Umoja wa wawezeshaji KIOO
Umoja wa wawezeshaji KIOO, abbreviated as KIOO is a voluntary non-political, non-religious, and non-profit sharing organization that was found in 2001 and officially registered in 2004 under the Societies Ordinance of 1954. KIOO is based in the town of Kigoma, primarily operating in the Kigoma region in western part of Tanzania. Organisation mission KIOO’s vision is a Tanzanian society where every individual is free from poverty, injustice and lives in dignity. KIOO’s mission is to advocate for women rights to own land and other property including decision making, better education and vocational skills for most vulnerable children, environmental, agriculture and food security, good governance and accountability, health system strengthening, child protection, care and support to most vulnerable children, taking action to water sanitation problems in the community. KIOO believes that all people are equal, and the world is a good place where all people are cared for, where everyone’s needs are met, respected and valued. KIOO is prioritizing the most vulnerable and marginalized people, working through communities with other social partners to improve people live and ending poverty and we wants to make difference by empowering young people in Kigoma and Tanzania in general through vocational, business and entrepreneurship training.