• Welcome to TA Foundation
  • Livestock keeping
    Women economic empowerment
  • Poverty
    TA Foundation Laying the Foundation for Sustainable Living
  • Agriculture
    Working To Make a Difference
  • Bee Keeping
    Building a Brighter Tomorrow Always Starts Today
  • Conserving and Managing Environment Is Our Concern
  • Education
    TA Foundation helping Most Vulnerable children (MVC) with education supports
    Improving Life of People infected and Affected by HIV/AIDS with Income Generating Activities (IGA)


Implement sustainable programs that improve livelihood of the marginalized community.



 To be a leader in facilitating socio-economic empowerment of marginalized community    through promotion of improved agriculture production, entrepreneurship skills development, local resources mobilization & relevant cross cutting issues.

HIV/AIDS: The organisation objective is To Improve the quality of life of people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and their dependants in the community through establishment of various income generating projects that enable the infected and affected people to cope with income challenges and thus manage their life in sustainable way;   In Tanzania and all its settings, certain groups face disproportionate risk for HIV infection and onward transmission. Even in areas with low HIV prevalence rates, men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who inject drugs and transgender individuals also termed “key populations” are consistently at greater risk. Although there is general agreement that the epidemic often is concentrated among these groups, health interventions and health policies have lagged in effectively addressing their needs for prevention, care, and treatment. The foundation works to Improve the quality of life of people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and their dependants though supporting, capacity building on Income generating activities (IGA) and provision of various pyscho social,education, materials support so that they can live healthy life and generate income that will support them to get their dairy basic needs such as food, shelter and clothes And having a little income to support their families in terms of the cost of uniforms, books, shoes and school fees that most of them is beyond their means/capacity.


Example of Some of the project implemented

was to improve the quality of life of people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Th project aimed at  Enhancing Economic empowerment for HIV/AIDS infected and affected women in Mbeya rural district.


Other project was to Improve Access to and Quality Delivery of Education and Sexual Reproductive Health through Social Accountability.The project that targeted adolescents beneficieries from 10 – 19 years

Interesting Story

Story from Tutindaga Anyelwise, widow from Bujesi village - Southern part of Tanzania. “We would love to express our heartfelt thanks to TA foundation Team for training and supporting us, as women in the village our Income has increased so now our children can go to school. We can buy necessary dresses for them. Cash is very important for me. I had no cash before, so could not do anything on my own. I had to exchange goods with others and had no choice. Now I can earn, save and think and plan for tomorrow which was not possible before”.

Through the project impacts apart from micro businesses that we are running as a group, I have two dairy goats and my own beehives that I earn money by selling milk, honey and its related products. I can run my family better and I’m happy about that. My two children now go to school, get basic human needs on time such as food,clothes and I have money to buy medicine when they become sick” 



Women and Honey Making

Beekeeping project and its advantage resulting honey is rich, sweet and delicious. However, it’s what it can do for the women of the village that is really impressive. It wasn’t long ago that women were excluded from honey making altogether.

‘Traditionally it was the men of the village who produced honey, and we women were excluded. TA Foundation approached women in the villages, and showed them that they could also produce honey like men.’ Said Tumaini.

‘Traditionally,Honey used to be harvested from high up in tall trees, the tree would be set on fire to scare off the bees, and the collecting was done in the middle of the night in darkness! This made it very dangerous, and with this way of getting honey it was difficult for the women of the village to take part.’

Tumaini thinks for a moment before continuing ‘It makes me feel very happy, as something that was not possible is now possible. We would just stand by and watch as the men got the honey, now we have better knowledge and can get our own.

The honey we produce has good quality, even if we make a smaller amount people will always buy. As the days go on, we shall increase the production per hive. Previously, people would not try honey even for 10 years! Now we have it all of the time, so people in the community are very happy because of the project because through this,they can get money for purchasing basic human needs for their families.’