has been present in Tanzania for over 40 years. We aim to achieve inclusive growth and development through effective solutions with local impact, which are essential for lasting development success.
Since the early 2000s, Tanzania has seen remarkable economic growth and strong resilience to external shocks.
These achievements, however, are overshadowed by the slow response of poverty to the growing economy: the poverty rate remains stagnant at around 34% despite a robust annual growth of around 7%.
This apparent disconnect between growth and poverty reduction needs to be addressed, and we therefore focus our work in the Energy, Agriculture and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene sectors, in alignment with Tanzania's National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty.
Opportunities for Youth Employment (OYE)
In Tanzania, Rwanda, and Mozambique, unemployment rates for youth are 2-3 times higher than those of adults, with an even higher rate of unemployment among young women. Furthermore, poverty levels in these three countries range from 45 to 68%, according to The World Bank.
The vast majority of rural youth depend on 'vulnerable' employment in subsistence farming, and informal self-employment without a stable income or the opportunity for professional development or long-term growth.
Consequently, many rural youth migrate to urban centers in search of work, but often they lack an adequate skill set or clear understanding of the needs of the market.
Improve the livelihoods and prospects for 20,500 rural youth in Tanzania, Rwanda and Mozambique.
Create direct employment and improve incomes for 11,100 young women and men, with a potential benefit to 66,000 people in their households and extended families in Mozambique and Tanzania.
Create employment for over 6,500 youth in Rwanda and Tanzania in existing biogas and other energy enterprises, and in 170 new youth-led energy enterprises.
SNV Agriculture reduces poverty and improves livelihoods through innovative solutions that address food & nutrition security, sustainable markets, climate smart agriculture, and equality of opportunity for women and youth in employment and business.
You can reach them using any of the following
P.O. Box 3941, Plot 1124, Chole road, Msasani Peninsular
+255 (222) 600-340
+255 (222) 600-340
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