Who we work with
We work alongside children, supporters and partners, including companies, celebrities, trusts and institutions to build a better world. Together we can do so much more than acting alone.
Salim Kikeke – Ambassador
Salim first started supporting Cheka Sana Tanzania through social media, raising awareness of street children in Tanzania. Through the BBC Swahili channel, he reported the Tanzanian Street Children Sports team’s participation at the Street Child World Cup 2014 in Rio, Brazil.
Salim Kikeke is an African TV Presenter and Senior Producer at the BBC Dira ya Dunia and Focus on Africa in Swahili and English. He has been reporting events across Africa as well as commentating EPL Football in Kiswahili. Salim has won Best TV Presenter in Tanzania 2014 & 2015 (Peoples Choice Awards) during his career.
Salim has been a tireless supporter of Cheka Sana Foundation, through his personal commitment. He helped establish and register Cheka Sana Foundation in the UK.
“Whatever the rights and wrongs of the child, no child and must be no child living or working on the street alone.” Salim Kikeke
Trusts & Corporate Partners
We work with companies to create partnerships which help us create lasting change and ensure that every child has the chance to fulfil their potential.
Microsoft is Committed to helping Non-profit Organisation make a greater impact. By using Microsoft technology to empower organisation and achieve greater scalability, increase productivity, grow non-profit and learn digital skills
Salesforce for Non-profits is a dedicated CRM solution for charities and non-profits which is developed by the world’s leading CRM software provider.
Railway Children is an international children’s charity working with street children in India, East Africa and the UK.
SoftwareONE is a leading global platform, solutions and services provider with 30 years of experience in software and technology. Their offering spans from software licensing and procurement to software lifecycle management and every aspect of cloud-first advisory, delivery and managed solutions.
We See Hope
We See Hope is a charity that helps homeless and orphanedchildren in Africa to have a better future.
Governments and Institutions
Working together to achieve breakthrough
Cheka Sana strives for exceptional partnerships with institutional partners, trusts and foundations. We seek to maximise both funding and influence in order to achieve our shared aims for children.
Pact’s work in Tanzania focuses on improving the lives of orphans and vulnerable children, especially those affected by HIV and AIDS. With our unique integrated approach, our efforts are also strengthening families and local economies, institutions and organizations – impacts that will benefit Tanzania for generations to come.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) leads the British government’s work to end world poverty and is our largest institutional donor. Examples of our work together include:
Advocating for implementation of UN general comment to change lives of Tanzanian street children project
Three years project which aims at reaching a total of 600 street connected children and youth. The target group are children from age of 7-14 years and youth from age of 15-20 years and their families.
If you believe that no child should have to live on the streets alone and that all children should grow up feeling loved with a sense of belonging, then please donate and support our work.