Monday, May 29, 2017


Volunteer and Change Lives in Kahama, Tanzania, Africa... And Make New Friends.
The HUHESO Foundation Tanzania volunteer program is based in Kahama, Shinyanga and has volunteer placements located in rural and urban Tanzanian communities and villages. As this project is based in Kahama, volunteers will need to fly into Mwanza International Airport that HUHESO will pick up from there.
Are you a professional looking for skills-based volunteering? A student looking for valuable experience and references? A compassionate individual who wants to be involved in helping a small community?  We are wholly dependent on our sponsors and volunteers and their generous support. We are looking for individual sponsors who can contribute to our projects and development on an on-going or temporary basis. 

Kay Walten together in supporting wheelchair to children with disability. 

Who Can Volunteer?
We’re looking for volunteers all the time — there are a few stipulations, though. You must be at least 18 years old. You really want to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. And we know that if you're reading this, you’ve already got that desire to help.  You can become part of fundraising and organizing events, or help out in many other ways. Our greatest need is on the front lines of fundraising, such as researching grant opportunities and new partnerships. We are also always looking for event volunteers to help with fundraising.   
Why Volunteer?
Taking on a volunteering position adds immense value to your resume and can make you infinitely more employable.  We ask volunteers for a minimum 4 hours per week, for 3 months.  We will gladly provide reference letters for outstanding contributions.
You can learn new skills, make new friends, or use your existing professional skills to help others.  Taking part in our programs and seeing results can be very rewarding, and you’ll take home new skills, knowledge and practical work experience.  You will also know that your involvement is making a difference in one poorest region in the world.  
Beyond giving HUHESO Foundation access to a diversity of skills, expertise and extra hands, volunteers expected to work with HUHESO Foundation are those who are intended to bring additional commitment, enthusiasm and dedication to what they shall do with HUHESO Foundation so that to push vision and mission of HUHESO Foundation. Whether you’re interested in helping out once in a while or donating your professional skills or experience on a regular basis, there are plenty of ways to become a part of HUHESO Foundation.

Lack of resources and access to care present many health related problems to the people of Kahama and Tanzania in general, particularly those living outside of urban centers in Tanzania's rural areas. Common illnesses are malaria, typhoid, and hepatitis In particular, the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to be a problem, as the prevalence rate in the country remains high. Now in our Country there is a problem of Cancer especially Cervical Cancer and Breast Cancer so that it will be better if we can get volunteers to work with us in educating community in this area.
 Volunteers interested in health are needed not only in the clinic setting, but also to educate on self-care and prevention.

Community Development
People living in rural areas receive little support from the government and volunteers can help implement a variety of programs in construction, water and sanitation, education, Financial literacy, Agriculture, Vocational skills and micro-enterprise that can help improve the local quality of life.

Some of Community development work that Volunteer can be involved

Volunteering in Orphanages
There are thousands of orphans in Kahama about 22,000 are Orphans and some of them are living in hardship environment. In many of the orphanages and care homes staff struggle with limited resources to feed, clothes, Shelter and educate the children in their care. Local staffs are also often too busy to provide the stimulation and attention that these children need, which is where your contribution as a Care volunteer comes in.
As a volunteer, you can have a positive impact on the lives of these children by giving them the attention and care they need. You can fulfill your role by spending quality one-to-one time with a child, playing educational games with a group of children, helping them with their day-to-day chores, and monitoring their progress. Volunteers can suggest having Orphanage center so that they can stay at the center for better care of them.
Grant Writing and Fundraising
In our organization when we will get volunteers sometime can support us in grant writing and fundraising so that we can get more project to support our community.

Marketing, Communications, and Social Media
Because we are establishing radio station in our organization the Volunteers with Marketing, Communications, and Social Media will help us in different things to develop our social media like Face book, Blog and website so that our organization will be well know globally.

Event Volunteers
Interested Volunteers in our organization will be organizing events like commemoration events, screening o HIV/AIDS and CANCER, Organize meeting with stakeholders and attend different events concerning in our field in the Organization.

HUHESO Foundation will offer all volunteer two hour per week to lean Swahili language speaking and writing, at the office at working days we will have tea (Chai) or Cofee (Kahawa) and will offer volunteers to travel to visit national park like Gombe National park where there are Gorilla and other places in Tanzania according to the resources we have but you can pay for entering fees in the park. We will offer you to pick up at the airport once you arrive. 

HUHESO Foundation will not charge Volunteers for the program but will pay only for accommodation and meal for all time that will be in Kahama. Once we get volunteers we rent house with all facilities needed, the house can have three or four rooms that volunteer can share and can donate themselves to rent that house that range on $ 250 to $ 400 per month. About meal it depends with food you need but a single meal can range from $ 5 to $ 10. Staple foods in Tanzania include rice, Ugali (maize porridge), chapatti and coconut milk, (breakfast, lunch and dinner). Breakfasts generally consist of chai (tea), toast, fruit and mandazzi (deep fried dough). A typical lunch can include meat and vegetables with rice and fruit, while dinner usually sees traditional food, such as Ugali and chapatti accompany the meat and vegetables
But you need to prepare yourself the Visa, flights, travel insurance, in-country trips or tours, but work permit we can help you the process to get it.

All positions are based in Kahama, Shinyanga-Tanzania, East Africa.  There is a possibility of remote volunteer work for positions in marketing and design.  Send us your resume at or specifying the position you're applying for.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017


Young Reporters in different activities in collection of news. Several times our Organization by using young reporters Network we collect different information concerning Child light in the community that aired in different community radio in Kahama.

