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P.O. Box 787; 4th Floor Jangid Plaza, Plot No. G6 Chaburuma Road Off. Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road
Dar es salaam

Personne de contact: Kiiya JK

+255 222926576; +255 713223606

Les Thèmes

  • Organisation d'aide
  • Politique + projet d'éducation
  • Droits de l'Homme

Qui sommes-nous

C-Sema is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2012 to promote and protect children’s rights in Tanzania. C-Sema derives its name from a Kiswahili term, ‘Sema’ which literally means speak.
It is built on the foundation of Civic-Driven Change brought about by Children. This concept revolves around the belief that children are powerful agents of social and economic change. Empowering children to make this change and break the cycle of poverty means making them aware of their rights and responsibilities and equipping them with the tools to demand and put those rights into practice. Broadly, our work involves awareness-raising, prevention, and advocacy to promote the protection of children’s rights. We are committed to creating and maintaining a caring and protective environment for children, which promotes our base values of preventing and addressing child abuse and exploitation in Tanzania

A Tanzania where the rights of every child are realized.

C-SEMA is a not for profit organization established to promote and protect childrens’ rights in Tanzania.

Focus areas:
• Child protection
• Skillful parenting and positive discipline
• Maternal and child nutrition
• Early Childhood Development (ECD)
• Adolescents and Sexual Reproductive Health (ASRH)
• Organisational development and sustainability of C-SEMA

Our work
• The organization runs the 116 National Child Helpline, a toll-free telephone service in collaboration with the Government of Tanzania. The National Child Helpline provides a platform for voicing children’s concerns to the Government. The organisation, in strategic partnership with the Internet Watch Foundation, removes child sexual abuse images through an online portal. The organization also makes use of social media for sharing information about children’s issues including but not limited to parenting, nutrition and child protection.
• Mfanyakazi: C-Sema is implementing a project in Singida Region called ‘Mfanyakazi’. The goal of the MFANYAKAZI project supported by BRIS is to contribute to eradicating child trafficking for domestic work and strengthening the child protection system in Singida Region of Tanzania.
• Realizing Gender Equality through Empowering Women and Adolescent Girls: The programme aims to contribute toward advancing gender equality and the empowerment of women and adolescent girls in Shinyanga and Singida Regions by strengthening the social and economic status of women and adolescent girls.
• KUWAZA (Kuzuia Udhalilishaji wa Watoto Zanzibar) Programme which is a three-year multi- component VAC prevention and response intervention funded by the Oak Foundation. he KUWAZA program aims to reduce sexual violence against children (SVAC) in Unguja North, Zanzibar. KUWAZA is a collaborative community-based program with interventions aimed at various segments of the community including children, parents, teachers, religious leaders, and community leaders.

Kiiya JK is the Chief Executive Officer of C-Sema.

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.