Zacharia is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication at St. Augustine University of Tanzania. His hope for the future is to become a journalist who focuses on human rights reporting for students, especially girls. Zacharia also aspires to be a novelist.
Theresia is currently a journalism student at St. Augustine University of Tanzania, who wishes to explore and learn more about the field. She fancies movies, music, and learning new things everyday. She is a humble person who wishes to become one of the best journalists.
Pascal P. Mwanache
Pascal is an ex-Seminarian who is an advocate for human rights, especially the right to life. Pascal is guided by the philosophy “be the change you wish to see in the world.”
Loveness J. Tendwa
Loveness is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Journalism at St. Augustine University of Tanzania. She is interested in both broadcast and print media. In her leisure time, she loves to watch Korean dramas and listen to slow music.
Abraham L. Ntambara
Abraham is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication at St. Augustine University of Tanzania. He believes in helping the voiceless people in society.
Scolastica is a student at St. Augustine University of Tanzania, studying a degree in Mass Communication. Scolastica aspires to be an internationally recognized journalist of human rights. She hopes to become the voice of the voiceless.
After completing her studies in Journalism and Mass Communications, Jonia hopes to become a competitive writer and reporter of different issues, both domestic and international. Jonia plans to focus on the violation of human rights in her pursuits.
Grace’s goal is to become a successful journalist who helps the community in fighting for their rights, and national development at large.
Magdalena Olelemakata W.
Magdalena’s goal is to focus her career in journalism to fight for the rights of grassroots initiatives and serve the community for national development.
Noah believes in advocating for children’s right to education and believes that parents are responsible for ensuring this right is recognized. As a journalist, Noah hopes to become the voice of the society and to be an advisor of human rights.
Martha is interested in writing on human rights, particularly the rights of women. Her goal for the future is to create awareness on violence against women, and make their rights known in developing countries, like Tanzania, where it is an ever-growing problem.
Stella is a student of Mass Communication with a certificate in Journalism and Media Studies. Stella is passionate about the rights of women and children, and her goal is to focus on these rights in her career as a journalist.
Maria John Mtambalike
Maria is a student of Mass Communication at St. Augustine University of Tanzania, as well as a volunteer news presenter at Radio SAUT, the university’s on-campus student-run radio station. Maria’s dream is to become a journalist who focuses on human rights issues, especially those of women and children.
Godfriend is a student at St. Augustine University of Tanzania. In the past, he has produced radio programs that focus on the rights of disabled people. His dream is to serve society by bringing light to human rights abuses.
Juma is a former football analyst at Radio SAUT FM in Mwanza, St. Augustine’s on-campus student-run radio station. His goal for the future is to become an activist in the fight against racism in Tanzania.
Alex is a student at St. Augustine University of Tanzania currently pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. His goal for the future is to become a human rights activist and serve societies worldwide.
In high school, Dominic was an active member of the anti-corruption club and holds a certificate of recognition by the PCCB (Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau), an institution that fights to prevent and combat corruption in Tanzania. His goal for the future is to become a journalist who is able to serve the voiceless and create societal change.
Mpingo Amanzi S.
Mpingo is currently studying human rights reporting skills, and hopes to use those skills in the future to help those who suffer from human rights violations, especially women, children and disabled people.
Seif is currently pursuing his studies in Journalism at St. Augustine University of Tanzania and hopes to become a professional journalist who will be capable of addressing the problems of the voiceless in his community.
Modeckai is the former Project Director of AIESEC-SAUT and also a former Project Adviser of the Sauti ya Watoto Foundation. He loves working with different projects to explore and develop his potential and knowledge of diverse societal perspectives, especially those concerning the respect of all human rights.
Brian is the Vice-President of the Mass Communication Society at St. Augustine University of Tanzania. He is passionate about the rights of his community, and works to inform the community of their rights and how to access them. In the future he hopes to unite youth across different universities in order to build and strengthen the community.
Leonard is a recent Mass Communication graduate from St. Augustine University of Tanzania. He is currently attending a human rights reporting skills workshop in Dar es Salaam. He aspires to be a full-time human rights writer and is always available to empower the voiceless and ordinary Mwananchi (citizen) with accurate and reliable information. Leonard strongly believes that empowerment is always possible!
Zenorine Donath Massawe
Zenorine is currently upgrading her skills in human rights reporting in Dar es Salaam. Her goal is to become an activist and reporter of marginalized people.
Hadija is currently upgrading her skills in human rights reporting in Dar es Salaam to expand her knowledge of journalism. Her goal is to become an international advocate on issues of women’s rights.
Jacqueline is currently upgrading her skills in human rights reporting in Dar es Salaam. Her goal is become an international journalist, focusing on anti-gender violence.
Rashid Ahmad Chilumba
Rashid has worked extensively as a volunteer with various non-governmental organizations which advocate on issues of human rights, climate change and peace issues. In his free time, he likes to talk politics and discuss different regional and national issues of development with peers and policy makers.
Martha is passionate about children’s rights, and the right to education. In the future, she hopes to help children access and succeed in their educational goals.
Timothy holds a B.A. in Mass Communication from St. Augustine University of Tanzania in Mwanza. Timothy plans to become a professional journalist who specializes in human rights stories. He is currently upgrading his skills in human rights reporting in Dar es Salaam.