
  • Child Helpline Tanzania Stakeholders Forum, 2011 Report
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  • The 5th CSO Forum in Addis, March 21st - 23rd, 2012
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C-sema Child helpline

We are happy to share with you our joy and challenges this morning. the picture you see is a concept development for our new service branding.