Connects Autism Tanzania is non-profitable organization registered in 2015 aiming to improve the quality life of children, youths and young adults with autism and other Challenges.
CAT believe that people with disabilities should enjoy the same equal rights as everybody else. We are guided by the principle that all people with disabilities should be able to participate in life on an equitable basis regardless of their abilities.
Build a network across Tanzania to connect people with possible services providers and advocates. Develop and share resources amongst our network and seek volunteer support.
Build partnerships with the government to influence policies and improve services for people with disabilities in Tanzania. Encourage the creation of local groups to support each other.
Conduct seminars to reduce stigma and introduce strategies that will enable society and the educational system to assist people with autism and co-occurring condition.
Whether in Tanzania or in a developed country, humanitarians strive to ensure that all people have equal rights to live in dignity and with purpose. Perhaps you can plan a challenge, social event, or other occasions to help CA Tanzania build its services for the intellectually disabled who struggle the most without any resources or support systems.
We encourage and seek to find ways that families from the community can work with professionals to identify the disability of their child and create a plan to better support their child.
We are currently looking for volunteers to support our work both in-country and from a far! Please contact us to learn more via: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAT has joined with key government officials and other NGOs to educate and train teachers and education officers about inclusive education to encourage and assist governments to initiate pilot inclusion programs at targeted schools.Learn more
Youth with cognitive challenges were connected to vocation training center and other life skills experiences in their communities. CAT through partnership with other stakeholders has been able to support youth families for economic development.Learn more
Conduct seminars to reduce stigma and introduce strategies that will enable society and the educational system to assist people with autism and co-occurring condition.Learn more
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