In April CA Tanzania joined the world to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day. CA Tanzania celebrated in the following ways:

  • In Arusha, more than 1,000 people participated in a march and other awareness activities. Youth with autism were able to demonstrate their potential to society.
  • In Meru, over 200 community members joined an event to plant trees at the Leganga town and primary school  
  • In Olkokola at the vocational training center, CA Tanzania hosted a 1 day educational seminar about intellectual disabilities and autism
  • In the SIHA and Mwanga districts, CA Tanzania led seminars advocating for the rights of people with autism, while leading other celebratory events 

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On April 25-27th, CA Tanzania represented Tanzania at the Pan African Congress on Autism in Nairobi, Kenya. CA Tanzania joined leading researchers, medical professionals, therapists, special education teachers, and stakeholders to learn the latest research and strategies for identifying and working with individuals with autism.

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The mission of CA Tanzania is to support people living with autism and co-occurring conditions through capacity building, advocacy, community awareness and developing opportunities for success.

World Autism Awareness Month