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Ace Africa

Ace Africa works in remote areas of East Africa where one in three households are infected with HIV, 60% of the populations live on less than a $1 a day and 20% of children have been orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS. The ACE programme concurrently addresses the short term emergency needs and longer term development issues that affect those communities that have been badly affected by the HIV and AIDS epidemic. Their projects strengthen communities in terms of developing new skills for local people and supporting exisiting community based structures and organisations. 

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The Britain and Tanzanian Society

The Society aims to increase mutual knowledge, understanding and respect between the peoples of Britain and Tanzania through seminars, lectures, visits to Tanzania and Britain, support and small-scale community-based projects in rural Tanzania through their sister organisation, the Tanzania Development Trust. 

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Build Africa

Build Africa works exclusively in rural areas of Uganda and Kenya to help young people escape poverty through education and income generation. 

Our vision is for every young person in Africa to fulfill their potential and to make a difference. 
Build Africa is a dynamic charity working in rural Uganda and Kenya to help young people escape poverty through education and income generation. 

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The Changarawe Project

The Changarawe Project was started in 1998 by Carolyn Walford and Felistas Kalomo with the aim of providing free nursery education for the many orphaned and destitute children of Changarawe village, Morogoro region, Tanzania. 

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Comic Relief

Comic Relief is a charity which was founded in the United Kingdom in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and Alexander Mendis in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March. Comic Relief is one of the two high profile telethon events held in Britain, the other being Children in Need held annually in November. 

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Kitchen Table Charities Trust

Founded by John Humphreys, this UK-based charity generates money that is fed directly into the smaller charities within Africa who support a wide range of projects. 

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Mkombozi

Mkombozi (meaning "liberator" or "emancipator" in Swahili) is the leading child-focused agency in Tanzania's Kilimanjaro and Arusha regions, using education, research, advocacy, and outreach to help vulnerable children and youth to grow in mind, body and spirit.

Mkombozi's mission is to help children and youth grow in mind, body and spirit and to build a more caring society for all wherein family, neighborhood and community cohesion is built and supported by the rule of law. We act as a catalyst for holistic development. 

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READ International

READ International began life in 2004 as a small project based at Nottingham University, founded by a group of socially entrepreneurial students following a ‘gap year’ teaching in Tanzania. Now there are over 1,000 student volunteers involved, operating from a network of over 50 university sites across the UK. 

We collect any books from anyone, anywhere throughout the UK, but we focus our efforts on collecting textbooks and children’s literature from secondary schools. We sort the books and send the most relevant, up-to-date, and high quality books to schools in Tanzania and Uganda. Any books collected which are not relevant or appropriate to send are sold online or recycled to generate funding.

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S.A.F.E

S.A.F.E work across Kenya to promote positive behavioural change. They use street theatre, films, and community programmes to achieve this, and tackle issues such as HIV and AIDs, violence against women and economic sustainability. 

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Sentebale

Sentebale is a charity set up in April 2006 by Prince Seeiso of Lesotho and the Prince Harry of Wales, the younger son of Diana, Princess of Wales and Charles, Prince of Wales, to help vulnerable children and young people in Lesotho, particularly those who have been orphaned as a result of HIV and AIDS. The new organization was a step in Prince Harry's pledge to continue his mother's work with disadvantaged children.

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SOS Children's Villages 

SOS Children's Villages UK is an autonomous charity based in Cambridge in the United Kingdom and part of the international group SOS Children's Villages, the largest international charity group dedicated to the care of orphaned and abandoned children

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Street Child Africa

We currently fund an ambitious programme across eight sub-Saharan countries. Each of the twelve grassroots organisations is dedicated to providing services which improve the lives and long-term prospects of Africa's children.

Through our partners, we support the children's physical and emotional well-being, foster children's skills and learning, encourage children to enjoy and express themselves through arts, sports, music and play and plan for children's long-term needs. 

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The Tanzania Development Trust

The Britain-Tanzania Society founded The Tanzania Development Trust (TDT) in 1975 as a Registered Charity and still provides TDT’s running costs. That’s why EVERY POUND DONATED TO TDT IS SPENT ON PROJECTS. No admin charges. No office expenses. TDT is run by volunteers. We ourselves pay for monitoring visits to projects. 

We aim to help relieve poverty and improve health in Tanzania through small-scale development projects in Education, Health, and Social Services, water supplies, community facilities, and the promotion of self-help activities. We work across all parts of the country. With more than 34 years experience, we can identify, assess and monitor good projects in Tanzania, helped by our network of contacts and our branch in Tanzania, ensuring that projects are managed effectively. We also manage and transmit funds to Tanzania on behalf of private donors and groups. 

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The Tumaini Fund

Tumaini is the Swahili word for Hope and it is a Guernsey-based charity, seeking to alleviate the terrible suffering of the Aids widows and orphans in Kagera, the North-West province of Tanzania.

13,000 orphans are now supported by the Tumaini Fund and receiving this help, we employ 7 local workers in Kagera to carry out the project…monitored by the Anglican Diocese… with 70 local parish-workers, working in pairs. 

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UNICEF

UNICEF UK is a registered charity raising funds and awareness to support UNICEF's work to protect child rights worldwide, in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). We raise funds through donations from individuals, organisations and companies and we lobby and campaign for the fulfilment of child rights in the UK and abroad. UNICEF UK also runs programmes in schools, hospitals and local communities in the UK. 

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Zambia Orphans of Aids

Zambia is one of the African countries hardest hit by HIV/AIDS. In response to this crisis, Zambia Orphans of AIDS (ZOA) was formed by concerned Zambians and now has members from across the world. It is registered in the United States of America, the United Kingdom and Zambia.

The projects ZOA supports use the funds to develop income-generating activities, provide skills training, and tend to the nutritional, educational and medical needs of the children. In all, about 8000 orphans are reached and assisted through ZOA’s efforts. 

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