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Executive Summary  RUCOSUO is a Maasailand grass-root non-profit and non-governmental organisation (NGO) established in 2015 and registered in 2017. RUCOSUO broad […]

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MISSION. To strengthen community capability by offering improved communication and training efforts. This includes radio broadcasting programmes and training to […]

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Contact information RUCOSUO P.O. BOX 9570, SIMANJIRO, MANYARA TANZANIA Email: lukaskariongi@gmail.com lucas@rucosuo.or.tz OR FILL THE FORM BELOW

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Youth Empowering & TrainingBusiness

Establish a training centre, that will focus on intermediate technology, improvements to products and their marketability

FM Radio Station & Community Library

Establish a Community radio to reach pastoralists and hunter gatherers communities in the Siminjiro District.

Business Enterpreneurship

Training includes proper assembly and usage of solar cookers and solar lighting system installation. Expected results will likely generate income, […]

About Us

Executive Summary  RUCOSUO is a Maasailand grass-root non-profit and non-governmental organisation (NGO) established in 2015 and registered in 2017. RUCOSUO broad based activities are directed at coaching and training community leaders, local traders, women and youth. The organizationʼs focus is to enhance the sustainable development of Maasai and other minorities in rural and natural resources by encouraging the practical use of solar energy technology. RUCOSUOʼs community and youths programmes and projects, aim to reduce poverty by creating selfemployment opportunities.
NGO Status  Registration No: 00NGO/0009388

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Mission

To strengthen community capability by offering improved communication and training efforts. This includes radio broadcasting programmes and training to improve social welfare and use of renewable energy.

VISION. We envision establishing a knowledgeable community through quality education that promotes economic empowerment and improve livelihood for pastoralists and agro pastoralists in northern Tanzania.