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Mbeleko Project

A Pathway to graduate and specifically women employability in Tanzania

This is a project to enhance employability for women graduates in Tanzania through volunteerism to enable women graduates gain employability skills.

For Companies

Post a internship and volunteering opportunities to the Mbeleko portal.


For Graduates

Post your CV for Free to the Mbeleko portal and apply available internship and volunteering opportunities.

Mbeleko Internship and Volunteering Portal is Online

Why Mbeleko Project for women graduates


Unemployment

To respond to the challenge of unemployment due to lack of work experience and employment skills among women graduates in Tanzania. Unemployment rate for women both graduates and others stands at 14.3 per cent compared to 12.3 percent among men.



Gender Discrimination

Gender discrimination and patriarchy norms give male graduates a high chance of being employed than female.






Employable Skills

Most women graduates have no employable skills. Large numbers of University graduates go jobless do for months or even years, while labor complain of lack of skilled workers. As a result, many women graduates like their men counterparts wonder around with their certificates but with no proper trained in the competitive market of skilled business requires.

What is the project offering?

This is a project to enhance employability for women graduates in Tanzania through volunteerism to enable women graduates gain employability skills.


  • A bridge to close the gap between organizations / communities and women graduates aged 15-35. ... (Women and men) trained on employability skills. It is not acceptable that while women graduates have skills and passion to save communities, they lack facilitation to reach out to communities in dire needing of such skills. Why should pregnant women in rural Tanzania perish through maternal dearth or HIV and AIDS due to lack of knowledge and skills on prevention and safe delivery when so many graduates from primary to university levels have more than 5 years on the streets looking for employment but considered unemployable due to lack of work experience.

  • Hope to those who have lost hope in education for lack of opportunity to apply knowledge and skills gained through many years of investment through schooling.

  • Innovation providing Tanzania an insight to volunteerism as a pathway to challenges of youth unemployment due to lack of skills and work experience..

  • Exposure to women graduates on possibilities and opportunities for economic and social growth through working with and helping communities.

  • An opportunity to make a difference to humanity for volunteers and workplace/host organizations.