#DOTYouth - DOT Tanzania

#DOTYouth

#DOTYouth is a global movement of daring social innovators. Read about how some of DOT Tanzania’s digital champions, community leaders, and social innovators are creating opportunities and transforming their communities.

Glory

Glory believes in the power of going all the way, that when you set your focus on one goal you need to give your all to see it to the end.

Before she became a social entrepreneur Glory was working on her other ...

Paulo

Paulo has made it his objective to live a full, meaningful life that will help elevate youth livelihoods, especially in his community.  It is with this drive that he continues forging an impactful career in building ...

Nang'idare

Nang’idare is a Maasai young social entrepreneur from Longido who founded Ewang’an Maasai Foundation to help young women and girls in her community gain economic independence through the tourism industry.  She ...

Shadrack

More than 75% of Tanzania’s population makes its livelihood from small-scale farming — it was only a matter of time until there was a mobile money application designed specifically for them.

That mobile platform ...

Gerald

Gerald Mukama remembers the first time he built a website: “I was so amazed that I could use computers to do what I wanted to do—change the colours, add the content and the animation. I am the type of guy who is ...

Julius

Accessing healthy food is not always easy when living in a large city like Dar es Salaam. You might know the location of markets and grocery stores, but traffic and a lack of time make it impossible to get to them. ...

Dorina

Dorina Mathayo’s friend was looking for a new home. Unsure of where to start, Dorina’s friend was told to seek the assistance of an agent who could show her houses in Dar es Salaam  – but she still couldn’t find a ...

Catherine

On Girls in ICT Day, Catherine participated in a live video chat with our partners at Global Affairs Canada (GAC) to discuss her social enterprise, Girls Awareness in IT-Profession, and the importance of empowering ...

Lulu

When Shaat Lulu King'ori participated in a DOT Tanzania social enterprise competition in 2016, her idea immediately stood out. She was enthusiastic and had a clear understanding of a need in her community and how ...

George

Growing up in Arusha, George saw the challenges of an education system with unequal opportunities between public and private schools. He studied at a public high school, where it was hard to access learning ...

Carolyn

Carolyn Kandusi embodies the proverb mtu ni watu: a person is people. No man is an island. We must support each other in order to succeed.

When she began considering the idea of how to create a community to ...