According to ITU “Women account for one-half of the potential talent base throughout the world”, but yet women face a number of challenges; Women globally are paid 63% less than Men as reported by Oreilly – 2016, only 15% of women own agriculture land in Africa despite this being major source of income as reported by WomenThrive.org and 42% of women are subjected to sexual violence in Tanzania as documented in 2015/2016 DHS survey.
Empowering everyday people with awareness about HIV/AIDS-related challenges in their community, and equipping them with actionable information through creativity, data, and art.
In one of Tanzania’s communities most affected by HIV/AIDS, graffiti artists use data to connect people who use drugs with support services.
Mwananchi Communications builds a team, infrastructure, and skills to make information about health sector issues accessible to the public via data-driven storytelling.
Community mapping efforts in Dar Es Salaam are enabling local leaders to leverage information about the most granular level of community administration that exists in Tanzania.