Tabora, Tanzania: International City of Peace
We welcome Mayaya Mack and his colleagues who have established Tabora, Tanzania as an International City of Peace. Mayaya Mack is founder of Sustainable Beekeeping and Human Development (SuBeHuDe Tanzania), co-founder and Project Coordinator at The New Wash Burn Foundation (NWBF) and co-founder of Ecosystem Restoration Camps Tanzania (ERC-TZ). He is also the country promoter and board member at Voice of Africans Youth for Good Governance – Tanzania Chapter (VOAYGG-TZ), as well as a trainer and mentor at Shinyanga Ecovillage Transition Initiative (SET-Youth –I). Focused on beekeeping, Mayaya is managing director at Sustainable Beekeeping for Development Company (SBDC), an entrepreneurship entity for pure honey bee honey and beeswax processing, packaging and supplies in Tanzania.
Note: Introduction page with information primarily at the time of joining International Cities of Peace. For updates, please contact the liaison.
The dream of this initiative is to build a solid programs partnership of dynamic and influential entrepreneurial project partners; project leaders and grantees who are passionately and compassionately about people in needs, environmental and natural resources protection and holding themselves transparency and accountable while reshaping the way we fight extremely abject poverty, foods and nutrition insecurity, injustice, solve unemployment, we do business and work together, creating an economy for the common good, serving individuals’ and society’s needs in a cooperative and sustainable way across the country, the African continent, and globally.
In Tanzania, this Liaison and other young global development activist are working as children, youth and environmental ambassador at local and international organizations proactively in engaging, inspiring, facilitating, learning and working together with vulnerable communities to find solutions of the challenges they faces.
They have worked to become self-reliant peace-builders and conflict resolvers, visionary leaders, game-changers, and engines for Africa continental and global development.
PROJECT: Beekeeping for environmental conservation
Miombo Packed and Labelled BE ME HONEY.
PROJECT: Women making a Box Solar Cooker during Solar Cooking Science Practical Training.
LETTER OF INTENT
ABOUT THE LIAISON
Mayaya Kashinje Singu (Mayaya Mack)
A young male Tanzanian. Mayaya is specialized and experienced in NGO leadership and management, project planning and community development, forestry and beekeeping extension education, practical permaculture training, suicide prevention, and conflict transformation dedicated to attain UNSDGs2030 and AU2063.
He is a marketing lead Ambitious Tanzania, founder & ED of Sustainable Beekeeping and Human Development (SuBeHuDe), co-founder and Project Coordinator at The New Wash Burn Foundation (NWBF), co-founder of Ecosystem Restoration Camp Tanzania (ERC-TZ), country promoter and board member at Voice of Africans Youth for Good Governance –Tanzania Chapter (VOAYGG-TZ), and trainer and mentor at Shinyanga Ecovillage Transition Initiative (SET-Youth –I) and Managing Director at Sustainable Beekeeping for Development Company (SBDC), an entrepreneurship entity for pure honey bee honey and beeswax processing, packaging and supplies in Tanzania.
He has been working as a forest and beekeeping extension officer, community- based project officer; NGO leadership and management trainer, organic food forest systems designer, and consultant managed to establish several community-based initiatives; bee apiaries and food forest systems, ecological restorations, and api-prenuership businesses in Tanzania.
Being visionary leader and youth peace building activist working as Youth Peace Ambassador and Environmental Ambassador proactively in engaging, inspiring, facilitating, learn and work together with youth to become peace builder and conflict resolvers, self-employed for self-reliant, visionary leaders, game-changers, and engine for peace change and global development.
“I have vast professional and experiences in NGO leadership and management, project planning and community development, anti-fraudulent and corruption, forestry and beekeeping extension education, permaculture training, strategic planning, organizational development, public speaking, suicide prevention, and conflict transformation, studying website design and development, marketing and media relations.”
To contact or support this initiative:
Mpela Street P. O. Box 376, Mpela Ward, Tabora, Tanzania, Ea.
Phone: +255788401268 /Mobil: +255762390225 WhatsApp
ABOUT TABORA, TANZANIA (from Wikipedia)
Tanzania is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region. It borders Uganda to the north; Kenya to the northeast; Comoro Islands and the Indian Ocean to the east; Mozambique and Malawi to the south; Zambia to the southwest; and Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, is in northeastern Tanzania.
Tabora municipality is the capital of Tabora Region located in the western zone of Tanzania.
For 2002–2012, the region’s 2.9 percent average annual population growth rate was the ninth-highest in the country. It was also the 24th-most-densely-populated region with 30 people per square kilometre. The region’s average household size of 6.0 persons was the third-highest in the country.
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