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About us

Child Help Tanzania is an NGO registered under the non-governmental organization act, no. 24 of 2002. With registration No. 00NGO/R/0855 of December 2019.

Founded in 2018, Child-Help Tanzania was appointed to represent Child-Help International activities in Tanzania, such as medical and surgical materials distribution to health care centers, training and coaching of service and health providers, awareness and advocacy, and provision of transit homes for parents and children with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. Child-Help Tanzania was then registered in 2019 and became one of the five divisions of Child-Help International, other divisions being Child-Help Belgium, Child-Help Italy, Child-Help Germany and Child-Help Netherlands.

Our Vision

By 2050 all children with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus should have a fair start in the world.

Our Mission

To enable a generation where children with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus become thriving adults in an inclusive society by working with parties worldwide.

Core Values

Support: We do our best to provide social and economic support to victims of Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus through advocacy and empowerment.

Integrity: Staying committed to our mission while meeting ethical and professional standards in all our organizational endeavors requires respect, honesty, transparency, accountability, and dependability. By doing so, we build sustainable relationships with our partners and the public.

Diversity and inclusion: We promote the value of contribution from people of widely diverse cultural, ethnic, and social backgrounds in our workforce. We embrace the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion both internally, in our hiring process, and externally, in our practices. We achieve this by creating a welcoming work environment that values the contribution of each of us, by leveraging our differences to be more effective in achieving a mission, and by respecting and learning from our variety of experiences and ways of thinking.

Teamwork: We strive for open communication and collaboration towards a common goal. We work together in a way that the members know which direction the team is working toward, their responsibilities, and how they aim to achieve a collective goal.


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Who is Who

Get to know our CHT team and the Board of Directors

What we do

Learn more about what we do as the focus of our work


Learn about who we partner with and facilitate


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Following the Houses of Hope

A 21 year old Rhune Bervoet, a photography master’s student at Kask & Conservatory based in Ghent (Belgium) will spend one month in different locations in Tanzania, staying at Houses of Hope. On this page you can follow her story.
In the introduction we mentioned more about the purpose of this blog, and what you can expect in the upcoming days.

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A container to Tanzania

We traveled a long way, both in time and in distance, to get material for the children with spina bifida and hydrocephalus to the right destination.

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