What We Do

Since its establishment, WoteSawa has received 559 cases of abuse and exploitation of Child Domestic Workers, among the cases, 10 have been worn in the Court of Law and the rest were resolved amicably through Police and Social Welfare Departments. Within this period, a total of 315 victims of abuse and exploitation have been re-unified with their families. Among them, 150 victims were re-enrolled back to primary schools.

How Can You Help Us?
Report Domestic Worker Abuse

As a society, we have a responsibility to point out the evil among us. Feel free to communicate with us to report domestic worker abuse. Your report is confidential. Click here to communicate via an online form, or P.O Box 10801, Mwanza, Tanzania. Also, you can call us via + 255 (0)767 802 238. And HOTLINE 0800 710 066 FREE.

Latest News | Activities
89
Number of cases
opened

100
Number of Cases
Won

150
Victims Re-united to
their families

200
Re-enrolled to
Schools
Our Testimonials
  • WOTESAWA envisages a righteous and responsible society in which every Child Domestic Worker is free from all forms of abuse and exploitation. WOTESAWA strives to empower current and former Child Domestic Workers to understand, safeguard, promote and reinforce their rights in Tanzania through legal and economic empowerment, child abuse monitoring, psycho social support and policy reforms in conformity to the national and international child welfare standards.

    Burton Michael

  • WOTESAWA envisages a righteous and responsible society in which every Child Domestic Worker is free from all forms of abuse and exploitation. WOTESAWA strives to empower current and former Child Domestic Workers to understand, safeguard, promote and reinforce their rights in Tanzania through legal and economic empowerment, child abuse monitoring, psycho social support and policy reforms in conformity to the national and international child welfare standards.


    Jerome Michael