Karagwe Rural Development and Environmental Conservation Agency (KARUDECA) is a local NGO based in Karagwe district, Kagera region, in the north western part of Tanzania. KARUDECA was
registered in 2007 to work in Karagwe district Tanzania. Following its good performance, in 2016, it was re-registered to operate all over Tanzania mainland. KARUDECA was founded by Mr. Steven
who is a teacher by profession. He was born and raised in Karagwe district, Tanzania where KARUDECA is based. Steven founded KARUDECA because he wanted to serve his community in a different way.
Whilst working as a teacher he could see that many students could not pay their school fees or buy school uniforms. He decided to develop KARUDECA to help people develop a sustainable
KARUDECA developed over time successful programs and is continually working to improve life of the people from Karagwe.
Students participated in our financial trainings
Woman have benefited through a micro credit program
Two Water tanks have been constructed so far. 1 at Nyakahanga Secondary School and 1 at Ihanda Primary school.They both serve about 1,000 people with safe and clean drinking water.Many thanks to TDT(UK) and EWB Sweden.
Families with over 60 persons are benefiting through the poultry program. And there is still help needed. You are welcome to join Karudeca with us hand in hand.
men and women had been trained on entrepreneurship and business planning and management
KARUDECA is partnering with SBFIC to implement a financial education project to young Tanzania in schools to learn basic financial and saving principles.
KARUDECA has been in partnership with Wabia Network, a UK based organization, in implementing a micro credit scheme project for vulnerable woman.
KARUDECA in partnership with SBFIC is implementing a poultry pilot project with school children. The aim of the project is to build entrepreneurial and saving skills among young children
In partnership with Tanzania Development Trust (TDT), KARUDECA constructed a water tank to enable both teachers and students get water to drink and use when at school.