The Project Team
The Tutafika project brought together a group of people from diverse cultures, backgrounds, skills and generations. Overall, the project benefitted from the collaboration and input from many individuals and institutions. To this end, this was a truly collaborative effort, one which owes its success to the selfless support and contribution of all who participated.These include:
Fatma Alloo, Masoud Ally ‘Kipanya’, Miquel de Paladella, Bertram Eyakuze, Rebecca Heinzen, Elsie Kanza, Zawadi Kamango, Fatma Karume, Irene Kida, Chabaka Kilumanga, Sauda Kilumanga, Eva Kiwango, Ruth Lyimo, Julie Makani, Mwajuma Masaiganah, Salma Maoulidi, Franco Mpangala, Ami Mpungwe, Njonjo Mue, Gertrude Mugizi, Elias Mutani, Elizabeth Mrema, Reuben Mwakinda, Juma Mwapachu, Elizabeth Mwasakafyuka, Atieno Ndomo, John Nshimba, Anne Outwater, Stefano Prato, Abdul Sheriff, Richard Stanley, Suzie Teete, Jenerali Ulimwengu, Zainab Vulu, June Warioba, The Don Bosco Youth Group (Upanga, Dar-es-Salaam) and the Makonde Cultural Centre (Dar-es-Salaam).
Dr. Barbara Heinzen
Aidan Eyakuze and Abdu Simba
SID Tanzania Chapter
SID Secretariat, Rome
PANOS East Africa supported the media dissemination component of the project.
The Tutafika project would not have been possible without the support of the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium and the Ford Foundation. Their support is gratefully acknowledged.