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Village Outreach In Mwanza

Come to the WoteSawa outreach in Mwanza county on the 25th July 2022.

COVID 19 Sanitation Donation

Come with the WoteSawa Team as they deliver COVID 19 sanitizers and masks.

OUR CAUSES

WE PROMOTE DECENT WORK FOR DOMESTIC WORKERS, COMBAT HUMAN
TRAFFICKING AND FIGHT AGAINST CHILD LABOUR.
NOW WE NEED YOUR HELP TO CONTINUE THIS.

TESTIMONIALS FROM VICTIMS

AN INSIGHT FROM VICTIMS ABOUT OUR IMPACT

Clementina Gidioni, a girl from Mecco ward, Ilemela district, says that, “WoteSawa’s training has changed my attitude because I used to be rude, careless, and cruel and sometimes destroy my employer’s property. I have become an ambitious Domestic Worker with good behavior. My relationship with the employer has turned friendly to the extent that there are no more mistreatments.”

Clementina Gidioni

Domestic Violence Victim

Jenipher Paulo says, “Since I attended WoteSawa training on Domestic Workers’ responsibilities in 2018, I am blessed and I can see my life is now improving. Previously, my boss and her children used to abuse me and treat me with no regard for my dignity. I used to be paid less salary and sometimes my salary was deducted to compensate for the broken utensils… Read more

Jenipher Paulo

Child Abuse Victim

Aneth Faraja, a 10 years old girl from Lukuba village, Misenyi district, in Kagera region, dropped out of school and was trafficked to Mwanza in 2018 to be engaged in domestic work. She worked in Mwanza for two years without being paid. She decided to escape from her employer’s household due to abuse and exploitation from her employer, including not being enrolled in school… Read more

Aneth Faraja

Human Trafficking Victim

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