We believe in the power of innovation and creativity to build a better society in a technology-driven world
We support our clients to develop and implement growth opportunities that helps them to realize long-term value from customers, markets, and business relationships.
We work with our clients to explore new ideas, new perspectives, and support them to step forward and make them a reality.
We support our clients to optimize how they serve customers across a continually connected environment. We offer an integrated digital customer experience and technology service that delivers measurable results for an Always-On World.
We support our clients to design, deliver and manage infrastructures in different contexts. We take a holistic view of basic components: processes, people and tools; to ensure the infrastructure delivered is fit for purpose and provide value for money over its service life.
We support our clients to design, deliver and manage projects that unleash broad and inclusive growth by driving trade, technology, agriculture, business, and financial services to create jobs, reduce poverty, and enhance food security.
We provide technical and strategic advisory services to government agencies, healthcare providers, non-profit organisations, and businesses on a wide range of systemic, policy and implementation issues that are critical to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities.
Between 2017-2018 we supported the global toilet manufacturing firm LIXIL to address the global sanitation and hygiene crisis. Our work in Tanzania was to ensure market penetration of the innovative affordable plastic SATO (Safe Toilet) series.
Between 2016-2018, we provided strategic advisory and business support services to the FURSA initiative, an entrepreneurship platform with over 5 million youths in Tanzania.
‘Tatua’ is the Kiswahili verb for ‘to solve’. Tatua holds a dual purpose. Firstly, it provides a platform for young professionals to meet and connect; and secondly, it provides a space whereby solutions for socio-economic problems can be formed.
We are working with PROJECT CLEAR and the Ministry of Health in Tanzania to strengthen the supply chain and availability of affordable sanitation facilities to households as part of the larger government led national sanitation campaign.
The Tanzania Youth Economic Forum is a private sector led platform which aspires to create an enabling environment for the cross fertilization of ideas and solutions to tackling development challenges by bringing together young professionals, policy
Kamatafursa is both a mobile and web technology platform designed to facilitate market linkages through improving data and information flow between various actors in the agriculture value chains.
Jacqueline Senyagwa is an energy and development specialist with a training background in Environmental Science and Natural Resources Management. She has over 8 experience in energy and development issues in a wide range of areas in research, policy and project delivery in the African continent. She had previously worked with the Stockholm Environment Institute Africa Centre at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi, Kenya. She is currently pursuing her PhD in energy and development at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Chris is a water resources expert. She is part of the "Transformation to Groundwater Sustainability" project, in which she study how farmers' initiatives can contribute to the development and governance of groundwater resources in Tanzania. She obtained her PhD in Human Geography at Stockholm University in June 2018, where her research focused on irrigation and water management in the Global South where she studied farmer-led irrigation development in the upper Pangani basin in northern Tanzania. Chris leads our work on water.
Gloria is a Medical Doctor and a Public Health Specialist with a training background in Global Health and Development. She has over 8 years experience in health and development issues in a wide range of areas in humanitarian, research, policy and project delivery in the African continent. She had previously worked as Health Adviser at the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) in Tanzania. Gloria is currently pursuing her DPhil in Clinical Medicine/Global Health and Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
Avit is community economic development expert with more than 10 years’ experience on business development, human development and youths issues. His primary areas of expertise are on monitoring, evaluation and learning, youths and community economic development. Avit has worked with local governments and various local and international NGOs. He leads our work on business development.
Adam is a seasoned Business Transformation Specialist who helps businesses and organizations to implement business improvement and change management activities in line with their long term plans. His areas of interests are on leadership, human dynamics and organization Behaviour. He has over 10 years experience of working in public and private sector on leadership and change management initiatives in education, water, health, emergency and disaster management sectors.
Peter is a project management and community development expert with experience on business development and youth practice. He has experience in digital marketing, project designs and implementation. Peter has worked with Local Governments, NGOs and private companies.
Mutazamba is a Registered Civil Engineer with the Engineers Registration Board (ERB) in Tanzania. He has 31 years of experience in policy, planning, design, construction and management of water supply and sanitation projects. Between 2014 and 2019, Jackson worked at the Ministry of Water as an Assistant Director – Operational Planning. Prior to that, he worked with a number of water supply and sanitation utilities in various technical and managerial roles.