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Karagwe Community Based Rehabilitation Programs


We champion the rights of young people with disabilities since more than 12 year. Our work combines two proven approaches for reaching a society in which children and young people with disabilities enjoy just and inclusive life.

Our Work



Community Rehabilitation

Promoting the environment of social and economical inclusion, thereby reducing the negative impacts of disabilities.

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Physiotherapy

Get physiotherapy services by our experienced physiotherapists. We provide Physiotherapy exercises, treatment and more...

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Education for the Disabled

We create the better future by promoting education in the community to disabled youth into education and sports.

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Legal Aid for Disabled

We help the less priviledged with legal services to make sure that justice is available for all people in the community.

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Meet Our Partners



Lilliane Foundation

The Liliane Foundation contributes to a world that is open to everyone and in which poor children with disabilities can develop and use their talents.

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Tumaini Fund

Tumaini Fund supports the HIV/AIDS widows and orphans of North-West Tanzania by improving the standards of their living and promoting health and education.

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OWCF

One World Children's Fund works to create more opportunities for children around the world to thrive by investing in local organizations in the community.

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FOCT

Friends of the Children of Tanzania provides education, social and medical care and support to orphans, vulnerable and disabled children and their carers in Tanzania.

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Become a Donor

One of the best things God gave a man is a GIFT, and the only BEST way of using our gifts is to add value on other people. There are poor people in the world and a generous heart is always needed to help.

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Our Impact

The campaign, “We Ring The Bell” became a huge success. Gropus of students, NGO’s and policy-makers discussed the situation of vulnerable people in Kagera and developed goals for further improvements.




31 +

Villages Served

2000 +

Records of Disabled People

30 +

VRWs