TangaYetu Steering Committee held a second meeting on 10th September 2021 in Tanga City to deliberate on the proposal for Redevelopment of Jamhuri Park for Productive Development of Young and Citizens Health and Wellbeing, and propose new focus areas for developing call for proposals. The meeting was attended by Members of Steering Committee, Tanga City Director, Officials from Tanga City Council, Innovex, ESRF staff and representatives from Fondation Botnar.
Areas that were approved for issuing calls for grant application include education – improving learning outcome; health; skills and enterprises development; using data for decision making; and Human Cantered Design to identify various interventions for youth in Tanga City Council. The prioritized calls include the Redevelopment of Jamhuri Park and Raskazone Bath Club Public Space.
The TangaYetu Initiative is supported by Fondation Botnar, a Swiss-based Foundation that champions the use of AI and digital technology to improve the health and wellbeing of young people in a growing urban environment.