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About US

Who are we?

Social Action Trust Fund (SATF) is registered under the Trustee's Incorporation Ordinance (Cap 375) of 1956. The Trust commenced its activities in April 1998. SATF is dedicated to support Most Vulnerable Children(MVC) and to address the impact resulted by HIV/ AIDS and poverty in Tanzania.
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Our Strategy

We mobilize funds from donors, individuals and corporates to complement our support to MVC
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Our Team

The Chief Executive Officer manages the daily operations supported by the Program and Finance and Administration Managers.

Vision

Productive members of the society emerging from transformed MVC

Mission

To support MVC to attain their full potentials through provision of basic services in collaboration with Government, CBO’s and other Development partners

Values

The overall operations guiding principle is to be PRUDENT. Which is Passion, Respect, Unity, Dedication, Excellence, Networking and Teamwork.

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FIELD EVENTS
The SATF Tailored Vocational Training project is designed to support Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) in Vocational training courses. Vocational training is one of the education choices through which SATF supports MVC. For the FY 2019, SATF has partnered with two vocational colleges that are Mtawanya FDC and Sengerema FDC to train SATF beneficiaries in various vocational courses.
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FDC students taking Tailoring course with Teachers and representative from SATF (in blue T-shirt) during the graduation ceremony at Sengerema FDC.
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Students from Sengerema FDC in group picture during the graduation Ceremony
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We reach out every beneficiary before enrollment!
SATF as one the stakeholders of the National Costed Plan of Action (NCPA) of 2010, adheres to the guidelines described in the national criteria during the process of recruiting eligible Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) in Tanzania. In 2020, SATF plans to recruit more than 500 new beneficiaries for its Education support program. The new enrollments will be recruited from the following Mtwara, Njombe, Makambako, Mkuranga, Morogoro, Sengerema, Bukoba rural, Muleba, Arumeru, Lindi rural, Nachingwea and Karagwe.

Implementing Partners in collaboration with Most Vulnerable Children Committees (MVCC) have identified the eligible beneficiaries and submitted the lists to SATF. Before the beneficiaries are admitted, SATF conducts verification of the beneficiaries as the final stage to ensure only the eligible ones are admitted in the program.
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Ms. Sylvia Ruambo, Senior Program Officer interviewing a beneficiary’s guardian in Nachingwea District.
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SATF representative, Ms. Happy Mushi getting to higher heights on the way to the beneficiary’s residence at Kishenge Village, Bukoba rural during verification exercise.
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SATF representative, Mr. Edgar Kihwelo with beneficiaries at Kikwe Village, Arumeru District.
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Ms. Hellen Kilontsi, Program Officer conducting interviews with the prospective beneficiaries at Ngomamtimba Village, Sengerema District.

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Contact Us

  • Address: SOCIAL ACTION TRUST FUND Plot No. 305/307, Manyara Street, Mikocheni A, P.O.BOX 31552, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
  • Telephone: +255 22 2701620
  • Fax: +255 22 2701621
  • Email: info@satf.or.tz

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