Projects

MO DEWJI FOUNDATION AND SIMBA SPORTS CLUB DISTRIBUTE 25,000 FACE MASKS FOR FREE TO DAR ES SALAAM RESIDENTS.

Residents of various parts of the city of Dar es Salaam have been handed free face masks to protect themselves against against novel corona virus pandemic (COVID-19). The distribution has taken place in markets and transport hubs across Dar es Salaam including areas in Kivukoni, Kariakooo, Tandale, Manzese, Buguruni, Makumbusho, Mabibo, Temeke, Buza, Chamazi, Charambe, Chanika, Mbagala, Masasani, Kimara, Mbezi

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Mo Dewji Foundation donates 4 tonnes of food to 350 families

Taasisi ya Mo Dewji Foundation kwa kushirikiana na Volunteer in Development Foundation imetoa msaada wa vyakula kwa Watoto 690 kwa ajili ya mfungo wa Ramadhan. Msaada huu ni sehemu ya malengo ya Taasisi kurudisha kwenye jamii katika kipindi hiki ambapo inatekelezwa ibada ya mfungo wa mwezi mtukufu wa Ramadhan. Watoto hawa wanatoka kwenye vituo vya Watoto ya yatima pamoja na

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MO DEWJI FOUNDATION DONATES TZS 100 MILLION SHILLINGS TO CHILDRENS CANCER WARD AT MUHIMBILI NATIONAL HOSPITAL

MO DEWJI FOUNDATION donates TZS 100 million Tanzanian shillings to Tumaini La Maisha (TLM), an NGO working in partnership with Muhimbili National Hospital to provid care and treatment for children with cancer in Tanzania; as part of its annual commitment to improve the wellbeing of these children. The National Children’s Oncology Centre at MNH is the first children’s cancer ward in all of

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#UnganaNaMo

This year the Mo Dewji Foundation has been venturing into different new projects. To kick start Ramadan we started our #UnganaNaMo campaign, a campaign aimed at creating a sense of togetherness in giving and helping those less fortunate. Through this campaign, the foundation set out to find different orphanages in Tanzania through which we could provide some assistance to. However instead

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Mo Entrepreneurs Competition reaching its final stage

Launched in January 2016 by Mo Dewji Foundation, “Mo Entrepreneurs Competition” challenged young Tanzanian business-owners to participate in the hope of winning a business investment of 10,000,000 TZS as a start-up/growth capital together with mentorship from the CEO of MeTL Group and Chairman of Mo Dewji Foundation, Mohammed Dewji. The initiative is a joint effort with Darecha Limited, a Tanzanian

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100M donated to Msoga Poultry Farming Project

Mo Dewji Foundation today has donated the generous amount of 100,000,000 Tsh to Msoga Poultry Farming Project to assist running the first phase of the multi-million project intended to eradicate extreme poverty in Msoga village (Chalinze) by farming chickens. The project was designed in 2013 by the former President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and is expected to cover all villagers (about

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Mo Entrepreneurs Competition

MO ENTREPRENEURS COMPETITION: more ideas, more innovation, more business. According to the African Development Bank, Africa middle class population will grow to 1.1 Bil by 2060:  middle class drives domestic consumption and entrepreneurialism. However, a major block for young Entrepreneurs in Tanzania is the costs and requirement needed to access start-up/growth capital. Unlocking entrepreneurial support opportunities to youth is critical

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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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Opening Ceremony of Furahini Youth Learning Centre

Mo Dewji Foundation is proud to sponsor Furahini Youth Learning Centre (FYLC), a project designed to promote education in the rural village of Kisangara, Kilimanjaro Region. Over 8,000,000 Tsh has been donated by the Foundation to help build the needed infrastructure for the Learning Centre intended to boost education performances of the children: a great majority of them comes from families that work

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