What We Do
We work in very rural communities in Arusha, Tanzania where there is no electricity, no clean drinking water, no public transport and most households are living in extreme poverty. We partner with schools in these communities and support them in four essential areas.
Let Us Learn:
Classrooms are essential for any school. In Tanzania the recommended classroom size is 45 students, but many schools have classes of 100-140 students.
Water is Life:
In rural Arusha there is no access to fresh drinking water meaning students are thirsty, miss classes to collect water for their school or are left to consume unsafe water.
Health & Sanitation
A huge reason for missing school is due to sickness from poor sanitation facilities and lack of education.
Clean light energy
Most students at our schools live in mud huts with no electricity. This can stop students from completing homework, stunting their learning.
Our Tanzanian delivery partner
We work with local communities and organisations in Arusha to tackle barriers to education together. We collaborate with CHETI NGO, a registered Tanzanian charity to aid us in delivering the work needed on the ground.
Together, since 2013, we have improved the lives of hundreds of disadvantaged students through our various education and health projects.
Having a trusted partner in the local area helps us guarantee that the donations we receive will always make it to our projects!