We talk about what we do, who our partners are, and which tasks we have set ourselves on the following pages.
Ranging from the accommodation of children, the foster parents and foster families, to our employees, including in the schools and other educational institutions, get a deeper insight into our work in Tanzania here.
|Official AIDS Infection Rate||ca. 6,5%|
|Malnourishement||44% of the population|
|Widespread Diseases||Malaria, Cholera and other diarrheal diseases|
|Access to clean drinking water||just 38% of the population|
|Life Expectancy||Women: 46.3 years; Men: 44.9 years|
|Living on Less Than $1 a Day||57,8%|
|Average Age||17.7 years|
|Size||945.087 qkm (two and a half times bigger than Germany)|
|Seat of Government||Dar es Salaam|
|Languages||Official Language: Kiswahili; Educated and Commonly Used Language: English|
|Religion||approx. 40% Christian, 30% Muslim, 30% local religions|