Who Are Were
DNG is acronym of Deploy & Nurturing Gallery.
Welcome to DNG, a non-profit organization.
Help the community fight ignorance, illness and poverty, as the late Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere mentioned.
The DNG was created in early 2020 with the mission of mobilizing and using resources to empower the community to reduce poverty through education, training, capacity building and public education. On October 16, 2020, DNG obtains its registration number OONGO/R/1418 registered as a non-governmental organization under the Non-governmental Organisations Act, No. 24 in 2002, with its successive amendments. The registration allows the organization to function across the country, through which the head office is based in Arusha, and other support offices will be located in other regions or areas in the country.
The main objective of the organization is to support the efforts of government and other stakeholders to help the community and contribute meaningfully to poverty reduction by establishing this organization. By engaging communities and identifying innovative ideas that provide legal and workable solutions to the community’s most pressing problem. This can only be achieved through your support and donations, which will be used directly to fulfill the wishes of the organization.
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our three thematic areas
We focus on...
All projects relate to education sector is allowed and implemented.
All project relate to environment management is allowed and implemented.
All projects relate to empower Communities is allowed and implemented.
A well-transformed community with better living and free from poverty.
To mobilize and utilize resources toward empowering the community in alleviating poverty through conducting studies, training, capacity building and awareness raising.
To empower the community with knowledge-based and entrepreneurship development so as to sustain their livelihood.
Advocate for provision and accessibility of education and health services to the community.
Raising community awareness on environmental protection and agricultural development.
Lobbying for the community to alleviate bad cultural practices such women and children abuse and discrimination as a means to promote legal rights.
- Knowledge and information dissemination.
- Skills training, capacity building and advocacy.
- Resource mobilization.
- Attract and coordinate volunteers, local and international, secular or Faith-based, short or long termed.
- Project(s) implemention.
- Event organizing to share opportunities.
- Conduct research.
- Utilize volunteer’s efforts to benefit the community, in the fields of education, medicine, agriculture, athletics, Business, etc.
"If you don’t know
where you’re going,
any road will
get you there"
Membership of the Organization shall be voluntary and open to any individual who has attained the age of 18 years and above, of sound mind and who is ready to join hands in supporting and promoting the vision, mission and objectives of the Organization.
Founder members: These are members who made the initiatives to establish this Organization;
Ordinary members, These are members who join the Organization after its establishment;
Honorary members, These are members who shall be awarded such membership by the Organization due to their positive contributions to the community and Organization objectives.
Mr. Tizo Joseph
Ms. Elizabeth Emmanuel
Mr. Nhojo Kushoka
Ms. Aneth Kifwe
Ms. Glads Mollel
Mr. Emmanuel Mwenera
Considers the potential of joint efforts and the essence of bringing tangible change to the needs of the community.
Mobile: 255 713 004 481
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