SOS Children’s Villages is a child focused, non-governmental organization providing care and support to children who have lost parental care or at risk of losing parental care of their biological families. SOS Children’s Villages in Tanzania is a member of SOS Children’s Villages International, the largest Non-Governmental organization for children across the world. In Tanzania, there are four Children Villages under the SOS family care programme in Zanzibar (Unguja), Dar es Salaam, Arusha and Mwanza. We also operate in seven locations; Pemba, Unguja, Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Mwanza, Iringa and Mufindi. Currently, both our villages and community programmes take care over 7450 children, with the Board Chairperson being Mr.Haruna Masebu.
By 2022, SOS Children’s Villages in Tanzania and Zanzibar had reached 854,209 beneficiaries, of which 164,005 were direct beneficiaries and 690,204 were indirect beneficiaries. Among the 164,005 direct beneficiaries, 123,004 were children (49,202 boys and 73,802 girls) and 41,001 were adults (12,300 men and 28,701 women), and among the 690,204 indirect beneficiaries, 586,673 were children (234,669 boys and 352,004 girls) and 103,531 were adults (20,706 men 82,825 women) respectively.
Years of Experience
Thousand Childrens Helped
Donation We Collected
Our senior management team at SOS Children's Villages Tanzania is a dedicated group of professionals passionately committed to improving the lives of vulnerable children and families throughout the nation. They bring diverse expertise to their roles, ensuring effective strategic leadership, high-quality program development and implementation, sound financial stewardship, a positive work environment, impactful fundraising and communications efforts, and the provision of essential knowledge and skills for the children in our care. Together, they form the driving force behind our mission to provide love, care, and opportunities to Tanzania's most vulnerable children, guiding them towards a brighter and more secure future