Partner Agencies

Sauti Moja empowers grassroots organizations by collaborating with local leaders to achieve positive change in their communities. The organizations that we partner with in Kenya and Tanzania were founded by individuals we’ve known and worked with for many years. They are inspiring visionaries and highly-competent leaders, who are deeply committed to serving their home communities and dedicated to modeling excellence. We count ourselves privileged to work with them and provide financial, technical and management support, as needed.

Sauti Moja Marsabit and Sauti Moja Tanzania are our partner agencies in Kenya and Tanzania that are legally-independent of Sauti Moja Canada. Their constitutions parallel those of Sauti Moja Canada, adhering to its objects and operating principles, and Sauti Moja Canada has representation on their Boards. However, our partners have the capacity to develop and submit project proposals to other funding agencies which enhances their ability to respond to the needs of their communities. They have developed a deserved reputation for integrity and excellence; major funding agencies send funds directly to them rather than through Sauti Moja Canada.

Sauti Moja Marsabit is a Community-Based Organization (CBO) based in Marsabit, Kenya. Marsabit County represents an area of considerable ethnic diversity and is prone to conflict. Therefore, in order to model peaceful relations, its staff represents the ethnic diversity of the County, and this is maintained in new hiring. As of April 2015, SMM had grown to a nine program staff plus twenty community facilitators who receive a monthly stipend for facilitating and monitoring field activities in their villages. 





Sauti Moja Tanzania is a national non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Longido, Tanzania. SM-TZ focuses on communities within Longido District, which is predominantly of Maasai ethnicity.  As of April 2015, there were six full- and part-time program staff, four teachers and aides, and three part-time community facilitators who receive a monthly stipend for facilitating and monitoring health activities in their home village. 




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