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At Taka Tuka Society, our mission is simple: we use drama to bring people together. Through drama we build understanding, empathy, and acceptance among everyone.



Our primary aim is to promote the development and establishment of drama based learning. We strive to equip educators and youth workers with innovative tools and approaches to create inclusive learning environments. Additionally, we aim to raise awareness among children and adolescents about diversity and foster a culture of respect and tolerance.



Through a range of activities including international conferences, teacher workshops, seminars, and experiential training courses, we actively engage in advancing the principles of drama-based education for social inclusion. We also organize festivals, exchanges, and publish educational materials to further disseminate our ethos and methodologies.



As the coordinators of various EU projects (ACIIS – Academy for creative, innovative and inclusive schools, INSADIA – Inclusion and safety in the digital age, TAT – The Art of teaching, SC – Second chance and TT – Think twice) we are focused on empowering educators and students through drama-based tools, with a special emphasis on fostering inclusive practices in educational settings.



Our main field of expertise lies in the intersection of drama and education, with a particular focus on promoting social inclusion and diversity awareness. We leverage theatrical techniques and methodologies to create inclusive learning environments and empower individuals to embrace diversity.

Letloa is a community led indigenous community Trust  participating  in health and gender through advocacy, communication and social mobilization organization that has been providing community health services in Ghanzi district for the past 15 years.  Letloa started receiving USAID/PEPFAR funding since 2014 to date , though FHI 360 project, Maatla Project, Advancing Partners and Communities (APC 1.0) and Accelerating Progress in Communities (APC 2.0) to  provide integrated community HIV and (Tuberculosis) TB services, using community, client-centered strategies. They also provide health education to empower individuals and families in bridging the knowledge gap, facilitate contact tracing, promote linkage of defaulters to health facilities for antiretroviral therapy (ART) and TB retention and adherence. 


Through projects funded by The Local Global fund grant, PEPFAR and USAID, such as Community TB Care, Advancing Partners in Communities Projects and Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control, Letloa Trust has played a crucial role in supporting Botswana's efforts to achieve global TB and HIV epidemic control targets. The organization collaborates closely with DHMTs , health facilities and community leaders in Ghanzi and Charleshill districts, providing community medication refill, TB care, and tracking mother and baby pairs for the elimination of mother to child transmission. This collaborative approach has not only enhanced Letloa Trust-Kuru Health's capacity but also strengthened relationships with health facilities and communities in the region.

Humana People to People Botswana is a local non-profit development organization, dedicated to the transformation of the less privileged communities grappling with the ravages of poverty, harsh climatic conditions, child welfare and protections issues; including child labor, scarcity of agricultural resources and public health challenges which include HIV and AIDS, malaria, diabetes, TB, Covid 19, amongst others. Since its inception, HPP Botswana has been involved in the transformation of poor communities grappling with the ravages of abject poverty, harsh climatic conditions, agricultural resource scarcity, and the persistence of the HIV and AIDS pandemic. Over the past 20 years, HPP has directly impacted the lives of more than 150,000 disadvantaged people annually. HPP Botswana's work in the fight against HIV and AIDS began at the peak of the scourge in the country as early as 2001 with a strategy called Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE). Building on TCE, HPP in 2015-2016 was selected by UNAIDS to pilot the Communities Acting Together to Control HIV/AIDS (CATCH) in Southeast District in the villages of Botswana. HPP's contribution to the fight against HIV has been the CATCH model which in 2016, the Botswana Government adopted the CATCH strategy as a national response to help fight the spread of HIV, Tuberculosis as well as Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs).

MBGE is a registered Non- Governmental Organization that focuses on gender transformative interventions with both men and boys to take action to end violence against women and children; prevent HIV and reduce alcohol consumption through interactive participation in Sexual and Reproductive health issues. In doing this, MBGE works primarily with men and boys through support groups, recruiting expectant fathers to share and exchange lessons in the birthing and child rearing process, peer education, trainings and blue couch sessions. It is in realization that at one point, every man will be a father, brother etc. hence creating males that are able to show emotion will subsequently curb or reduce the gender based violence attributable to men and boys.


MBGE is a member of the Men Engage Global network and serves as the secretariat for the MenEngage Network in Botswana. The MenEngage Alliance is a global network that promotes gender equality by engaging men and boys in challenging harmful gender norms and advocating for positive masculinity. MBGE is also affiliated with the Botswana Council of Non-Governmental Organization (BOCONGO) and has a Memorandum of Understanding with the Botswana National Youth Council (BNYC) to collaborate on youth related interventions.

The Ghanzi District Council as “A centre of excellence in Local Governance and social service provision for improved quality of life” has the Department of Social Welfare and Community Development (S&CD) that operates with three divisions that play a major role in achieving the Council’s vision.


Social Welfare Division- deals with specialized services such as clinical social work, welfare support, child welfare and protection and case work management


Community Development Division-empowerment of communities to become self-sustaining. Units under the programme are community projects and community extension coordination.

Remote Area Development Programme which promotes social, political, economic and cultural development of remote area communities is also under this division.


Home Economics Division-provision of socio-economic empowerment and skills development to disadvantaged individuals. Units under the division are home skills development and early childhood development. The poverty eradication programme is also coordinated under this division.

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