Health Care

Mo Dewji Foundation joins hands with Tulia Trust for Tulia Marathon in Mbeya

Maternal health care is a serious issue in Tanzania, ranging from the lack of facilities in maternity wards, lack of skilled workforce to the lack of neonatal care in hospitals altogether. All these factors contribute to the many problems Tanzanian women face every day when pregnant. The Mo Dewji Foundation realized that this was a very big problem, and vowed

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Tumaini La Maisha Christmas Donation

Christmas is a time for giving, for sharing love and appreciating all the blessings we have in life. And these holidays the staff at The Mo DewjiFoundation wanted to share their love with their friends at Tumaini La Maisha hospital- the first children’s cancer award inTanzania. For over three years The Mo Dewji Foundation has been supporting the entire non

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Handover of toilet blocks to Msinune Primary School

Last week Mo Dewji Foundation, in partnership with Flaviana Matata Foundation, has  handed over a newly built toilet block to Msinune Primary School, in Bagamoyo, Pwani.            Since 2014, Flaviana Matata Foundation have been helping Msinune Primary School students with school equipment. Earlier in 2015,  when asked to help solving challenges such as latrines, classrooms and teachers’ houses, Ms.

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110,000,000 tsh donated to Tumaini la Maisha

Yesterday Mo Dewji Foundation invited several representatives of the press to cover the hand over of 110,000,000 tsh to Tumaini la Maisha, an organization that provides much needed support to children with cancer. True to its meaning which translates into English as “hope of life”, is an invaluable organisation to patients and their families. TUMAINI LA MAISHA Tanzania is a

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Toilet blocks to be built in Msinune Primary School

In 2013 the Flaviana Matata Foundation (FMF) founder, Ms. Flaviana Matata, paid a visit to Msinune Primary School in Bagamoyo as part of the PSPF Corporate Social Responsibility’s campaign to distribute stationery to underprivileged pupils in primary schools in Tanzania. During the trip, Ms. Matata and FMF team identified other challenges that the school was facing,  includin the limited availability of teachers,

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Madswimmers To Raise Money For Tumaini La Maisha

Mo Dewji Foundation proudly contributed to this fundraising event. On 10th October 2015 Madswimmer made history with the first ever group crossing of  Africa’s version of the English Channel – the Swahili Channel. 16 swimmers completed the 31.8km from Zanzibar to Tanzania in 9 hours and 38 seconds; 5 swimmers completed the entire distance. The swimmers left Zanzibar just after 6 am

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