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Australia in Africa

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The Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES) is supporting girls in Singida with sanitary pads and changing rooms. The initiative is implemented in Tanzania by CARE Tanzania, Caritas Tanzania, Marie Stopes Tanzania, WaterAid Tanzania and World Vision Tanzania. 

This is one of activities supported by AACES in health, water, sexual reproductive health, agriculture, sanitation and hygiene sectors benefiting over 48,000 women and children in communities around Tanzania. The launch event was organized by CARE graced by Achilles Ndyalusa, Senior Community Development Officer of the Ministry of Community Development, Gender and Children and his counterpart Ms. Leisa Gibson, the First Secretary for Development Cooperation with the Australian High Commission in Nairobi.


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