Humanitarian Work: Tanzania

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Tanzania is a low-income least developed country (LILDC). About 80% of Tanzanians live in rural areas and engage in small-scale rain-fed agriculture for the production of staple food and cash crops, as well as rearing livestock. Its nationwide adult HIV prevalence is 6.2%. As of 2014, an estimated 1.6 million people are food insecure across Tanzania.

Humanitarian Impact in Tanzania

Allied Cultures provides case-specific humanitarian support as part of its mission to engage cross-culturally and serve the unique needs of individuals and families displaced by political unrest, homelessness, natural disasters and more. 

One of the countries we have been able to support is that of Tanzania, an East African country bordering the Indian Ocean.

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Allied Cultures carries out its humanitarian programs in Tanzania through a partnership with the Foundation for African Empowerment. 

Humanitarian Partner

Aid Tracker

​as of 4/30/2022

  • Direct Aid to date: $964.63

  • # of Years of Support Provided: 1 year

  • Pounds of Humanitarian Supplies: several hundred

  • # of People Supported by Program: 42 students with special educational needs

Support Needed

  • Direct Aid to be distributed by Allied Cultures volunteers for students of a vetted school in need, which also allows us to boost the economy in Tanzania with timely and person-specific purchases of essential feminine hygiene supplies.

How to Help

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