Friday, November 20, 2015
Bahati Dotto, a project coordinator at HUHESO Foundation (2015) while sensitizing female care takers of children under the worst forms of child labour at MWABOMBA small scale gold mine in USHETU District Council to organize themselves into groups so as to be supported with Income Generating Activities (IGAs) as for the project ENDING THE WORST FORMS OF CHILD LABOUR IN SMALL SCALE GOLD MINES found in KAHAMA district council funded by TERRE DES HOMMES-NETHERLANDS (TdH-NL)
Early in 2015, Dr. Martine a field livestock officer from Msalala District Council at Chela village while imparting scientific livestock keeping skills to parents/guardians of the withdrawn children from the worst forms of child labour as part of the project "ENDING THE WORST FORMS OF CHILD LABOUR IN SMALL SCALE GOLD MINES found in Kahama district council as par TERRE DES HOMMES-NETHERLANDS (TdH-NL) funding.

Some of the vulnerable families in a group from Mwalina village at Idahina ward in Ushetu District Council while at Nyamtengera auction area after being supported with seven (7) goats early in 2015 as an activity in the project of ENDING CHILD LABOUR funded by Terre des Hommes-Netherlands (TdH-NL) through HUHESO Foundation


The caption above denotes the HUHESO Foundation staff members at Mwendakulima ward in 2015 during the implementation of EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME in Tanzania (EQUIP Tanzania) as funded by Department for International Development (DFID) through the Foundation for Civil Society.
Some of the withdrawn children from the worst forms of child labour as from Mwabomba, Nhumbi, Mwazimba and Nyangarata small scale gold mines by Terre des Hommes-Netherlands through HUHESO Foundation and supported with vocational training opportunities at Malampaka Focal Develeopment College early in October 2015.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Mr Wilbert Wanga from HUHESO FOUNDATION supervising the UWEZO PROGRAMME volunteers funded by TWAWEZA East Africa at a household-Kanangalu village( December 2014)

 At a household at Ing'welo "B" village in Ushetu District Council (2014), Wilbert Wanga from HUHESO Foundation while conducting monitoring and evaluation for the assessment performed by UWEZO PROGRAMME village volunteers as funded by TWAWEZA East Africa to identify children capability in reading SWAHILI, ENGLISH and doing simple mathematics
 LWELWE IKELESHO, a UWEZO PROGRAMME village volunteer (2014)from BUSANGI through HUHESO Foundation at Kahama government hospital admitted for medical help as for the bicycle accident victimized him at the moment he was on the way to HUHESO Foundation office for submitting the report after he had with him conducted an assessment for children capability in reading SWAHILI, ENGLISH and doing simple mathematics as funded by TWAWEZA East Africa.

Sunday, November 8, 2015


VILLAGE SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS [VSLAs] conducted by HUHESO Foundation in different District Councils in Msalala, Ushetu and Kahama Town Council marks the stepping stone toward ECONOMIC Strengthening versus Extreme Poverty amongst community members. Saving, Investing, Setting Priorities of Money one earns, Good Loans, Bad Loan and Budgeting are part and parcel of the Key topics covered in the course of VSLAs Operations. We would like to thank CARE International Tanzania via PESA KWA WOTE [PKW] Program underway in Kahama Authority. I would like to thank all Program Officer who facilitating Training, Consultation, Conducting Monitoring and Evaluation of the Program Objectives at hand...... The community members are required to participate efficiently as they are DIRECT BENEFICIARIES here in Kahama.

Below are photos of the groups in different villages in Kahama district.

 The box you see in front of the group used to keep money, books and other tools used in the group.

 One of the Member buying shares at the meeting, members in the group should range from 15 to 25 with 70% of women and 30 % of men.

 Every members should have books to keep records how many shares bought and loan taken and should know when can return the loans with percentages. 

 Before starting program officer must have community meeting so as people can form group.

 Members in the group must sit in the cycle and every member should have number because when buying shares leader call the number not the name. 

 As you see the money in the bowl after buying shares, the accountant of the must account all money and inform the members and leader should speak loudly the amount got in the session at the meeting. 

The Bucket you see used to put money when members are buying shares at the meeting. The shares should be bought once per week and the amount should be set with them and must be in their constitution of the Group.

Thursday, November 5, 2015


 Young reporters from the district of Kahama in Shinyanga region soon after pinpointing their cries to the fifth president of the United Republic of Tanzania.

 The children of Tanzania under the umbrella of  young reporters network ask the fifth government of Tanzania to care and defend child rights

Irene Joachim (17) a young reporter from Kahama district council in presentation during young reporters training conducted on 23rd to 24th of October ate HUHESO Foundation office facilitated by UNICEF Tanzania through Brightius Titus from Mwanza Youth and Children Network (MYCN)

Monica Joachim  (15) a young reporter from Kahama district council in presentation during young reporters training conducted on 23rd to 24th of October ate HUHESO Foundation office facilitated by UNICEF Tanzania through Brightius Titus from Mwanza Youth and Children Network (MYCN) 

Happiness Fredy  (15) a young reporter from Kahama district council in presentation during young reporters training conducted on 23rd to 24th of October ate HUHESO Foundation office facilitated by UNICEF Tanzania through Brightius Titus from Mwanza Youth and Children Network (MYCN)