Hope, Relief

& Empowerment

Hope, Relief & Empowerment.   Join us in empowering young women. your support through donations or volunteering can transform lives           


Faraja Center has the mission of empowering young single mothers and vulnerable girls at risk in rural and urban areas. Thus we are undertaking the task of promoting human transformation by improving knowledge through education, health, livelihood and sustainable development.

Faraja Center Computer Class Further Class (7)


We envision a society full of protected and empowered young women, taking their own initiatives towards self-fulfillment and sustainable social and economic development.


The specific objective of Faraja Young Women Development Organization is to offer shelter and vocational training to young single mothers and girls in need in order to provide them with skills that help them for their future life

Faraja’s Programs

2024 EmpowerTeenMoms Program

Navigating Sexual and Reproductive Wellness, First Aid, and Child Health from Jan 2024

Faraja Young Women Development Organization will introduce bi-monthly classes from January 2024, addressing Sexual and Reproductive Health, First Aid, and Child Health for teen mothers. The program aims to impart vital skills and knowledge in first aid, reproductive health, contraception, parenting, and emotional well-being. Ultimately, the goal is to empower young mothers to make informed decisions, cultivate healthy relationships, and create nurturing environments for their children.

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Katrina Biglin, a recent graduate from the United States, spent a fulfilling four months volunteering at the Faraja Young Women Development Organization in Arusha, Tanzania. As an educator, she taught English to the young women, fostering strong bonds beyond the classroom. Despite challenges, she implemented systems for attendance and accountability. Katrina also dedicated time to fundraising and marketing efforts, leaving a positive impact on the organization. Beyond her volunteer work, she explored Tanzania’s beauty, climbing Kilimanjaro and experiencing a Serengeti safari. Katrina reflects on her time as transformative, both personally and professionally, making her decision to work abroad a rewarding experience.

Katrina Biglin,

English Volunteer from the USA