A child protection policy provides guidelines for organisations and their staff to create safe environments for children. It is a tool that protects both children and staff by clearly defining what action is required in order to keep children safe, and ensuring a consistency of behaviour so that all staff follow the same process
A child protection policy also demonstrates an organisation's commitment to children and ensures public confidence in it's safe practices.
Many children and families in Morogoro are living in poverty, often exacerbated by HIV/AIDS, high mortality rates and by being orphans. Here, services for children with poorly resourced mostly orphans are supported.
Monthly they are provided with flour, soap, beans etc to support them
The Organization operates a Day Care Centre since 1997 known as the Zawadi DayCare Centre. The centre started with 20 children aged between three and four years and in 2015 the centre was able to enrol 100 children of same age. About 60 percent of the enrolled children are most vulnerable and orphans.
Although primary education and ordinary secondary level education are free in Tanzania, we provide scholarstic materials for them to help them acquiring quality education
Children represent the future, and ensuring their healthy growth and development ought to be a prime concern of all societies. Children are vulnerable to malnutrition and infectious diseases, many of which can be effectively prevented or treated.
We try helping by providing medical assistance to the most sick children by giving power flour and fruits with medicines. Also we check our sponsored children's health
Childhood Development Organization (CDO) is a profit making but not profit sharing local NGO operating in Morogoro Region. Currently operating in only two districts (Mvomero and Kilombero) out of five districts of the region. The Organization is determined to support communities to improve their livelihood.