our mission

Alfatah Charity provides relief and development in a dignified manner regardless of gender, race, or religion, and works to empower individuals in their communities and give them a voice in the world.Our goal is to end the needless suffering of poor across Tanzania.

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Support poor family in our society to live in dignity, opportunity and hope. We believe the protection and well-being of every life is of paramount importance and we shall join with other humanitarians to act as one in responding to suffering brought by different reason.

Help & support

Alfatah help & support program works to improve the living conditions of helpless single mothers and disabled heads of household who have lost everything from different reasons. Alfatah has a growing list of families in need of assistance in Tanzania,

our programs

Building Mosque and Madrasa in different area of Tanzania, Helping community development, Water and sanitation in villages also providing family assistance to poor family. Sponsoring orphans and disable people to fullfill their need,

We fight together

We are humans

WE care about others

We are humans

Our Causes


Even in a world of plenty, hunger continues to cripple lives and threaten futures. With over 800 million people across the world and high number is from Africa suffering the effects of hunger, it is one of the biggest problems that we as a global community face.


Old age can be a time of increased vulnerability, particularly for those who are living in poverty especially in Africa. With your support, Alfatah Charity can address some of the biggest issues facing older people around the Zanzibar and Tanzania at all.


Millions of people around the world still lack access to clean drinking water.In the impoverished communities where Alfatah Charity is working, many of the homes lack running water, and some families do not even have a well nearby. They must spend each day fetching water. 


Mosques are the centre of any community where people can congregate for their five daily prayers and Friday congregation sermons. A mosque serves as a place where Muslims can come together not only for prayers, but for information, education and meetings.