|4th First Lady of Tanzania|
21 December 2005 – 5 November 2015
|Preceded by||Anna Mkapa|
|Succeeded by||Janeth Magufuli|
|Born||30 November 1963|
|Spouse(s)||Jakaya Kikwete (m. 1989)|
|Residence||Ikulu, Dar es Salaam|
Salma Kikwete (born 30 November 1963) is a Tanzanian educator, activist, and politician who served as the First Lady of Tanzania from 2005 to 2015 as the wife of Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete.
Salma Kikwete originally worked as a teacher for more than twenty years.
In 2005, the government launched a national campaign for voluntary HIV/AIDS testing in Dar es Salaam. Salma Kikwete and her husband were among the first in the country to be tested. As of 2009, she was Vice President of the Eastern Region of the Organization of African First Ladies Against AIDS (OAFLA). In 2012, the First Lady Salma Kikwete, former Botswana President Festus Mogae and ten other African figures partnered with UNESCO and UNAIDS to support the Eastern and Southern Africa Commitment on HIV Prevention and Sexual Health for Young People, which was launched in November 2011.
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