Vocational Training, Pre-School and DayCare
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Since 2006 Faraja strives for women empowerment. Up to the present, a total of 420 young women have been received at the centre, out of which;
  1. 159  are young women and their children
  2. 266  are girls who were at high risk, this number includes the victims of human trafficking and domestic violence.



The outcome achieved from the  above target group  is as follows:
  • 86 have acquired formal employment in various hotels or restaurants and in the textile  industry in Arusha,
  • 38 have succeeded in getting sponsorship and have been re-registered to schools for formal education (primary, secondary and QT)
  • 296 have managed to  self employ themselves in the informal business sector that helps them to pay school fees for their children and manage their own life.

Family reunification:
  • 136 victims  of  trafficking  were reunified to their parents and relatives in Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Tanga, Morogoro, Tabora, Dodoma, Singida, Shinyanga, Kigoma, Mtwara, Iringa and Mbeya regions.