We believe that putting people at the heart of development is the only way to make a real difference in the world. Our main objective is to carry out activities to educate the communities on relevant social and economic issues, such as advocating for positive change and awareness raising, developing new approaches to poverty reduction, health care, and equal opportunities education through encouraging volunteering among youth. AVC success is driven by the team of enthusiastic staff and their commitment to get results the right way by operating responsibly, executing with excellence.

The AVC team of socio-economic scientists applies innovative technologies, methodologies and approaches in the course of innovating and tapping new opportunities for sustainable socio-economic development and success of our people, esteemed development partners and the entire Tanzanian community. Our community programs and projects are based on the Following Areas:

1. Human rights and policy advocacy

Unlocking some of the traditional barriers which hinder the access to education and other basic social services to youth and children while enhancing human rights and children rights as well as the sustainable livelihood of the entire society.

2. Economic empowerment and financial education

Strengthening access of destitute and vulnerable community members to life-sustaining opportunities such as entrepreneurship and financial education and business development training and other business-promoting opportunities. 


3 Civic leadership and capacity building

Dealing with capacity building programs among youth and children in the society resulting to the enhanced economic empowerment initiatives, human rights and right to rise voices regarding their matters in the society

4. Sexual reproductive health and rights

Providing sexual reproductive health education to adolescents while building their ability to remain free from unwanted pregnancy and prevent them from school dropout. Facilitating social change and protect the right to education for young girls by making their voices heard while engaging their communities and policymakers.