Legal information

  • c/o Clemens Mulokozi
    Visitors address: Sonnenstraße 23, 80331 München
    Postal address: Bergerwaldstr.12, 81825 Munich

  • Clemens Mulokozi
    Sonnenstraße 23
    80331 München

    +49 (0)173 / 4 333 202

  • Jambo Bukoba e.V. is a member of the Initiative for Transparent Civil Society (ITZ). We therefore voluntarily undertake to comply with the transparency standards set by the ITZ action group.

  • The current by-laws of Jambo Bukoba e.V. can be found here.

  • Jambo Bukoba e.V. has been entered in the register of associations of the Munich district court under VR 202007 since 23 December 2008.
    The Munich tax authorities recognised Jambo Bukoba e.V. as a tax-exempt non-profit body on 26 January 2011.

Data privacy

  • If you have further questions, please contact Clemens Mulokozi (+49 (0)173 / 4 333 202,

  • The protection of personal privacy is of crucial importance for the future of business transactions on the Internet. With this policy, Jambo Bukoba e.V. aims to underscore its commitment to protecting privacy and the right to individual privacy.

  • By using our website, you agree that your data is stored and used as described in this policy. Changes to this privacy statement are made directly on this page so that you are always informed about which data Jambo Bukoba e.V. stores and uses.

  • The storage of personal data via our website is subject to your prior consent. It is your decision whether, for example, the data entered upon registration or contact initiation is disclosed.
    Data may only be disclosed to third parties outside Jambo Bukoba e.V. with your express consent unless such disclosure is authorised by the applicable legal regulations.

  • Our website also contains links to other third party sites. Jambo Bukoba e.V. is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other websites.

  • This website uses Google Analytics and Google Remarketing. These are services of Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses what are known as “cookies”, or text files that are stored on your computer, to help analyse how you use the website. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) is transferred to a Google server in the US and stored there. The last three digits of the IP address are then removed by Google, making unambiguous tracking of the IP address impossible. Google complies with the data privacy provisions of the “US Safe Harbor” agreement and is registered with the “Safe Harbor” program of the US Department of Commerce.

    Google will use this information to analyse your use of the website in order to compile reports about the website activities for the website operator and to provide additional services relating to website activity and Internet use. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.
    Third party providers, including Google, advertise on websites on the Internet. Third party providers, including Google, use stored cookies to place adverts based on a user’s previous visits to our website.

    Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google under any circumstances. Data collection and storage can be revoked at any time with future effect. You can disable the use of cookies by Google by visiting the page to disable Google advertising. Alternatively, users can disable the use of cookies by third-party providers by accessing the page to disable network advertising initiatives.

    Please note, however, that in this case, you cannot use the full scope of the functions of this website. By using this website, you agree that Google may process your data as described and for the purposes set out above.

    Data collection and storage can be revoked at any time with future effect. You can find more information about Google’s provisions here.

  • Social media has become an integral part of the Internet. To make the activities of Jambo Bukoba as transparent as possible, they are also made public on YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

    To see this content, you do not have to be a member of the respective social media platform. However, what is important to know is that whenever you visit one of our sites on YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, visitor data is collected, stored and used.

    Jambo Bukoba has no influence on the collection and further use of such data because this is the domain of the respective operator of the network. You can find details on which information is collected in the privacy policies of the respective network operator.

    Facebook data policy
    youtube data policy
    LinkedIn data policy
    Twitter data policy


    More data privacy information about Facebook​

    Websites that have a Like button create a link to Facebook right after your visit and transfer data. The “two-click like me” button also transfers information to Facebook when clicked. Jambo Bukoba does not therefore use any form of the like button and instead uses a simple link to its Facebook fan page.

    The moment you follow the link to our fan page, your browser establishes a connection with Facebook and transfers information. This data is transmitted, e.g.:

    For visitors who are not logged in/registered with Facebook

    IP address: Facebook automatically determines the user’s IP address when a fan page is opened.
    Cookies: Cookies are set automatically when our fan page is opened. According to Facebook, the “datr” cookie helps Facebook identify the web browser that establishes the link to the Facebook page and plays a key role in protecting the social network from “malicious activity”. The datr cookie is valid for two years, but can be deleted in the browser settings.

    For visitors who are logged in to and registered with Facebook

    IP address: For registered visitors, Facebook also detects the IP address of the user (see above)
    Cookies: In this case, a datr cookie is also set (see above). If you are a member of Facebook and are logged in when you visit our “fan page” with your Facebook profile, the c_user cookie is also enabled. Facebook links your visit to the “fan page” with your personal user account. This way, Facebook is able to understand your user behaviour.
    Facebook Insights: Facebook also makes a tool available for the operators of fan pages that can be used to retrieve statistical information about the use of their sites. You can find more information at the following link:

    To prevent this

    If you are a member of Facebook and don’t want Facebook to collect data about your on our fan page and links to your member data saved with Facebook, you have to:

    Log out from Facebook before you visit our fan page or the disable the “Stay signed in” box in the Facebook login screen,
    then delete the cookies on your computer,
    close and restart your browser.

    This way all of the Facebook information that could be used to identify you is deleted.

    Of course, you can also access all of the important information on our fan page on our website at This way Facebook does not receive any information on user behaviour.