Khadija Mwanamboka partners with Sense International for a Great Cause

Pictured – at the Tanzanian Embassy in London, Khadija Mwanamboka stands in the centre, with Sense International Director Alison Marshall, far right.

(14 September 2017 - London, UK) : 
Fashion designer and Sense International
Goodwill Ambassador for Tanzania, Khadija Mwanamboka, was at a special event in
London yesterday evening, to launch her new children’s clothing range: the ‘Pendeza
Kids Collection’, with proceeds going to Sense International.
Khadija used the opportunity, before a select audience at the Tanzanian Embassy, to talk
about the vital work that Sense International does in Tanzania to support children and
adults with deafblindness.

Khadija Mwanamboka said:
“I believe that every child has the right to be nurtured and supported to grow up and
develop, regardless of their disability.
This is an opportunity for fashion to contribute to something very meaningful and life
changing. I ask you to join me in my mission and support Sense International Tanzania’s

The clothing range will be sold in Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar, and will also be available
to purchase online

About Sense International:
Sense International is a global charity supporting people with deafblindness in
Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Kenya, Tanzania, Peru, Romania and Uganda. We are one of
the world’s leading international organisations working for people with deafblindness and
their families. Further information can be found on Sense International’s website:
About Deafblindness:
Deafblindness is a combination of both sight and hearing difficulties. Some of these
people are completely deaf and blind, but others have some remaining use of one or both

Many congrats to Khadija Mwanamboka for always being in the forefront to help disadvantaged kids. We appreciate you!

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