In Zanzibar

STOP GBV Half Marathon

The AMF is organizing this charity run in partnership with the: Ministry of Social Welfare, Elderly, Gender and Children Zanzibar, Zanzibar Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA), Zanzibar Tourist Board (ZTB), Commission for Tourism Zanzibar (CTZ), Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (Aims)

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Stop GBV

The Aim(s)

The AMF is aimed at restoring the hope of the deserted single mother with her disabled child/children.

We aim at creating an event (half marathon) that will combine sport, tourism and to mark the International Day of 16 Days of activism that aims at “end violence against women and girls” and to advocate GBV awareness in Zanzibar. The event will give priority to GBV awareness, teamwork, mental/physical health and entertainment aspect.

The Partnership

> Ministry of Social Welfare, Elderly, Gender and Children Zanzibar
> Zanzibar Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA)
> Zanzibar Tourist Board (ZTB)
> Commission for Tourism Zanzibar (CTC)
> Association of International Marathons and Distance (AIMS)

The Sponsors / Partners

All running categories (TANZANIAN): Tsh 35,000

All running categories (FOREIGNERS): USD 40

STOP GBV Marathon


FUN RUN (5km / 10km)
CSOs STOP GBV (5 km)
VIRTUAL RUN (INTERNATIONAL) (5km / 10km / 21km)
Charity Service
Run for Fun
Support Is Needed

Bank Details

Account Name - Asma Mwinyi Foundation (AMF)
Bank Name - People's bank of Zanzibar (PBZ)
A/C No: - Tzs 0837746001, USD 0837746002
Bank Address - 1B Mpirani, P.o Box 1173, Zanzibar
Branch - 1b Mpirani
Enjoy the Safaris After Marathon

Most Popular Safaris Itineraries

Itinerary packages, that most of our clients likely prefer them, Based on your budget we can advice what’s best for you.

Wildebeest Migration

Serengeti wildebeests migration is a display of natural wonders with over two million wildebeests, zebras, and antelope traveling over 450 miles across the plain to ensure their survival.

Zanzibar Holidays

Probably just about any couple’s dream honeymoon destination and what every family needs for a dose of Vitamin Sea

6 Days Marangu Route

Marangu route Climbing Kilimanjaro Program;You will be picked up from airport and transferred to The arranged Hotel in Moshi followed by briefing from your mountain guide.

8 Days / 7 Nights Safaris

The 8 days’ safari will give you an opportunity to witness the best of the wildlife and best of birding experiences

Cultural Tours

We have gathered some of the most famous tribes to explore here in Tanzania and see their way of life and interaction to nature


Honeymooners Ultimate Tanzania Safari tour to see wild animals, plants, wildlife habitat, bush, birds, rocks Serengeti kopjes, geographical features, local people and much more.

The Beauty Of Zanzibar

STONE TOWN In Zanzibar

Stone Town is a captivating and historically rich city located on the island of Zanzibar, which is part of Tanzania, East Africa. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its unique blend of cultures, stunning architecture, and vibrant atmosphere. Here’s a comprehensive overview of this fascinating destination:

History and Heritage:

1. Origins: Stone Town’s roots can be traced back to the 19th century when it served as the capital of the Zanzibar Sultanate. Its name, “Stone Town,” is derived from the coral stone buildings that form the core of the city.

2. Cultural Melting Pot: The city’s history is a tapestry of influences from Africa, Arabia, India, and Europe, which is reflected in its diverse architecture, cuisine, and way of life.

3. Slave Trade: Stone Town played a significant role in the East African slave trade, and remnants of this dark period can still be seen in places like the Anglican Cathedral built on the site of the former slave market.


Points of Interest:

1. Forodhani Gardens: Located along the waterfront, this vibrant park comes alive in the evenings with food stalls offering a wide array of local delicacies.

2. House of Wonders: A prominent landmark, this palace was the first in Zanzibar to have electricity and an elevator. Today, it houses a museum showcasing the island’s history and culture.

3. Old Fort: Built by the Arabs in the 17th century, the fort now houses an amphitheater, shops, and cultural events.

4. Sultan’s Palace (Beit el-Sahel): This palace-turned-museum provides a glimpse into the lives of Zanzibar’s former rulers.

5. Darajani Market: A bustling marketplace where you can find an array of fresh produce, spices, and local crafts.


Culture and Traditions:

1. Swahili Culture: The predominant culture in Stone Town is Swahili, a unique blend of Bantu, Arab, Persian, and Indian influences. The local language is Kiswahili.

2. Festivals: The island celebrates various cultural festivals, including the Zanzibar International Film Festival and the Mwaka Kogwa festival.

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