Covid-19 was unveiled in March in Tanzania the community said the disease is for those living in major cities such as Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Arusha and Tanga. Reports began to circulate that even in rural areas the catastrophe had occurred as those in large cities returned to the countryside.
I saw the stigma increase at a very high rate there is no handshake anymore, people are not going to visit each other, in church there were new procedures.
I have a project visit girls in high school with them we discuss the proper way to identify the sources of violence they will be experiencing and the appropriate action to take on acts of violence at the household level, on their way to and from school, or in the community. such as having someone/friendship with parents she trust who will be able to take on her challenges and help her figure out the right way to solve them.
Technology should be an advocate for victims by addressing acts of violence and identifying appropriate ways to combat such acts.
Second I Provide education to inspire girls to see big dreams and the power to bring about their personal and collective development in society . I often use role model Tanzanian women who have done well as vice president Samia Suluhu, Deputy speaker Tulia Akson, Minister of Health ,community development Gender Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu they work is remarkable one.
Third Having life and reproductive health techniques on my topics to build girls' self-esteem, confidence and voice
Myself I see the progress at household level as little by little case of violence are reporting to the authority and few are willing to witness and my hope is at government as policy makers ,has moved services to the people with the presence of a gender desk police and social welfare officers has facilitated places to deploy acts of violence.