In Tanzania, there are only 3 doctors available for every 100,000 people. We are making free, quality health care more accessible.
Only 30% of Tanzanian children enroll in secondary school, and, only 4% enroll in tertiary education. We are empowering students.
Poor sanitation and inadequate infrastructure leave Tanzanian citizens vulnerable. Close to half of the population of Tz does not have access to clean drinking water.
We are a registered charity dedicated to alleviating Tanzania’s citizens from poverty and hardship and enriching lives. “I have been blessed and I am very proud of the success of my company, MeTL, but with this success and the subsequent wealth comes responsibility. God blesses some people with wealth and it is the duty of these people to redistribute this wealth to less fortunate people and contribute to humanity. I have great pride in being able to say through both MeTL and the Mo Dewji Foundation, we are achieving this. I believe in putting money back into my country first and foremost.” “When God blesses you financially, don’t raise your standard of living, raise your standard of GIVING.” Mohammed Dewji CEO MeTL Group & Founder Mo Dewji Foundation
Mohammed has always firmly believed that it is the responsibility of businesses and corporations to give back to their communities and support the economic and social development of Tanzania. His contributions have transformed the lives of the poor in the country by financing social projects such related to education, health, and community development. Mohammed won the 2015 AABLA Philanthropist of the Year Award for the East African region and he is globally recognized as a promoter of development
As both Member of Parliament for Singida Urban District and CEO of MeTL Group, Mohammed Dewji has put great efforts into creating sustainable socioeconomic development within his constituency. During the decade as MP of Singida Urban, Mohammed pent more than one billion Tshs on community service projects, including the provision of safe and clean water, improvement of sanitation schemes, donation of mosquito nets and the funding of healthcare treatment and cataract operations.
Donations for health sectors
Water projects funded