CARE International
in Tanzania

CARE International is an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) registered and commenced its works in Tanzania in 1994 responding to the influx of refugees in North-West Tanzania because of the genocide crisis in Rwanda.

We
save lives,
defeat poverty,
achieve social justice,
and fight for women and girls.

Our focus in Tanzania.

CARE tackles the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice through multiple multiple angles. See how we focus our efforts in Tanzania in the fight against poverty.

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Latest News & Stories

Her Money, Her Life: Women’s Economic Justice in the Tanzania Tea Industry

Establishing the SAKARE Specialty Tea Factory in Bungu marks a transformative initiative to bridge gender roles, technological gaps, and market divides for smallholder tea farmers. The success story unfolds through the dedication of women at various levels, from organic farming to processing, showcasing increased income, economic independence, and a shift in traditional norms, facilitated by collaborative efforts from CARE Tanzania, the Government of Tanzania, and implementing partners.

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From a homemaker to a thriving farmer

The project aimed to empower cashew nut farmers like her to improve their yields and income by providing them with training on Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) through the Farmer Field and Business School (FFBS)

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Responding to the Devastating Impact of December 3, 2023, floods and mudslides in Hanang District, Tanzania

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