Habitat for Humanity Tanzania seeks to improve the standard of living of lowincome families by enabling community members to live in decent and affordable houses. Habitat Tanzania started operations in 1986 in the Kigoma region. In June 2009, a housing microfinance product known as “Makazi Bora” was established. Currently Habitat Tanzania operate in Dodoma, Dar es Salaam and Arusha. The National Organization (NO) is a beacon of housing transformation, articulating a clear vision and strategy in support of national housing goals and Habitat for Humanity’s global mission. The NO convenes and leads public and private coalitions to implement innovative, evidence-based, systemic housing solutions; build public awareness and support; and secure institutional funding in support of these solutions. The NO is an expert in developing and implementing scalable housing solutions, empowering local communities in co-creating sustainable solutions and deepening sector knowledge of potential solutions and their impact on human development and poverty alleviation. HFHI works through a broad network of national Habitat organizations and other strategic partners, such as corporations, financial service providers, individuals, non-governmental organizations, foundations, and local governments, as well as private sector actors.
NEW VACANCIES AT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY TANZANIA, JANUARY 2024
The organization is inviting applications from Tanzanians to fill new vacant positions. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT BELOW: