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Uhuru walk STANDS UP

FOR A VISION. FOR A BETTER FUTURE.

We have a vision to help young children learn. We believe in fun. We believe in connecting lives 

We host an annual walkathon and treasure hunt built on the core idea of supporting underprivileged individuals through learning.

This year, we are raising funds to support children's mental and physical education at the House of Blue Hope and The Marziya Manor!

SPONSORSHIP TARGETS

59

EVENT PREPARATIONS

60

EXCITEMENT LEVEL

100

What is Uhuru Walk?

How do we work towards our cause?

We aim to support House of Blue Hope and Tumaini La Maisha via regularly arranged training & care givers are equipped with guided ways of passing new concepts in art, speech, math, sports, literacy & gross motor skills. For both centers, visits are also organised, involving play with the children, gift giving, reading & teaching and participating in a fun environment.

Why is it called 'Uhuru Walk'?

Uhuru is a Swahili word (from the Arabic root Hurr), meaning Freedom. Our goal and aspiration is to pass the essential tools of learning to these young children so that their foundation is strong as they progress through higher levels of learning, leading to a more aware, more knowledgeable and more skillful nation in the future.

Why you should join in and have loads of fun!

Uhuru Walk is home to a massively popular treasure hunt, where teams are pitted against each other to solve some of the most cryptic clues, leading to the winning of exciting gifts and prizes!

MORE ABOUT UHURU WALK 6

Uhuru Walk 6 will be held on Sunday, 13th December 2020 at Masaki Sports Park; bringing together an expected participation of between 1,000 and 1,200 young and elderly people. The event will cover approximately 10.3km for walkers and 16.3km for cyclists on the day and will be laced with an intriguing blend of an on-the-go-virtual and route-based Treasure Hunt, devised to make the experience both adventurous and knowledge enriching. To register as a walker, cyclist, or Treasure Hunt team, please view the next sections.

The Route for Uhuru Walk 6

SIGN UP FOR UHURU WALK 6

HOW DO YOU WANT TO SUPPORT THE CAUSE?

Student Walker

10K
Tshs
  • WHY PICK THIS:
  • A chance to get some physical activity and fun into your day
  • Be a representative for your school
  • Receive a certificate of participation at the end of the walk
  • Automatically entered into a competition for the: Youngest, Oldest & Fastest Walker
Choose

Non-Student Walker

20K
Tshs
  • WHY PICK THIS:
  • Add in some physical activity into your busy schedule
  • Network and meet other people like you
  • Receive a certificate of participation at the end of the walk
  • Automatically entered into a competition for the: Youngest, Oldest & Fastest Walker
Choose

Treasure Hunt Team

40/80K
Tshs
  • WHY PICK THIS:
  • Register for Tshs 40,000/- as a Student Team (Tshs 10,000 per team member) or for Tshs 80,000/- as a Non-Student Team (Tshs 20,000 per team member).
  • Compete against other groups for an exciting Treasure Hunt in a team of 4!
  • Receive a certificate of participation at the end of the walk
  • Eligible to win trophies and medals for Treasure Hunt
  • Automatically entered into a competitions for Treasure Hunt, Wild Card Hunt and Company Contest
Choose

HOW TO SIGN UP

FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS TO REGISTER

  • CHOOSE HOW YOU WANT TO JOIN
  • SIGN UP
  • GET YOUR T-SHIRT AND CAP
  • MEET US AT THE STARTING POINT

Team

These are the people who work hard to bring you a fantastic event!

TESTIMONIALS

Why participants love Uhuru Walk

Why our Sponsors Support Us

Childhood is a time of innocence and joy, unfortunately there is a growing, unrecognized menace that robs children and their families of this special moment in their lives. Childhood sicknesses deprive of hope and dreams from our children and cases of diseases like cancer are increasing year after year. We have learnt that 80% of these children are from low and middle-income families. Health services are often inaccessible, unaffordable and too expensive. Our sponsors believe that every child has a right to quality mental and physical education no matter the status of the family and that all underprivileged children deserve a better education as their counterparts do and should not go through this journey alone.

Contact Us

We'd love to hear from you

Call Us
+255 743 276 750 / +255 787 626 700
Address
5 Mfaume Street, opp SIDO, off Fire Station Road, Upanga West
Email Us
info@uhuruwalk.org
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