Who we are

What does CARE do? We save lives, defeat poverty, achieve social justice, and fight for women and girls.

CARE International has been present in Tanzania since April 1994 when CARE International established a temporary presence in response to the crisis in Ngara,
Kagera region. In 1995, CARE Tanzania developed its livelihoods of the people in Tanzania through improving food security.

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About Us

CARE is one of the contributors to the financial service sector in Tanzania through its projects. CARE has facilitated the establishment of about 30,000 Village Saving and Loan Associations (VSLAs) in rural Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar with focus on women economic independence. Read More

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Meet our leadership team at CARE International in Tanzania. Read More

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Mission and Vision

CARE is a global leader within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. Read More

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What to Achieve by 2028

Tanzania’s contribution to the CARE vision 2030 has reached 331,425 people (from 2021 and beyond). The new strategy seeks to cement this success through the economic empowerment, and stronger partnerships with donors and the private sector. Read More

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Partnerships are the foundation of CARE's work. CARE aims to continually multiply the impact of its work. Read More

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