Empower Tanzanian youth and adults to take charge and engage in improving their quality of life that is free from poverty and diseases.

Welcome to Tanzania Youth Alliance.

Serving youth in urban and rural areas through Information Communication Technology (ICT).


National AIDS Helpline

TAYOA operates the National Health (Afya) AIDS Helpline (177), providing anonymous and confidential information, behavior counseling and referral services to approximately 1,000 callers a day. The Helpline started in 2001 with a single line operating for two hours each day.It has since been scaled up in multiple phases to increase both access and quality of services…


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TAYOA Youth Programming

TAYOA promotes abstinence, delayed sexual debut, partner reduction, and consistent condom use among young people through life skills and HIV and sexual reproductive health education. Life skills training focuses on HIV/AIDS prevention through behavior change communication approaches.The target populations for individual and small group HIV prevention interventions are youth aged 14-24…


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Vijanatz ICT Empowerment

The Youth ICT Empowerment Project (Vijanatz.com) is designed to improve the employability of disadvantaged African youth aged 16 to 35 in Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro. This project has two key components. First, the employability component focuses on computer-based training and internships for unemployed
graduates and university students and entrepreneurial training…


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Youth Parliamentary and Good Governance

The Youth Parliamentary and Good Governance Leadership project was a two phase project funded by the Foundation for Civil Society. It aimed to cultivate youth leadership and educate 600,000 Tanzanian youth on the conduct of the national assembly.To date, the project has educated 2,600 youth in phase 1 and 500 youth leaders in phase 2…


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TAYOA Wins awards in tech exhibitions


Tanzania Youth Alliance chairman Charles Sanga holds trophy the NGO won recently at regional exhibition on use of technology to boost economic growth held in Kenya. Tanzania Youth Alliance (Tayoa).. read more

Youth urged to maintain peace


DIRECTOR of Tanzania Youth Alliance (TAYOA) Mr Peter Masika has urged youths in the country to be in the frontline in protecting and maintaining peace and avoid being used in.. read more

TAYOA introduces free SMS technology solution


IN commemorating the World AIDS Day, Tanzania Youth Alliance (TAYOA) in partnership with mobile operators in Tanzania launched ’15017 free SMS services’, a set of services that allows users in.. read more