SHIPO as an NGO
The Southern Highlands Participatory Organisation (SHIPO) is a Tanzanian Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) based in Njombe, Tanzania.
SHIPO's aim is to facilitate organized groups (e.g. communities, women groups) with the successful implementation of self-help projects that contribute to the improvement of their living standards and the alleviation of poverty.
To obtain sustained improvement in the the living standard of poor people in Tanzania
To facilitate and provide sustainable products and services which contribute effectively to improved capacity and behavior based on the demand, needs and capacities of people through Multi Stakeholder Participation
by SHIPO in EducationThe aim of the MAMMIE II Project is to contribute effectively to the development of quality education in 20 primary schools in the Ludewa district, creating a conducive learning environment for about 1,094 pre-primary students, 6,427 pre-primary students, and 172 Teachers in a period of 3 Years.....
by SHIPO in Water and SanitationThe Mbozi Farmer Livelihood Improvement (MFLI) project will directly target 5,000 smallholder coffee farming households in the Mbozi district of Tanzania to improve their livelihoods through a multi-faceted set of interventions that include milk production, improved W & S techs and Energy provisions
by SHIPO in Water and SanitationZH2O training is aimed to improve and update the knowledge and skills of local technicians in manual drilling techniques and in manual pump production and installation. The overarching goal is to capacitate local entrepreneurs working in the water self-supply sector......
by SHIPO in EducationIn collaboration with WeWorld Tanzania, a branch of an Italian Organization, SHIPO is implementing the “Mawengi, Mlangali and Milo Integrated Education (MAMMIE) Project 2014-2017. The project aims at improving the quality of education in 20 primary schools in Ludewa District, Tanzania.
by SHIPO in EducationThe aim of the Iyunguya primary school Latrines Project is to contribute effectively to the development of quality education in 20 primary schools in the Ludewa district through the construction of 2 latrine blocks (for boys and girls) each with 6 Pit Holes for over 500 students.