Nemes Temba is Education Coordinator at the Mbola Millennium Villages Project in Uyui District. Nemes is proficient in education affairs practice and committed to the profession. He joined the project after 10 years of serving the Ministry of Education as a high school teacher and a program officer in an international organisation advocating for the rights of persons with albinism.
Over eight years, he taught science subjects (Biology and Agriculture) in high schools and for two years, Nemes advocated for the rights and wellbeing of persons with albinism while working as advocacy and public awareness officer with the international organisation Under the Same Sun (UTSS).
Aside from being an education coordinator, Nemes has also engaged himself in writing research papers, strategic plans and articles for both academic and advocacy purposes. Some of the papers and articles were presented in the various workshops, meetings and conferences he attended.
Nemes was born and raised in Moshi-Kilimanjaro. He graduated with a Masters degree in Educational Management and Administration (MEMA) at the University of Dar es Salaam in the year 2010. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) offered by the University of Dar es Salaam in 2007. Besides, he also pursued a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education and Extension at Sokoine University of Agriculture where he successfully graduated on 2003.
Nemes is currently the chairperson for the National Tanzania Albinism Society and a member of the federation of disabled persons’ organisations where we works hard for the realisation of an inclusive society in which the rights of persons with disabilities are respected and protected. He prays to witness a nation where persons with albinism are recognised by their success and potential roles in serving the community while killings and atrocities against them remain confined to the past.
Nemes is married to Victoria Mhando, an entrepreneur. He is a father of twins (Godwin and Godbless). He is also a guardian father of Kelvin an awe-inspiring boy adapted during marriage.