Vodacom Tanzania

What We Do


The Foundation aims to support development in the education sector by:

Improving physical infrastructure by contributing towards schools, e.g bulding classrooms, dometories, labratories, e.t.c

Improving students access to information and technology resources by providing facilities such as Computer Centres.

Providing educational resources for effective learning such as computers, books and school desks.


The Foundation supports initiatives that aim to improve the health care system in Tanzania by:

Providing or improving physical Infrastructure, for example by building or rennovating wards

Providing ICT Resources to improve access to health services e.g supplying hospitals or health care centers with computers.

Facilitating for corrective Surgery.

supporting community initiatives that rememdy health problems.

Social Economic Empowerment

The Foundation supports initiatives that target the improvement and empowerment of marginalized groups to ensue they can sustain themselves and improve their socities as well. We support these projetcs through the following :

Empowering communities by providing resources and the appropriate technology needed to alleviate poverty.

Supporting sustainable income generating activities.

Contributing towards improving the social wellbeing of vulnerable groups

Empowering communities by providing resources that relieve hardships

Providing communities with sustainable infrastructure that will promote self- reliance

Supporting the social well being of the disadvantaged.

Promoting cultural activities within the communities

Vodafone Red Alert

Vodacom Foundation launched Vodafone Red Alert on January 24, 2010. Red Alert is a fundraising programme to support charitable giving, underpinning the work of the Vodafone Foundation. It allows customers to donate money (matched by Vodafone) to good causes and also gives them a hand in directing which causes should benefit.

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