KARUDECA in partnership with Saving Banks Foundation for international Cooperation (SBFIC) collaborated to implement the above mentioned project from June 2016 to August 2107. A total of about 1,000 people received our trainings in the following courses: Product development, credit appraisal, strategic management, management and leadership, entrepreneurship, risk management, basic accounting and customer care. These trainings have transformed the microfinance sector in Karagwe Tanzania.
KARUDECA is partnering with SBFIC to implement a financial education project to young Tanzania in schools to learn basic financial and saving principle so that they can be good consumers in the future. The project is now serving eleven schools with a total of about 3200 students. Topics taught includes responsible consumption, personal and family budget, saving, credit, borrowing etc.
KARUDECA has been in partnership with Wabia Network, a UK based organization from 2015, in implementing a micro credit scheme among vulnerable women in Karagwe Tanzania. So far the project has benefited about 200 women with soft loans and transformed their lives.
KARUDECA in partnership with SBFIC is implementing a poultry pilot project with school children at Chanika primary school, Karagwe Tanzania. The aim of the project is to build entrepreneurial and saving skills among school young children in Karagwe Tanzania. At the same time, the project will help the pupils meet their scholastic needs. We started with twelve pupils, and hope to expand the project in the future.
In partnership with Tanzania Development Trust (TDT) UK , KARUDECA constructed a water tank to enable both teachers and students at Nyakahanga secondary schools,Karagwe Tanzania get water
to drink and use when at school.This project is benefiting about 450 students and 50 trachers.
Also,KARUDECA in partnership with EWB Swedn,has recently completed a 50,000 Litres above the ground rain water harvesting tank at Ihanda primary school,Karagwe Tanzania.The project will benefit about 500 pupils and 15 teachers.
There is still a big need of this project.Interested partners are welcome to collaborate with us to expand it and benefit more needy schools in the region.