KinderKulturKarawane

In 2014, KinderKulturKarawane organized a tour of KCC’s artists and dancers to europe. We greatly benefited from that cooperation and are happy to announce that KinderKulturKarawane invited KCC for a second tour in 2016. The topic of our second tour to europe will be ‘climate change’.
KCC’s and KinderKulturkarawane’s partnership motivates the children who participate in KCC’s activities to do their best and hopefully get the chance to show their skills on the next tour to europe.
Furthermore, our partnerships with KinderKulturKarawane helped us to get in contact with sponsors, partners, volunteers and donors that help our center.
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UNICEF

Together with UNICEF, we run our community rehabilitation programme for children in conflict with the law and children at risk of offending. UNICEF supports our efforts since July of 2012 by financing the whole programme and teaching our local volunteers about children’s rights and how to take care for the children in our rehabilitationmprogramme.
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Molly’s Network

Molly’s Network became an official partner of KCC in 2013. Our partnership with Molly’s Network is aiming to help KCC building capacities in management and finance.
Beyond that, Molly’s Network helps us to connect with funders and various organizations that are also part of Molly’s Network members organization. The exchange of ideas and concepts helps us to advance.
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KinderKulturKarawane

In 2014, KinderKulturKarawane organized a tour of KCC’s artists and dancers to europe. We greatly benefited from that cooperation and are happy to announce that KinderKulturKarawane invited KCC for a second tour in 2016. The topic of our second tour to europe will be ‘climate change’.
KCC’s and KinderKulturkarawane’s partnership motivates the children who participate in KCC’s activities to do their best and hopefully get the chance to show their skills on the next tour to europe.
Furthermore, our partnerships with KinderKulturKarawane helped us to get in contact with sponsors, partners, volunteers and donors that help our center.

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Electric Aid

Electric Aid supports us since 2012 and funded our bajaji project that covers a part of our running costs. In 2013, Electric Aid bought three bajajis for KCC.
We highly appreciate the support by Electric Aids since it allows us to be less dependent on external funders.
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Peter Ustinov Foundation

Peter Ustinov Foundation is one of KCC’s funders since April of 2015 and supports us to conduct shows and workshops at various schools in Dar es Salaam. This enables us to give many children from the community the chance to discover their talents and develop them at kcc eventually.
Up to the beginning of 2016, more than 2200 children from ten different schools in Dar es Salaam participated in our workshops.
Furthermore, we are grateful that Peter Ustinov Foundation pays small allowances to our trainers.
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DESWOS

The german organization DESWOS supports us since KCC’s entertainment group visited europe in 2014 and met with DESWOS’s general manager, Werner Wilkens. Today, DESWOS is one of our biggest supporters. The majority of the office furniture and school desks at KCC are donations from DESWOS. Furthermore, DESWOS payed for urgently needed renovations at KCC. We are happy to announce that DESWOS plans to itensify the support in the future.
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Wings of Support

Wings of Support is an organization of KLM that supports various schools and organizations that care for children in difficult life situations.
WOS supports us since 2011 when they bought the first Bajaji for our Bajaji project. Apart from that, WOS donated sewing machines and materials for KCC’s sewing programme, clothes for children and local volunteers, costumes for KCC’s artists, school materials, computers and even pays the renovation and rent for our office.
WOS’s efforts make a huge positive impact for everyone at KCC.
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School Aid

School Aid is supporting KCC since the end of 2015. The organization ships school books and learning materials to different schools and projects in africa.
We received a full container with various school things at the end of 2015. KCC distributes these books together with ‘Voice of Africa’ and ‘Malign traveling library’ to different schools in and around Dar es Salaam and Mwanza. This enables hundreds of students in Tanzania to have access to books.
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Pamoja e.V.

German non-profit organisation to support the Kigamboni Community Centre (KCC)
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Hansa Gymnasium Cologne

Hansa-Gymnasium is a Secondary School in Cologne (Germany), also a UNESCO-project-school. After getting to know KCC in 2010 through two german volunteers (who went to this school), they decided to support KCC for longterm. Thats why a group of nine pupils and one teacher organising events for KCC, where they inform others about KCC, their work and their current projects. Further more they collect donations, engage people’s attention for KCC and raise their awareness for the children’s situation in Tanzania. In beginning of 2012 they provided donations for the development of KCC future land. In June 2012 the Hansa-Gymnasium has got an fund-raiser called “Day of Africa“ where they also present KCC to sensibilise more pupils to support KCC. It´s supposed to make African culture accessible to german students.
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