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A Non - Governmental Organization with a Not - For - Profit Mission

Established in 2021, Coreplan Tanzania is an umbrella organization for humanitarian and development works. Since its inception the work has grown considerably, and Coreplan Tanzania has expanded to also include the strategically and focused  community transformative initiatives within the areas of Corrective Initiatives for Households and Institutional Gender Based Violence and the Promotive Initiatives for Quality, Affordable and Easy Accessed Health, Water and Sanitary Social Services for Women, Children and the Special Needs Groups.


Coreplan Tanzania

Vision Statement...

We see a transformed society built on love, justice and peace in which citizens live in respect and care for the individual's rights, integrity and have opportunities to develop themselves and their communities in a holistic perspective (spirit, soul, body), in economic and health perspectives, while maintaining the sustainable conservation of their environments.

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Coreplan Tanzania

Mission statement...

We work to save lives, promote self-reliance and dignity through human and community transformation going beyond relief and development

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Our Programs...

We’re committed to helping the marginalized societies in every step of the way and providing positive impacts through our programs. Read below to learn about the range of programs we implement. We’re constantly growing and expanding our programs options, so if you have something in mind that we don’t yet provide through our programs, we’d love to hear about it.

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Free of charge supply of birthing Kits.

Through our “Childbirth Delivery Materials and Healthcare Insurance Program” promotes equity to pregnant women access to healthcare services as a counter measure to help women communities in Tanga, Arusha, Kigoma and Lindi, to prevent of the prevalence of maternal deaths in Tanzania.

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GBV Prevention Capacity Building

Through our “GBV Elimisha Program” we promote Gender Equity as a counter measure to help communities in Mara, Mbeya, Iringa, Njombe, Dar es Salaam, Musoma and Shinyanga to tackle the effects of the prevalence of Gender Based Violence (GBV).

Coreplan Tanzania, works to increase access to clean water and sanitation facilities as a counter measure to help Vilages in arid and semi arid regions get clean water and clean sanitation facilities.

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Our International Volunteers...

Australian Volunteers Program (AVP)


Kasey Williams

WASH Specialist

Kasey is an environmental engineer with a decade of experience working across private, government and non-government organisation (NGO) sectors. She has worked in remote and rural sites across Australia, the USA and Antarctica within the mining, engineering and environmental remediation industries. Her latest role involved assisting in the cleaning up fuel spills in Antarctica, with a focus on preserving soil and water quality whilst also conducting research and development of soil and water remediation technologies to reduce the impact of fuel spills in Antarctica and the Arctic. This is Kasey's second AVP remote volunteering assignment, having previously worked with Engineers Without Borders in Cambodia as a remote volunteer on rural water supply systems and hard ground sanitation projects to improve the lives of vulnerable communities living in rural areas. She hopes to combine her previous experience as a volunteer in the water, sanitation and hygiene space combined with her industrial skillset to assist Coreplan with their current and future projects. She looks forward to working with Coreplan's diverse team to develop positive and long lasting solutions for Tanzanian communities.

Kassey joins Coreplan Tanzania, for a specific WASH program in Tanzania in 2024.

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Lenah Ankliss

Fundraising Support Specialist

Equipped with massive experience in development programs,  Lenah Ankliss was fortunate to move to the UAE to attend New York University Abu Dhabi on a full-ride. She Social Research and Public Policy, with coursework in London, Accra, and Washington D.C.

Prior experiences include 'Dubai Business Associates', where she studied MBA management courses taught by PwC and interned at Dubai Executive Council and DP World. she is currently an Analyst at Tamkeen, a government public policy advisory with a focus on higher education.

Her interests include public (mental) health, entrepreneurship, and education. She takes joy in sharing perspectives with new people.

Lenah Joined Coreplan Tanzania from the Australian Volunteers Program (AVP) for a specific program in 2022.

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Opening Hours

Come Visit

Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

Sat: 10am - 2pm

Sun: Closed

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Our Firm is committed to exceeding your needs. Questions, comments or special requests? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.

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