Our mission is to provide gender equality and tackle the climate change problem facing Tanzania

MADEO was established because of Gender inequality and climate change problems facing Tanzania that affect the lives, health, and well-being of women, girls, boys, and men and poor production in agriculture, worsening of public health, and loss of biodiversity respectively, which result in low economic development to communities.

Projects we are focusing on

Raise awareness on environmentally friendly practices
Advocate on nutrition education

We are dedicated to raising awareness about environmentally friendly practices and inspiring positive change. Our platform aims to provide valuable resources, tips, and information on how you can incorporate sustainable habits into your daily life. Together, let's empower ourselves and others to make a difference in protecting our planet. Join us on this journey toward a greener and more sustainable future.

We are passionate advocates for nutrition education and believe that knowledge about healthy eating is crucial for overall well-being. Our platform is dedicated to spreading awareness, providing valuable resources, and promoting the importance of nutrition education. Through informative articles, expert insights, and practical tips, we aim to empower individuals to make informed choices and prioritize their health. Join us in advocating for nutrition education and nurturing a healthier future for all.

More to what we focus on

Empower the community on gender equality
Promote sustainable agriculture

Gender equality is an essential principle that promotes social justice, economic development, and the overall well-being of a society. In Tanzania, significant efforts have been made to advance gender equality and empower women. However, despite progress in certain areas, challenges persist, highlighting the ongoing need to address gender disparities and promote equal opportunities for all.

Climate change is a global crisis that poses significant challenges to countries around the world, including Tanzania. As a nation heavily reliant on agriculture, natural resources, and vulnerable coastal ecosystems, Tanzania is particularly susceptible to the impacts of climate change. Rising temperatures, changing rainfall patterns, sea-level rise, and extreme weather events are already affecting the country, threatening livelihoods, food security, and overall socio-economic stability.

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