Lalafofofo’s Tanzanian Staff
Gaudencia Malango Mtunga (“Gaudy”) Tanzanian Staff Project Manager
Program Manager Gaudencia Malango Mtunga (“Gaudy”) has been active within Lalafofofo since its inception in 2015. Gaudy lives in Moshi, has a degree in accounting, and is pursuing further education in social work. An experienced translator familiar with the impoverished areas of Kilimanjaro, she additionally serves as a women’s advocate in Boma Ng’ombe. Most of all, Gaudy’s enthusiasm and expertise benefit Lalafofofo abundantly.
Steve Street, Advocate in Moshi
Retired science teacher Steve Street and his wife, Anne live in Moshi. Their combined talents and dedication to advocating for Kilmanjaro’s poor has created a legacy built over more than three decades. In addition, their latest effort—running a model farm to educate locals on sustainable growing practices—is expected to benefit Tanzanians for generations to come. The Streets teamed up with Lalafofofo in January, 2015.
Anne Street, Advocate in Moshi
Anne Street lives in Moshi with her husband Steve, live in Moshi. Consequently, Anne has devoted her life to working with her husband to support and enrich the lives of the region’s poor. Together, the Streets have built houses, improved schools, set up food programs, build bridges, and worked tirelessly on behalf of the local community over their lifetime.
Abraham Molel, Tanzanian Staff Community Liaison
Lalafofofo is fortunate to have this committed, high caliber Tanzanian staff in the heart of Moshi. These are the people who will monitor our active projects, and also continually explore new opportunities. As a result of their efforts, Lalafofofo can make a real difference in the lives of people living in Tanzania.