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Center for Elders

Most Africans enter old age after a lifetime of poverty, deprivation,  poor access to health care and a diet that is usually inadequate in quantity and quality. The poor elderly need to be identified and helped to live of dignity. They need to come together , exchange  ideas, share experiences and other social programs. The

Zawadi Memorial School

“I am very happy to share with you these pictures of Zawadi Memorial Vocational School.This is the stage where it is now. I did not know that we would reach this stage. For me it was a dream. I am glad that the women were ready to devote their time to work together,”-Valeria Mrema. Women


The heart of WEECE is in its microloan program (VICOBA) which enables women to become economically self-sufficient through small business loans. A sustainable small business can provide for a family’s basic needs, pay children’s school fees, and even allow women to create saving accounts of their own. From September to December of 2014, the VICOBA

Nganjoni Health Clinic Limited-stay Ward

Before the implementation of our project, the Nganjoni Health Clinic had inadequate facilities for admitting patients that required limited-stay care. Constructing the new ward increased bed spaces and created a safer and more comfortable environment for the patients. Women and their families in the remote village of Nganjoni face numerous health challenges on a daily