Staff Spotlight: Cafe Manager
As many of you know, this past year we have opened Courage Café in Moshi, Tanzania. It’s everything we could have dreamed of and more!
- Meaningful vocational training for Courage House graduates
- Diversified funding for Courage Worldwide
- A space for advocacy and awareness raising
- A lush, spacious garden
- An incredible view of Mt. Kilimanjaro
- A supportive and engaged community in the Kilimanjaro region and tourists from all over the world
The success of implementing our vision and making it a reality heavily relies on the café manager position. We are blessed to have an incredible woman filling this role!
I have a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from the University of Dar-es-Salaam.
I have worked with children and youth for over 15 years in different institutions.
My passion is having time investing in the lives of younger ones so that they can be a great treasure and bring bigger impact in the future even when I am gone. I love leaving a legacy for future generations and I feel like sharing my skills and beliefs with the younger ones will make that happen.
I have been a leader for some time leading in the organizations and also in the church. I am currently one of the women leaders in our church section (our section comprises several churches).
I am married and have three kids.
I joined Courage Cafe in July 2021 after hearing that there was a vacancy at the Cafe to work as the Manager. Since I have managerial skills, I decided to apply for it and luckily I got hired.
What I love about working at the Cafe is to be able to be part of supporting the girls from trafficking. Considering that the aim of Courage Cafe is to support the girls at Courage House. The work is challenging but I am glad to be part of the bigger picture of CWW vision.
I feel honored to be part of changing the lives of these precious girls. It’s a big privilege.
We are blessed with incredible staff that go above and beyond in everything they do—whether that is caring for the girls, teaching, counseling, gardening, meeting with government or managing a café and vocational training program. We love showing you an inside look at the exceptional individuals that make up our team here at Courage Worldwide, each bringing specific gifts and passions that weave together to change the world.
No matter your background, job or skills, you can make a difference! There is a special place for all of us in the fight against trafficking and exploitation of the most vulnerable. If you are looking for somewhere to start, join us as a monthly or one-time donor to support child survivors of trafficking at Courage House (through the button below). Tell a friend about the work we are doing in rescuing and restoring child victims of sex trafficking. Bring a speaker to your area. Educate yourself on the realities of trafficking. Let’s change the world one individual at a time!
Founder and CEO, Courage Worldwide