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2016 Fundraising campaign - Funds raised as of Sept 30th, 2016 USD$35,000.00

Maruku pediatric ward & Isolation room - Funds needed: 95000.00$
Maruku pediatric ward & Isolation room - Funds raised: 30000.00$
Secondary school girls Latrine project - Funds needed: 2000.00$
Secondary school girls Latrine project - Funds raised: 2000.00$
Secondary school Electrification project - Funds needed: 3000.00$
Secondary school Electrification project - Funds raised: 3000.00$

Adventures in Health, Education and Agricultural Development.

For more than 30 years, award-winning AHEAD, Inc. has quietly and effectively worked in the most distressed rural villages of Tanzania and The Gambia, saving lives of more than one million children and families who do not otherwise have access to basic health services. Our staff and volunteers go wherever the need is: inside hospitals and health centers; on the road with our mobile health clinics; and, in the open spaces of villages. AHEAD’s major concentration is reducing poverty and disease, educating youth, and promoting sustainable environmental practices.

Alternative Energy

Save a Mother

AHEAD Bukoba Advisory Committee


MISSION UPDATE: Meeting of AHEAD Inc USA BOD members with local AHEAD inc Advisory committee held on July 13 2016 in Bukoba Tanzania. Local committee members are all high ranking health and education and government officials who have volunteered and been working for over a year on this effort. Discussed plans for a pediatric wing addition to their current one room health center in Maruku and a solar project for their secondary school which currently has no electricity.

Help us build our new pediatric ward in Maruku, Tanzania. #development #ngo #AHEAD #saveamothersaveachild

AHEAD Launches Health Opportunities for Children and other Villagers in Maruku, Bukoba.

Sick children should no longer be hospitalized in a ward with adults suffering from chronic and contagious diseases. Now, in the health clinic there is only one ward, a small room with 10 beds side by side. Also, mothers who have just given birth are housed in the same ward with their newly born babies. AHEAD plans to construct a separate ward for children.


“Dental care is an anchor of a healthy body.” Dental diagnoses can detect many abnormalities, including heart disease, diabetes, as well as some cancers. For this reason even impoverished villagers need access to basic dental care with adequate and up-to-date dental equipment and supplies.

Maruku Dental Clinic

Inside The Dental Clinic