The Dare Women's Foundation is an NGO working to empower Tanzanian women and girls, with a focus on rural areas, through poverty alleviation, social justice, economic empowerment, and gender equality.
Many of the women we work with have endured tragedies such as rape, discrimination, domestic violence. Most all of them deal with lack of feminine hygiene care, little nutrition and conservation education, young marriage, and large family size due to lack of contraception and sex education.
By bringing these women together, educating them about their rights, giving them a voice, and supporting them in their endeavors, the Dare Women's Foundation is changing Tanzania one woman at a time. When you educate a girl, you educate a community.
The Dare Women's Foundation is located in Tanzania and is currently working in the Tanga region (Mtae and Mambo villages) and Arusha region (Malala, Majengo, Moshono and Olasiti villages).
MEET OUR TEAM
ADDITIONAL HELP FROM OUR VOLUNTEER TEAM
JOSEPH LOURE PARMELO -- General Manager
LAURA DELUCA – Advisor
CARRELL DAMMANN – Advisor
GEMINA GARLAND-LEWIS -- Media and Communications & Assistant Manager
CONNOR KNICKEL -- Assistant Manager & Advisor
GERALD DUNCAN -- Business Administrator
PAULINE AUGUSTINO TENDWA-- Business Administrator
PRISCA SHAYO -- Regional Leader
MORGAN GEIGER – Advisor
LUCY TONGEN – Advisor
HELEN MKUJI -- Project Coordinator
Colleen Ryan – Advisor
LAURA CREPEAU -- Project Coordinator
HAPPY ELIUFOO KIMARO -- Women' & Children's Rights
FREDRICK MARTIN MAHANYU -- Women & Children's Rights
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Special thanks to Daudi, Thad and Mike Peterson of Arusha and their families who have been very supportive of the mission of Dare Women's Foundation since its beginning. They have agreed to help funnel donations to Dare Women's Foundation through their 501(c)(3), the Dorobo Fund, making money transfer possible to those who wish to donate from around the world. When donating to Dare, please indicate as such on the drop down menu on the donate page of Dorobo Fund.
To donate to Dare Women's Foundation, click here.