The 3rd GYAC Forum in Brasilia, Brazil which was attended by more than 100 youth from 49 countries in the world was an amazing platform for me to supplement the work done back at home against corruption through the ripotirushwa project. The WBI CAP support to ripotirushwa had been a cornerstone to enable our grass root efforts to fight corruption in public health facilities in Dar es Salaam.
We have set a…Continue
DAILY NEWS: Thursday, Sept, 22, 2011: Page 9, writes on RipotiRushwa Community Campaign,
By Katare Mbashiru
CORRUPTION in health sector in Tanzania has been a stumbling block upon accessing services, something that has culminated loss of lives, especially people with meager income.
In a move towards finding the lasting solution on the vice which has been increasing at alarming rate, Tanzania Youth Vision Association (TYVA) launched…Continue
The Anti-Corruption Journalism on Health Project (ACJH ) will be conducting it’s first activity of the training on investigative Journalism Against Corruption for Healthcare services in Dar es Salaam and Coastal Region(Pwani). This training will be held at one of the auditoriums in University of Dar es Salaam Business School (UBDS) from 15 to 16 August 2011.…Continue
The Anti-Corruption Journalism on Healthcare services in Dar es Salaam and Coast Region is a Community Action Project that addresses petty corruption in healthcare service provision. This project is managed by an experienced youth-led project leader, innovative and visionary changemaker Frederick Fussi with a group of other 6 vibrant youth volunteers. Frederick Fussi is also a member of GYAC based in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.
In order to have a corruption free community…Continue