Sauti Moja is founded for the purpose of supporting oppressed people and vulnerable pastoralist (livestock keeping) communities in Africa, such as the Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania, to achieve their rights, ie. those embodied in the International Bill of Rights, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), Convention on Rights of the Child (CRC), and International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD).
About SAUTI MOJA
Sauti Moja links donors to the community initiatives of indigenous people, like the Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania. These initiatives include education of vulnerable girls and children; family and community health (family planning, sexual and reproductive health, including HIV/AIDS prevention; loaning livestock to widows and single mothers; and early childhood education). Our local partners have the power and ability to change their lives. We provide complementary skills and additional resources to ensure their success!