Mulika Afrika

Arusha, Tanzania
Joined November 2022

Mulika Afrika is a non-governmental Organization addressing health and environmental issues of the community in Tanzania. The organization is headquartered in Arusha but currently working in all Masai

Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Children's Rights, Community / Customary Land Rights, Community Organizing, Education, Ethnic / Religious Minorities' Rights


Mulika Afrika is registered Under the Non-governmental organization’s Act, NO 24 of 2002 with registration NO; OONGO/R/1657 in Tanzania working especially in the Maasai community Tanzanian mainland but in phase one started working in Four Districts which are Monduli, Longido, Simanjiro, and Ngorongoro, Intervention areas

  1. Human Rights Advocacy

Focus: In human rights advocacy, our main focus is on women’s rights especially lobbying and advocacy against Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting (FGM), Child or early marriages, and general gender inequalities among the Maasai Pastoralist community

  • Our approach: Empower through legal and civic education the general public, Maasai pastoralist,s and the most unprivileged group of women, youth, and people with disabilities about the rights of disadvantaged groups in the society
  1. Girl Education

Focus: In girls’ education the main focus is to advocate for Maasai girls’ access to quality education at all levels. The aim is to empower them to achieve their dreams in social, political, and economic spheres. Girls’ education is a tool to empower young girls to achieve their dreams within the Maasai community.

Our Approach: Support education scholarships for Maasai girls from impoverished families, provide mentorship training for girls including apprenticeships about life skills for self-awareness and employment, and support education infrastructures in public schools found in Maasai Communities.

  1. Wildlife & Environmental Conservation

Focus: Our ultimate goal is to provide environmental conservation education that will have double impacts both on the environment, ecology, and community livelihoods (employment and self-reliance). This goal will be attained through Economic empowerment projects related to environmental conservation but with income generation potentials for local communities. Our approach: RISING awareness of environmental and cultural conservation among local community members.