Babawatoto Centre expresses its sincerest appreciation for all flying circus academy workshop participants in Tanzania. The Workshop proved to be very interesting and informative as a result of enhancing the capacity of the participants. We hope all of participants, as leaving the workshop, are somehow with the knowledge and skills as expected. The workshop was not only a learning experience but was also an enjoyable one.
We would like to thank, congratulate and acknowledge the assistance and cooperation provided in this workshop by all partners for their active participation and support. We have tried our best to put together the good we have, hosting the international participants, we hope you have enjoyed.
Babawatoto is proud to announce the new organization logo as part of the ongoing evolution of our organization brand. Our commitment has grown and evolved over the last 10 years, and we felt it was time for a change. We have refreshed our logo to reflect who we are today and to symbolize our dynamic future. This wasn’t a decision we made lightly. We are proud of our rich history on supporting marginalize children, youth and community at large, that’s why our new logo retains core elements including color and icons.
Mr. Mgunga Mwamnyenyelwa facilitating a workshop on interactive community mobilization and development of SBCC materials on Child Protection risks awareness campaign. The workshop was conducted to Plan International field staffs and volunteers at Nduta and Mtendli Refugee Camps from 5th to 22nd October 2016
Babawatoto Centre is delighted to announce the flying circus academy workshop in Tanzania has ended well. The team of 18 participants spent 10 days on technical trainings in collaboration with other participants from Tanzania. All participants were so excited and impressed with the workshop and shared professional experiences.
Babawatoto centre have given me an opportunity to realize my talent through art. My life now depends on this talent. Thanks to Babawatoto for helping me stay away from bad behaviors.
Babawatoto teaches me to be a good girl with self respect and respect to adult, to have confidence, to manage my time between school, centre and home, be aware of risk and dangers surrounded me as a girl child. My dream is to become the best female acrobatic.