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About CCI

Centre for Community Initiatives (CCI)
Centre for Community Initiatives (CCI) is the national support NGO formed by Tanzanians with a desire of providing technical and financial assistance to the community living in informal settlements and the Tanzania Urban Poor Federation (TUPF).  
Our Approach
The primary approach for achieving these aims is to support the development of a strong and active urban poor federation. Support takes the form of establishment of savings schemes;  community resource mobilization and organization; conduction of enumeration and mapping; exchange visits;  partnership support, technical assistance, capacity-building, leadership and management support, outreach, advocacy, action oriented  research and documentation.
Our Mission
CCI’s mission is to build the capacity of the communities from the urban poor to initiate sustainable development that improve their livelihoods
Our Vision
CCI aspires to create a fair and inclusive cities where communities   from the urban poor will unite be empowered with skills to effectively   negotiate from their collective interests and priorities.

Our Programmes

Water Provision

CCI supports the community through capacity building to plan, implement and manage water Projects

CLIMATE CHANGE

CCI and Tanzania urban Poor Federation have realized the need to incorporate Climate Change in its programme.

SOLID WASTE COLLECTION

JENGA programme was established with the purpose of funding larger development projects initiated by communities.

LAND, HOUSING AND SHELTER

JENGA programme was established with the purpose of funding larger development projects initiated by communities.

HIV/ AIDS

JENGA programme was established with the purpose of funding larger development projects initiated by communities.

Sanitation Programme

CCI conducted enumeration, mapping and profiling in cases sanitation challenges and its effects have been acute.

Our Partners

Latest News

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Admin, Monday, 13 July 2015
Mr. Ally Abdallah aged 49 is a resident of Manzese Kilimani informal settlement in Dar es Salaam. He has lived in the settlement for since1980’s. .For all that time, Mr. Ally was using a pit latrine ...

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Contact

  • Address : Center For Community Initiatives,
  • Kijitonyama (Behind COSTECH Building),
  • Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road, KIJITONYAMA.
  • P.O. BOX 31515.
  • DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA.
  • Telephone : +255 22 2701390
  • Mobile       : +255 755657573 
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